About Lallier Ouvrage Grand Cru Parcellaire Extra Brut Champagne
A rich and deep premium champagne that showcases two distinctive Grand Cru terroirs.
Aÿ-Champagne is a municipality located in northeastern France, the commune being most notable for its production of Champagne. Champagne Lallier was founded in the village of Aÿ in 1906. The grand-cru village is notable for its rich winemaking history that dates back to the Roman era. The house was founded by René Lallier after marrying into a Champenois family. In modern times, René-James Lallier took the brand in a new direction with the help of Francis Tribaut, modernizing the facilities and refurbishing the cellars in the 90s. Since 2020, the house has operated under Campari with Dominique Demarville serving as general manager and cellar master.
Under Demarville’s leadership, Lallier continues to thrive as a modern operation, rooted in rich tradition. Building upon centuries of know-how, the house is being steered towards eco-responsibility, producing true terroir Champagne that is embodied in their flagship Série R and cuvée Ouvrage.
Lallier Ouvrage Champagne is their ultimate expression, hailing from their Grand Cru vineyards. It’s the perfect showcase of the character of the terroirs. It blends two distinctive terroirs, two Grand Cru plots: Les Hureaux Chardonnay, Oger Côte des Blancs and Les Meurtets Pinot Noir, Aÿ Montagne de Reims. A rich and deep champagne, it expresses the four emotions of Lallier signature character: intensity, purity, freshness, and depth. Savor this premium champagne on a special occasion together with delicacies like caviar, scallops, and langoustines or with white meat and crisp vegetables.
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Champagne has been associated with royalties since the 17th century, still maintaining its glorious reputation.
The French take Champagne seriously, so coming from the Champagne region of France isn’t the only requirement that keeps this drink from being “just sparkling wine.” The rules of the appellation require specific vineyard practices, particular types of grapes, specific pressing methods, and secondary fermentation of wine.