The origins of the domain go back to 1222. The lords of the Conardins succeeded one another and are witnesses of the history of Champagne. After the Revolution, the Château des Conardins was sold as a national asset, then burned down. The estate passed from hand to hand and remained in the shadows for over a century. In 1936, Raymond Renaud acquired the Domaine des Conardins. He modernized the wine-making equipment and expanded the vineyard. In 1980, Christophe Tellier continues the exploitation of the domain and prepares the arrival of his children. In 2016, Quentin joined his father Christophe Tellier with a business project in their image, combining ambition, modernity and authenticity. In a modern winery, above the historic cellars, Quentin's first harvests mark a new beginning: Champagne Tellier.
The Tellier estate is located in the heart of the Champagne vineyards, between the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. The parcels are mostly located on mid-slopes and spread over five villages. Depending on their location, topography and soil structure, each parcel reflects a micro-terroir. To take advantage of this diversity, the Tellier family chooses to vinify all the parcels separately. While keeping the knowledge of their ancestors, the family uses new technical knowledge to elaborate singular champagnes. As little interventionist as possible, they have always accompanied their vines with a reasoned cultivation system that adapts to its environment. It looks very natural that the Tellier family has started a conversion to organic viticulture.