Françoise Bedel Entre Ciel & Terre Champagne

Françoise Bedel
Entre Ciel & Terre


One of the "musts" of this demanding domain. Here is a magical champagne, a true wine of the land: this great champagne of blending is at the same time fresh, vinous and dense; it can accompany all stages of the meal.

THE VINTAGES OF Champagne Françoise Bedel


Expert opinion

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Champagne Note 90

The Structure

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Harmonious balance between the various components of acidity.


Supple, easy-drinking champagne, the acidity doesn't clash with the palate.


Generous champagne with great intensity.

Long on the palate

Champagne aromas linger on the palate.


Françoise Bedel 's Entre Ciel et Terre is a champagne that elegantly blends vinosity and freshness. It has a golden-yellow color, with pale golden highlights. Its bubbles are fine and discreet. The initial nose is fresh, with citrus, lemon and pink grapefruit aromas. On the palate, the attack is fresh and lively, with sweet, greedy notes. The palate reveals aromas of honey and gingerbread.


Discover the DNA of this wine

Grape varieties-Champagne


Marne Valley - Crouttes-Sur-Marne
Clay, silt and marl-limestone

Most of Champagne's subsoil is limestone (75%: chalk, marl and limestone). This type of subsoil favors soil drainage and the highly distinctive minerality of certain Champagnes. The porosity of the chalk makes it a veritable water reservoir, supplying the vines with water.

About this house

Owner-harvesters Françoise BEDEL & Fils cultivate 8 hectares 40 of vines aged between 30 and 60 years.

The parcels are spread out on either side of the Marne, Crouttes-Sur-Marne, Nanteuil-Sur-Marne, Charly-Sur-Marne, and Villiers-Saint-Denis. Fernand and Marie-Louise BEDEL were the first generation, and Françoise BEDEL took over part of the estate in 1979.

The plots have different sub-soils, which enables us to blend wines according to their terroir, and to produce 'Terroir' cuvées.

L'Accord Parfait

Between Champagne and its dish

Champagne Aperitif Plate


This champagne is the perfect accompaniment to fish and seafood starters, such as saithe tartar with crisp vegetables.

Champagne dinner plate


Pair this champagne with shellfish, sushi or fish without sauce, such as monkfish lacquered with carrot and turmeric juice.

Chef's word

Au Cul de Poule is a bistronomic restaurant in Reims. Chef Stéphane Kikel, recognized by the Association française des Maîtres Restaurateurs, concocts fresh, high-quality products with care and passion.

You'll come to Au Cul de Poule for its generous, refined menu, as well as for its remarkably well-chosen wines!

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