Champagne Pascal Lallement
The Pascal Lallement’s House : One Family, One Profession, one Art The Lallement house is located in the heart of the village of Chamery. The Familiy has been working the vines for 4 generations.
HistoryThe Lallement house is located in the heart of the village of Chamery. The Familiy has been working the vines for 4 generations.
Our vineyard, ideally located between Reims and Epernay, is located on the mountain of Reims. Our slopes, classified in 1st cru, benefit from ideal sunshine which gives our vintages their quality and consistency.
Constance is also the first name of the very last winemaker in the line, daughter of Pascal, current winemaker of the house. He passes on all his know-how and expertise to her. Now working full-time alongside her father, Constance brings her feminine touch and sensitivity to the estate.
The picturesque Chamery’s VillageClassified “4 flowers” on the flowered villages route, Chamery is located 10 km south-west of Reims. Its 57-meterhigh bell tower is the highest rural bell tower in the Marne. Its vineyard covers 180 ha, classified 1er Cru and its subsoil is made of chalk. As for its location on the hillside, it allows it to benefit from optimal exposure for the maturity of the grapes.
One Vineyard, High Environmental Value ClassifiedThe house operates its vines with respect for the environment and has benefited since 2015 from the HVE * label (High Environmental Value). We use auxiliary methods which limit phytosanitary needs and therefore pollution. We favor working the soil, sodding and reasoned viticulture, as well as the use of products that respect people and the earth. Planting hedges and trees is also another of the methods we favor to promote biodiversity.
The house also offers its visitors the opportunity to visit the vineyards aboard a Little Tourist Train, to discover the work of the Winegrowers and the view of the Champagne hillsides
The key stages in the history of the house-1996 : the house begins its wine tourism activities with the offer of cellar visits and meals taken on the farm in order to introduce visitors to the family heritage and allow them to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of a Champagne exploitation
-2004 : the wine tourism activity develops with the implementation of guided tours aboard a small tourist train with breathtaking views of the vineyard. In addition to this route, there are commented cellar visits and group packages with meals, taken at the Cellar, to benefit from a complete offer (see link to the Little Train page)
-2015 : the operation obtains its HVE (High Environmental Value) label for its environmentally friendly work
– 2017 : the house opens reservations to individual visitors and offers the possibility of reserving seats online on board the little train, in partnership with the Reims tourist office
Export: international salesThe house is recognized abroad in several countries in Europe and around the world. The Little Train is one of the activities particularly appreciated internationally for its tourist discovery as close as possible to the vineyard.
Link to map of locations (Belgium / Germany / Italy / Great Britain / Ireland / Japan / USA / Mexico / China / Austria)
The range of Wines : the House Cuvées.
The Cuvée Brut Tradition Premier cru is regularly the subject of awards, including:
- Gold medal 2015 by the "Hong-Kong International Wine Challenge"
- Medal Gilbert Gaillard 2020, 2021 and 2022
- Rating obtained at Wine Enthusiast: 90/100 in August 2020 (Wine Enthusiast: the world's leading source of wine information)
- Note obtained at DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS :
91/100 silver medal in July 2021
- Note obtained at International Wine Challenge 2022 et 2023 :
90 / 100
- Note obtained at Wine Spectator : 89/100
- Note obtained at tasting of Andreas Larsson : 89/100
We are continuing the presentation of this flagship cuvée at various other competitions.