Brisson-Lahaye is a family Domanine born from the desire to devote himself to the production of Champagne by Joël Lahaye and Eliane Brisson. Abandoned cattle breeding and cereal production, they focus their efforts on the cultivation of the Champagne vineyards, in Tours-sur-Marne, which is one of the seventeen villages classified as Grand Cru de la Champagne.
In 2004 his daughter Laure joined the family business, after obtaining a BTS in viticulture and enology, bringing all the youthful euphoria of those who want to carry out innovative projects.
A very interesting Champagne produced by this winery is the Blanc de Noirs La Passionée Brut obtained with 50% Pinot Noir from Hautvillers and Dizy and 50% Meuniers from Mancy and Monthelon.
A wine that combines the liveliness of Pinot Noir with the aroma of Meunier, a complex and balanced Champagne, characterized by good freshness and a surprisingly long finish.
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Giallo paglierino con riflessi dorati.
Note di frutta gialla matura, spezie, miele e moka.
Aromi complessi con note fruttate e fresche. Finale di discreta lunghezza.
Ottimo con aperitivi, formaggi ma anche dolci come il tiramisù
50% Pinot Nero, 50% Pinot Meunier
0,75 L Standard
3 anni in media.
In vasche di acciaio inossidabile. Lo champagne è un blend e vengono assemblati champagne delle vendemmie trascorse che sono state affinate in botti di rovere.
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: Brisson-Lahaye Address: 18 Rue Bernard 51 - Tours-sur-Marne (France) Web Site: www.champagne-brisson-lahaye.com
The Brisson-Lahaye house is located at the crossroads of the Champagne vineyards, in Tours-sur-Marne, one of the seventeen villages classified Grand Cru de la Champagne. This former livestock farm has changed its face to gradually make way for wine-growing thanks to the ambition of a visionary family that has been able to shape its future by drawing on its resources and its roots.
Eliane Brisson, daughter of Pierre and Germaine Brisson, farmers and stockbreeders in Tours sur Marne, married in 1981 Joël Lahaye, son of winegrowers in the Champagne wine region of the Coteaux Sud d'Epernay. After the birth of their children, Eliane and Joël joined Pierre and Germaine on the family farm. At the time, they cultivated cereals and raised Charolais cows, however, the family already had a few plots of vines as Germaine is the daughter of winegrowers. From then on, they bought other plots of vines in the surrounding villages and made their Champagnes in partnership with a Cooperative: Champagne Brisson-Lahaye was born.
In 1994, after the retirement of Pierre and Germaine, Joël and Eliane decided to devote themselves solely to wine-growing and to separate themselves from wine-making. They then freed themselves from the Cooperative to become Harvester-Manipulants. They immediately refurbished the whole house to transform the old premises intended for the breeding and to allow all the stages of the wine making on the spot.
Their daughter, Laure, joined the farm in 2004 after obtaining a BTS in viticulture and oenology. As for their son Guillaume, he chose a different career path. Since then, the family has devoted itself to the elaboration of a varied range of Champagne, thanks to the know-how of each one and to the geological diversity of the terroirs and grape varieties.