The champagne house of Louis de Sacy has been making much lauded bubbly since the 1960s, though their ancestors have grown vines on their land since the 17th Century. In 1962 winemaker André Sacy decided the time was right to use the grapes grown on the family’s land to make champagne. It was not exactly a hasty decision: “My Family have been vignerons on this land for 13 generations,” explains granddaughter Yaël Sacy. In 2012 she and her Brother Jonathan joined the family firm, headed since 1998, by their father Alain.