Champagne Fleury is a family-owned champagne house located in the village of Courteron in the southern part of the Champagne region of France. The house was founded in the 19th century by Emile Fleury and has been passed down through several generations to Jean-Pierre Fleury, who is the current owner and winemaker.
Champagne Fleury is known for its commitment to biodynamic and organic farming practices, which they began implementing in the 1980s. They were one of the first champagne houses to receive organic certification in 1992, and in 2003 they became the first champagne house to receive biodynamic certification from Demeter.
The house produces a range of champagnes, including non-vintage blends, vintage cuvées, and single vineyard bottlings. The wines are known for their freshness, purity, and elegance, with a focus on expressing the unique terroir of their vineyards. Champagne Fleury's most well-known cuvée is the "Fleur de l'Europe", a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that is aged for at least five years on its lees before release.