Laurianne Lejour

"My philosophy is to work carefully and individually each parcel, which I know by heart, in order to obtain the most intense grapes at the moment of the harvest. The next steps happen in the cellar where I put all my soul into expressing the essence of each Terroir’s fruit.

My objective is to create the purest, tensest, neatest wine possible without malolactic fermentation, which reflects best my parcels’ Terroir. You will find me in the vineyards all year round: from the flight of starlings to the snow in February, without forgetting the migration of cranes and insects!

I truly feel happy working in the vineyards, like a gardener, as my mother and grandmother have taught me."

Since 2016, Laurianne has cultivated her own grapes, aged her own wines from her family’s parcels, located on 6 different Terroirs classified Grand Cru and Premier Cru. The wines from previous vintages are rested for at least 24 months, in her chalk cellars. 

A new vigneron who is being widely recognised in Champagne as a finalist in the 'Young Talents of Champagne' and Gault & Millau 2022 listing her Champagne in the Remarkable Wines category. An incredible feat for a new producer.

We bring you her Brut Grand Cru, Grand Cru Rosé and Brut Nature and are extremely excited to be bringing her wines to the UK! She also has a Blanc de Blancs ageing in her cellars and other new cuvées to be launched soon.