Clément, after a series of work experiences in French and international vineyards, joins the management of the company with new ideas and visions: he chooses to pay homage to his great-grandfather Léon by calling the Domaine "Léon" and has the ambition to create precise cuvées with an identity character of such an exclusive terroir.
Its vineyards are extended for nearly 8 hectares around the village of Landreville, in the Aube department and produce four of Champagne's official grape varieties: the traditional Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Meunier, and Pinot Blanc, a historic variety of the area. Since 2019, Clément has gradually introduced organic practices in the management of vineyards and moved by his convictions has also begun to apply the principles of biodynamic viticulture.
The same approach is also applied to the work in the cellar to allow the terroir to express itself in the most natural way possible. Limited contributions and fermentation with indigenous yeasts, Clément chooses to vinify and refine the cuvée in oak wood to enhance and give a strong character to the wines, enhancing the aromatic blend. All Léon Champagnes are zero-dosed to express their authentic qualities, and are always the reflection of a single vintage.