My ancestors were winegrowers in Bouzy. They farmed their vineyards and sold the grapes to merchants. But as early as 1930, my grandfather Alfred Tritant decided to make his own wine, and created the brand "Alfred TRITANT", later perpetuated by my mother and her sister.
In 2000, I also joined the family tradition of independent winegrowing, with the same respect for high quality wine, while evolving towards more environment-friendly farming methods. I now farm 7,3 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in two villages of the mountain of Reims historically classified as Grand Cru : Bouzy and Ambonnay.