Master Class at BWW: Abelé 1757, champagnes made from the heart
Jan 12, 2024

On April 5 at 10:00 am, as part of the Barcelona Wine Week, there will be a Master Class by the Cellar Master of Abelé 1757, Etienne Eteneau, who will explain how these champagnes full of history are made.

The event will take place at the Príncipe hall, inside the Montjuïc fairgrounds in Barcelona. The activity is free of charge and will take the form of a tasting-training session entitled “Abelé 1757: Tradition combined with the expression of Chardonnay in our champagnes”.

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Guardian of the passage of time…

Since its foundation in the 18th century, Abelé 1757 has stood as a guardian of the passage of time… Two and a half centuries full of history and legends that now merge with modernity.

Marked by tradition but contemporary by nature, Maison Abelé has always placed technical progress at the heart of its actions, revolutionizing Champagne. A region with a unique terroir where chardonnay is the heart and soul of its champagnes, with the aim of transmitting the essence of the land, with an eye to the future, generations of men and women strive to perpetuate the centuries-old style and tradition of this area.


Etienne Eteneau, Cellar Master Abelé 1757

Driven by a concern for respect and excellence, Etienne Eteneau is now at the helm of the Abelé 1757 cellars as Cellar Master. This winemaker has gone through all the necessary stages and practices to broaden his field of competence as an agronomist.