Leo de Verzay Champagne was founded by Charlotte Chaudron, the granddaughter and heir of Maison Chaudron, as a tribute to her grandfather Lionel Chaudron, a prominent figure in the history of the Maison. The Maison Chaudron is classified among the 75  global “Grandes Maison de Champagne” from France.

 Leo de Verzay is the result of an alliance between the heritage of one of the first Champenoise families and the modernity and finesse of an eighth-generation wine grower, brought to the states by American entrepeneurs, Scott Disick and Brad Turk.





For eight generations the Chaudron family has been devoted to the elaboration of quality Champagne.

The Chaudron family owns eighteen hectares of vines in villages classified 100% Premier Cru and 100% Grand Cru.

The Champagne Maison was founded in 1820. They initially settled at the heart of the 100% Grand Cru village of Verzenay, and over the years extended their domain throughout several villages among Premier and Grand Cru of the Reims Mountain: Verzy, Verzenay, Vaudemange, and Villers. Today they are among the 75  global “Grandes Maison de Champagne” from France. 



Leo de Verzay Champagne is produced with sustainable practices aimed at reducing environmental impact. A team of full-time employees is dedicated to the cultivation and maintenance of the vineyard. Vines are treated with environmentally friendly products, turning progressively toward a biodynamic culture.



Leo de Verzay Cuvées are made only from first press wine, which age a minimum of 5 years up to 9 years in the family cellars. We use the best Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. These blends deliver a Champagne with a well balanced acidity and very fine bubbles.

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