Open outside normal opening hours on weekends and public holidays, .
Discovery of our domain and our philosophy, visit of the press and our cellars dating from 1820 with a tasting of Grands Crus champagnes, we will also talk to you about champagne and the country of Champagne.
- Winegrower and winemaker
- Champagne Grand Cru
- In organic conversion
- Single plot vinification
- Very nice arched Cellar
- Wine making partly made in barrels
- Exclusive visit
Tasting of 2 to 4 Grands Crus champagnes depending on the option chosen. (Depending on the champagne available)
Any additional champagne (supplement of 6 € / Person to be paid on site)
|Duration||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Participants||From 4 persons, up to 12 persons per visit.|
Minimum of 4 Major people (Minors must be accompanied and are under the responsibility of their parent(s)/guardian(s))
1 Place Carnot, Verzenay, France
Offered byChampagne Labruyère
The estate is closed on weekends and public holidays.
Visits on these days are by appointment only and must be booked in advance.
We offer you the possibility to visit us on these special days by means of an exclusive visit.
Reservation at least 48 hours in advance to confirm the visit.
Discovery of our domain and our parcel philosophy, visit of the press and our cellars dating from 1820 with a tasting of Grands Crus champagnes.
(Tasting from the signature Cuvée Grands Crus of the domain and a Grands Crus champagne of your choice depending on availability, and more depending on the options chosen).
from 59€ / Pers.
Duration : approximatly 1 H 30 - 1 H 45
If additional vintage at the domain: +6€ / Person (to be paid on the spot)
Located in Verzenay, where the Pinot Noir is king, the origins of this Champagne estate go back to the beginning of the 19th century, where the first bottle of Champagne was produced in 1863.
Different families succeeded one another until 2012 when the keys were entrusted to another family of winemakers from Burgundy: the Labruyère."Harvesting-Handling, we have made the choice to preserve this architectural as well as viticultural jewel by mastering all the stages of viticulture and vinification.
"The wines benefit from a prolonged ageing on lees (at least 3 years) in magnificent vaulted cellars with atypical architecture dating from 1820.
The dosage is made as precise as possible, so that the terroir is fully expressed in the champagnes.A strong choice of a reasoned and uncompromising culture in order to respect fundamental values: terroir, tradition and excellence.HVE3 certified since 2017, the domain is in conversion to Organic Agriculture, whose certification is planned for 2023.