Champagne Pascal Hénin is a family business located in the village of Aÿ, the famous wine-producing Grand Cru village near Epernay.
The whole wine-making process takes place at the property. Combining tradition with new technologies, Pascal Hénin controls each stage of the wine-making process. From pressing to fermentation, from blends (made by the family to guarantee the taste of Champagne Pascal Hénin) to bottling, from labelling to dispatch.
Unusual in this business, Pascal is also a vine-nurseryman – read grows and sells vines – a job he has learnt from his father, Charles. This particularity is a true asset for the House. He cultivates the family domain as a nature lover, working in a traditional way with care, with a demanding eye on quality and with cautious respect to the environment.
Pascal and Delphine Hénin have both succeeded to generations of champagne winegrowers, immersed in wine growing since their early childhood. Romain, their son, recently graduated in wine-growing and oenology and currently works for another Champagne House in order to consolidate his knowledge. In a few years he will be back to work with his father Pascal. He is likely to take over the business one day.