The Champagne Maison, established in Epernay since 1872, will celebrate its 150th anniversary this year. It is one of the pioneers of biodynamics in Champagne and has been hailed for its spectacular metamorphosis, especially in the last ten years!
In the late 1950s, Bertrand Leclerc was the first to bring the emotion of the organic spirit to his estate. In 2012, Denise Dupré and Mark Nunnelly bought the House and appointed Frédéric Zeimett, M Chapoutier and Hervé Jestin to head it.
Maison Leclerc Briant now cultivates fourteen hectares of vines located mainly in Grand Cru and Premier Cru. It completes and diversifies its supplies by purchasing grapes from a handful of certified organic wine growers.
In the cellar, a series of vinification experiments is being conducted, notably on containers (gold barrels, glass globes, titanium barrels) and aging methods (the Abyss vintage and its underwater maturation).
To learn more, visit the page dedicated to Champagne Leclerc Briant in the 1.618 Guide.
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