Champagne Lavergne Brut has been named one of the Top Three Lesser Known Champagnes in 2019 by Taste of France Mag. Most recently, the product was evaluated 92/100 GOLD (Unique or exceptional product, it represents the best in absolute terms) by 160 judges out of 600 products for the International Taste Awards 2020.
“Great example of a Champagne full of aromas and delightful flavours. Apricot, touch honey comb and citrus flavours. Ripe peach, honey comb, golden apples, pastry flavours.” Christopher Walkey.
GLASS of BUBBLY LONDON.
We are pleased to let you know that we have now announced all the results of The World's Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards 2018.
We had around 50 international judges blind taste in London all 2500 entries, sparklings from all the world and top Champagnes.
They awarded last week all Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in different categories.
Congratulations the following wine you entered has won one of the top awards:
Champagne Lavergne – Brut NV.
“Great example of a Champagne full of aromas and delightful flavours. Apricot, touch honey comb and citrus flavours. Ripe peach, honey comb, golden apples, pastry flavours.”
As a medal winner we will promote you throughout the year so please do feel free to send through any news, press releases, events etc to us so we can publish it on our website and share with our social media audiences for you.
Absolute balance for a classic that is perfect for any situation:
• 1/3 Chardonnay;
• 1/3 Pinot Meunier;
• 1/3 Pinot
An amber yellow colour with fresh fruit aromas, notes of pear and peach on the palate.
ONLY ARTISAN CHAMPAGNE
Research Thesis of the founding Dean of the Jules Guyot Institute, University of Burgundy. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Sonoma 1991.
First Japanese Sake World Champion, President of the jury, London 2015 Gerard Basset, President of the Master Sommeliers, MS, MW, Best Sommelier of the World 2010. Twice a year training in London of 300 professionals.
November 29th, 2018
Gold Medal London 2018
Champagne Lavergne – Brut NV