Passed down from generation to generation, Paul-Vincent Ariston is following two centuries of wine making, For 5 generations, the family has been perfecting the Art of Champagne-making, mixing modernity with respect of skill and knowledge. The Aspasie estate is 12 ha of the grape varieties needed to produce Champagne. The older vines, at 30 years, dominate the site and give the best quality fruit. Named in honour of one of the family ancestors, the Aspasie Champagne are carefully selected. Through their delicate bubbles and complex aroma, they reflect exigency and patience needed to produce great wines.
The Brut Carte Blanche champagne is a well-balanced, full-bodied champagnewith plenty of fresh, floral flavours on the palette (Commended 2016 International Wine Challenge, Silver Medal 2015 Concours des Vignerons Indépendants). The Blanc de Blancs champagne is complex, with hunts of nuts, white flower and minerals (1 star Guide Hachette 2017, Guide Bettane & Desseauve 2017). The Brut Rosé champagne has a lightly spiced nose, and a balanced taste of fresh wild strawberries (Commended 2015 International Wine Challenge, One star Guide Hachette 2016). And the "Cépages d'Antan" champagne is an elaborate and special blend of 3 very rare white grapes : Petit Meslier (40%), Arbanne (40%), Pinot Blanc (20%), Gold Medal 2014 Concours des Vignerons Indépendants, Silver Medal International Wine Challenge 2015, Bronze Medal 2016.