Leclerc Briant: the biodynamic house every Champagne lover should know

Leclerc Briant’s La Croisette cuvée spends time in ceramic eggs as part of a three-stage ageing process

The Leclerc Briant Champagne house was reborn in 2012, rising like a phoenix from the ashes. Its origins date back to 1872, when Lucien Leclerc, from a family of grape growers, created a domaine in the village of Cumières, not far from Aÿ. This formed the basis of the family enterprise before its move to Epernay in 1955, where Bertrand Leclerc and his wife, Jacqueline Briant, transformed it into an officially recognised Champagne house.

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Source: Yohan Castaing