The first bottle labels signed by Champagne Lallier date back to 1906, when the Champagne house was founded by René Lallier (1861 – 1938), who had married into a prestigious Champenois family.
Lallier has been deeply rooted in the village of Aÿ ever since. The shield that proudly adorns its labels symbolises the historical roots of the Lallier name.
In 1936, Aÿ was one of the seventeen villages to be classified as ‘‘Grand Cru” in Champagne, a clear indication of the quality of the grapes that grow on its famous hillsides and the remarkable wines they produce.
One of the particularities of this 15 hectares estate is that it is essentially classified as a Grand Cru. The house of Lallier specialises in producing champagnes by sourcing exclusively from vineyards officially classified Grand Cru and Premier Cru.
The production is voluntarily limited in order to offer only the best and the viticulture is reasoned...
Its champagnes come only from the two noblest Champagne grape varieties: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Discover champagnes with low dosage, champagnes of gastronomes which can accompany a whole meal.