The history of the house began in 1952 when the then mayor of Oger, Serge Chapuy started bottling Champagne under his own name. His son Arnold took over the reins in 1981 and today daughters Elodie and Aurore are in charge, with the younger one, Aurore, working the vines and cellar. The style of the house is fresh and mineral driven. Elegance and freshness is achieved by blending wines that underwent malolactic fermentation with wine that has not. Chapuy usually bottles in March to then keep the bottles in their cellar for a minimum of 18 months before disgorging the non-vintage champagnes.