The 5th generation has been in place since 2004. The last 10 years have been dedicated to several key factors: the transmission of expertise, the quality of work and the continuity of the style of the House.
We respect our soil and our vineyards to the highest point. We want to hand them down intact for future generations. We pay attention to every detail of our work in order to excel in precision, tradition and respect for life to serve our wines. This old domaine was founded in 1847. Yet, it has been the innovative work of young Raphael and Vincent Bereche that has made this one of the most talked about Champagne houses among France's sommeliers, cavistes and connoisseurs. With lavish praise from Peter Liem and Antonio Galloni, the same is beginning to happen the United States. The Bereche estate owns vines in three different sectors of Champagne: the area around Ludes and Craon de Ludes; the eastern Montagne de Reims, around Trépail; and Mareuil-le-Port, on the left bank of the Vallee de la Marne. The vineyards are planted with roughly equal parts of the three varieties, and increasing attention is being paid to natural viticulture. Béreche completely stopped using chemical herbicides in 2004 and has planted cover crops in all of the vineyards, and since 2007 a portion of the vineyard is being converted to biodynamics. Recently the Béreches have begun to work more with cork for the second fermentation, believing that it results in a wine of more character and complexity.