On the surface, Lallier champagne can be likened to many other brands: intense passion in the making process combined with a history that weaves its way through every aspect of champagne evolution. But where the house of Lallier differs is in its exquisite age. Indeed, Lallier's history is greater than most houses and certainly one of the oldest champagne stories around. A remarkable attention-to-detail also characterizes this champagne, making it a stand-out bubbly that simply must be tasted at least once!
In the present day, Lallier continue to get the very best out of as much as 50 hectares of Grand Cru land, where only the most reliable old vines have grown for generations; this land is in fine company, too, as the house's next-door-neighbour is the more widely known house of Bollinger. And don't think for a moment that any of Lallier's grapes come from anything but the best vines! In fact, all are derived from Grand Cru and Premier Cru locations, ensuring rich consistency.