The name Corbon is now a real cult for many fans, synonymous with the expressiveness of Chardonnay in one of its chosen Grand Cru or Avize. Since 2010 the maison has been led by Agnès, but it was his father Claude who created it in 1970, transforming the historic family business - winemakers for four generations - into a récoltant-manipulant producer, thus making use of their large white grapes, which before grandfather Albert and great-grandfather Charles sold to the egoce. The first vintage Corbon champagne, blanc de blancs, did not arrive on the market before 1981 because Claude was convinced that only at the end of an optimal ripening period, different from vintage to vintage, could it be offered to the public. This philosophy has led the Maison to vintage with satisfaction in years considered "impossible" like 1984 and 1994. Agnès has paid particular attention to a more “organic” management of the vineyards (even without certification) with a pinch of spirit of experimentation that has also led her to create champagne cuvées with different vinifications and variable dosages, a mirror of the terroir and the result of patient craft processes. There are currently 6 hectares in production, 2 of which are grand cru in Avize and 4 in the Marne Valley.