Posts Tagged ‘Grand Cru’
In the Champagne Region, there are three classifications that help you identify an increase in quality, each of these classifications, from lowest to highest, is said to produce a finer quality of grape and each classification is more exclusive. The highest form of Champagne is Grand Cru, followed by Premier Cru, then by Autre Cru,…Read More
What Are The Sparkling Wine Classifications?
Each country has its own classifications for its Sparkling Wines, for example, France has the Champagne Region and in that region, you’ll find the likes of Grand Cru and Premier Cru, but what do they mean? In the Prosecco Region in Italy, you’ll find DOC and DOCG, do you know what that really tells you?…Read More
Is the Cru System a ‘Cru’cial guide to quality?
The Échelle des Crus vineyard rating system was introduced in the early to mid twentieth century to categorise individual grape producing villages “crus” in Champagne, providing them with a percentile score. The intention of the system was to ensure growers received a fair price for their grapes. However, since its inception just 17 villages have…Read More
Champagne Lallier – Grand Crus
Unique Grands Crus… Lallier house makes Champagne by selecting the best grapes from the appellation, each cuvée is unique and different… Here are the Grand Crus from Champagne Lallier. Cuvée Grande Reservé – Grand Cru – 65% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay Cuvée Blanc de Blancs – Grand Cru – 100% Grand Cru Chardonnay Cuvée Rosé…Read More
Champagne LALLIER, uniqueness of Grands Crus… The House of LALLIER is situated in the heart of the village of Aÿ, historic birthplace of the Champagne region. Located above vaulted cellars dating from the end of the XVIIIth century, the House of LALLIER produces exceptional wines exclusively from Grands Crus vineyards. Francis Tribaut, owner and head winemaker epitomizes…Read More