Lallier Champagne

The house of Lallier may be little-known outside the Champagne region, but since it was purchased by the Campari drinks group in 2020 that looks set to change. Discover the range of this century-old house below, all of which are made from Grand Cru and Premier Cru grapes.

Champagne Lallier R.018 Brut NV Champagne

75cl / 12.5%

Champagne Lallier R.018 Brut NV Champagne

Lallier R.018 is a fresh, citrus-forward Champagne that was made with a blend of 56% Pinot Noir and 44% Chardonnay grapes. Aromas of lemon zest, acacia blossom, honey, Pink Lady apples and strawberries fill the nose, complemented by notes of peaches, pears, cream and summer berries throughout the palate.

Character

  • LemonLemon
  • Pear Pear
  • PeachPeach
  • StrawberryStrawberry
  • Honey Honey
  • CreamCream

Champagne Lallier Blanc de Blancs NV Champagne

75cl / 12.5%

Champagne Lallier Blanc de Blancs NV Champagne

A floral, buttery Blanc de Blancs Champagne from Lallier that is made exclusively with Chardonnay grapes from Aÿ, France. Aromas of hawthorn, acacia, freshly-baked brioche, butter, hazelnut and praline fill the nose, complemented by notes of lemon, yuzu, subtle minerals and ripe peaches throughout the palate.

Character

  • LemonLemon
  • HazelnutHazelnut
  • PralinePraline
  • ButterButter
  • HoneysuckleHoneysuckle
  • BriocheBrioche

Champagne Lallier Grand Rose NV Champagne

75cl / 12.5%

Champagne Lallier Grand Rose NV Champagne

An elegant, fresh rosé Champagne from Lallier that is made with a blend of 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Chardonnay grapes. Aromas of fresh cherries, redcurrants, raspberries, apple and mandarin fill the nose, complemented by notes of honeysuckle, red berries, fresh lemon zest and a delicate salinity throughout the palate.

Character

  • Orange Orange
  • LemonLemon
  • AppleApple
  • RaspberryRaspberry
  • CherryCherry
  • HoneysuckleHoneysuckle

About Lallier

Lallier was founded in 1906 by René Lallier, a descendent of a prestigious family in Champagne. It is based in the heart of the village of Aÿ, from where it also sources all its Pinot Noir. Production was modernised in 1996 by René-James Lallier, although the house maintained its focus on only sourcing quality grapes from Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards, using a low dosage to express the purity of the terroir and contributing to the care of the land from which their Champagnes are created.