Lelarge-Pugeot Champagne Tradition

Lelarge-Pugeot Champagne Tradition

Lelarge-Pugeot Champagne Tradition is small batch, biodynamic Champagne produced by a family of farmers in the Premier Cru village of Vrigny. Situated in Vrigny, a Premier Cru village on the Montagne de Reims, the Lelarge-Pugeot family has been cultivating vines since the 18th century, with the estate currently managed by the eighth generation, Dominique Lelarge, along with his wife Dominique Pugeot and their children. Lelarge-Pugeot is celebrated for its innovative approach to champagne production and its role in the movement towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly practices in the Champagne region. This Tradition cuvee is made with 50% Meunier, 40% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay. Light and refreshing, balanced and electrifying! Enjoy chilled along with your favorite assortment of French cheeses, fruits and charcuteries. This Champagne is extremely food-friendly and is perfect for celebrations big and small! Cheers! xo

  • Producer: Lelarge-Pugeot
  • Region: Vrigny, France
  • Varieties: Meunier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
  • Alcohol: 12.5%
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    Lelarge-Pugeot Champagne Tradition