LECOMTE Père et Fils Champagne Brut Tradition
The history of Champagne Lecomte began in 1859 with Gaston Lecomte.
At the time, Gaston produced several bottles with grapes coming from its vineyards.
In the 1960s, it was Gaston’s son, Serge, who took the reins of the farm with his wife Suzy. At two, they have prospered the commerce of Champagne by selling their entire production to individuals.
Since 1992, Dosythée Lecomte, the son of Serge, has been working at the farm with his wife, Ghislaine, winemaker.
Today, their two sons Jérémy and Fréderic work by their sidde at the wine cellar, both in the vine and selling the Champagne bottles.
Champagne Lecomte Père et Fils is first of all a family story and the knowledge of the soil and the vines passed from generation to generation.
Champagne Brut Tradition
80% Meunier, 10% Pinot Noir, 10% Chardonnay (including 30% wine from previous years).
Dosage: 7 g sugar / liter.
3 years in cellars.
A fresh and fruity cuvée perfect throughout your meals and summer events.
A supple and round palate with aromas of red fruits.