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Winemakers progeny Issue since 1887, I took over a share of the farm of my parents in 2012, helped my husband.

The grandfather of my maternal grandmother, Edmond Le Mans, born in 1869, worked its vineyards and decided to produce his own champagne: "Champagne Edmond Le Mans." The father of my maternal grandfather, Fernand PERINET born in 1887 produced 250-300 bottles of champagne a year under the entity "Champagne PERINET CACHEUX". Thus, having worked hard to acquire new plots, my maternal grandparents continued the tradition with the "Champagne Pierre PERINET".

My paternal grandparents were their parents and some plots after having been able to get new, they produced their own champagne: "Champagne Jean BOVIÈRE".

Champagnes "Pierre PERINET" and "Jean BOVIÈRE" gave birth to "Champagne BOVIÈRE PERINET". My parents, Annick and Francis BOVIÈRE, continued to thrive and evolve the family tradition. They have always taken the utmost care in the work of the vine and wine. Very close to their customers, links were established and gradually reinforced over generations.

My husband, Damien WOLFS and myself, Peggy WOLFS BOVIÈRE, want to continue in this direction and provide our customers with optimum satisfaction.
Our small family farm has a vineyard located on three Grands Crus: Verzenay, Verzy and Mailly-Champagne and another vineyard Valley Ardre.


Our village, Verzenay, is located south-east of Rheims. It now has 415 hectares of vineyards planted with grape "pinot noir" majority and varietal "Chardonnay". It is renowned for its "Grand Cru" Champagne since 1927. Only 17 of 319 villages have achieved this distinction.

Attached to the life of our village and traditions, we are participating since 2006 in the "Saint Vincent brotherhood" organize each year and celebrate the patron saint: "Saint Vincent".