Abelé 1757 is the fifth oldest Champagne house in the world, founded in 1757 by Théodore Vanderveken. Throughout its history, the Champagne house has been known for its commitment to quality, producing wines that are as clear as crystal. In the mid-19th century, Henri Abelé took over the business and established it as one of the premier Champagne houses in the world. His sons took over the company during WW2, but were eventually forced to give up their family estate.
Today, Abelé Champagne is reaffirming its place in champagne to produce high-quality wines that are enjoyed by Champagne lovers around the globe.