The Fallet family comes from a long line of winegrowers that can be traced back to 1610.
Claude Fallet and Pierre Fallet, nicknamed “the eldest”, are the earliest winegrowers found in the family papers.
From 1903 on, Louis Fallet was awarded several prizes for the “elegance” of his wines and the mastery of his vineyard. From the start the Fallet family wanted to be a shining example amongst the champagne houses.
Married in 1953, Geneviève née Dart and Gaston Fallet united their surnames to create the brand Fallet-Dart in 1970.
From 1985 to 2016, Daniel and Gérard Fallet with Francine and Dominique, their respective wives, made the family business prosper. The family affair expanded from 5000 to 160000 bottles sold. The buildings were enlarged and the wines started earning themselves a name.
Through the 1990s the Fallet Dart champagnes earned themselves a reputation in competitions. No less than 25 medals were attributed to them during this period. The house rivaled the greatest names of champagne.
Today, Adrien and Paul continue to perpetuate their forefathers’ values: originality and quality, innovation and respect for champagne traditions, to offer you champagnes with character that are renowned prizewinners worldwide.