Three generations of pioneers at Champagne J Lassalle | Britt on Forbes

Champagne J. Lassalle started to export to the United States already in the 1970s. It was one of the first independent Champagne growers to be sold in the US. Today, a big part of the family’s production goes to the US market. The estate is run by Angéline Templier and her mother Chantal Lassalle. Grandmother Olga is 99 years old and still going strong.

Read more on Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine, originally published on Forbes: Champagne J. Lassalle: Special champagnes from a pioneering grower run by three generations women | Britt on Forbes.

Travel: Come on a bubbly wine tour to Champagne this autumn.

Bottles in a pupitre in the cellar of Champagne J Lassalle

Bottles in a pupitre in the cellar of Champagne J Lassalle, copyright BKWine Photography

Bottles in the cellar of Champagne J Lassalle

Bottles in the cellar of Champagne J Lassalle, copyright BKWine Photography

 

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