Originally two Champagne houses from different families, houses Bonnaire and Paul Clouet now share a history of dedication, quality, and romance. The history begins with Paul Clouet establishing his self-titled house in 1907 in the Grand Cru village of Bouzy, located in the Montagne de Reims sub-region of Champagne. Bouzy has since been home to the Clouet family for over a century, with Paul Clouet’s granddaughter, Marie-Thérèse taking ownership of the winery in 1992. Similarly, Bonnaire was founded nearby in the Grand Cru village of Cramant, in the Cotes des Blancs sub-region, by Fernand Bouquemont in 1932. His grandson, Jean-Louis Bonnaire, took over in 1966 and built the Champagne Bonnaire reputation that exists today.