Champagne House Maurice Lassalle was founded in 1930 by Marcel Lassalle. Maurice Lassalle, the founders'son, a vinegrower and winemaker, is now in charge of the estate.
The vineyard of Champagne Maurice Lassalle spreads out throught 3 Cru-rated areas which are orientend to the south, south-west, norh and north-west. They have 1 hectare of vineyard in Rilly-la-Montagne (old vines), 2.75 hectares in Chigny-les-Roses (old vines) and 3.45 hectares in Ludes (old vines).
All our Champagnes are grown in these 3 geografic areas. They only use Premier Cru grapes and their winepress (a Coquard) has a capacity of 4000 kilo.. Champagne Maurice Lassalle uses the Pinot Noir, the Pinot Meunier and the Chardonnay grapes for their wines and the complete the production processes is carried out on their own estate.
The vines are approximately 35 years old and the winemaking is supervised by Fabrice Wehrung, he is an Oenologist and also a member of the Martin Viallatte Oenological Institute, based in Epernay.