Jacques Lassaigne

The 3.5ha of old Chardonnay vines owned by the Lassaigne family - before current custodian Emmanuel his father Jacques was at the helm - are responsible for producing some of the most crystalline, laser-precise wines in Champagne. Despite the international renown that the family’s wines enjoy now, the going hasn’t always been so easy - the estate almost disappeared at the end of the 90s - and as a result every time we pop one of the bottles now we’re perhaps extra grateful for the chance to taste these wonderful grower champagnes.

Jacques Lassaigne

Les Vignes de Montgueux
£ 52.00
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