Domaine Fleury is located in Courteron, in the Côte des Bars in Champagne. It was founded in 1895 and is today run by the fourth generation of the Fleurie family. Innovation has been the guiding principle of the Fleury family for generations. Each of them is indeed illustrated by an innovative approach in difficult times: Emile Fleury, master grafter who graduated in 1894, was the first to plant grafted Pinots Noirs in the region after the devastating invasion of Phylloxera at the start. of the 20th century. In 1929, when the economic crisis ruined the small winegrowers, Robert Fleury, his son, dared to create his own champagne to safeguard his harvest: he became one of the first "harvesters-manipulants" of southern Champagne. In 1970, he passed the stick to Jean-Pierre Fleury who was the first in Champagne to convert his vineyard to biodynamics, in 1989 for part, then in 1992 for all. His daughter Morgane is an actress and sommelier, and has imagined an innovative concept of a Champagne cellar and author wines, an eco-logical cellar in the heart of Paris. His son Jean-Sébastien also innovated: he experimented with grafting on vines, reintroducing horse work on certain plots. He had a "barrel gallery" installed, he created the estate's first sulfur-free cuvée. His other son, Benoît, is currently experimenting with mass selection, agroforestry as a new way of cultivating vines, in symbiosis with a suitable environment.