Les Peignottes (EN) A. Bergère

A. Bergère
Les Peignottes (EN)


The domain was founded in 1848 and offers a wonderful and broad selection of authentic champagnes with plenty of character showcasing the expert work in winemaking.

This Blanc de Blancs from Grand Cru parcels in Oger on la Côte des Blancs comes from very old vines, some going as far back as the 1920s. This is a Brut Nature champagne but the grapes were picked at perfect maturity giving this wine a rich and complex profile. A great wine.

Amazing nose with so much richness: toasted bread, caramel, ripe yellow fruits (golden apple, Mirabelle) and plenty of white flowers. This is gourmand, vinous, complex, offering beautiful amplitude and a long finish with a touch of beautiful bitterness adding freshness to the fray. Highly recommended.

Only 3,376 bottles were produced.


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the structure of this Champagne


Harmonious balance between the various components of acidity.


Supple, easy-drinking champagne, the acidity doesn't clash with the palate.


Generous champagne with great intensity.

Long on the palate

Champagne aromas linger on the palate.


A. Bergère presents a rich, intense wine, accentuated by its floral notes. The exquisite structure allows the ripe white fruit aromas to unfold magnificently, culminating in a touch of noble bitterness that brings a refreshing finish to this exceptional wine.

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Champagne Laurent-Perrier - La Cuvée assemblage


Oger - Côte des Blancs
Made from old vines dating from 1920, 1975 and 1990 and cultivated with the greatest respect for nature. The vineyards are meticulously tended to control vigor and bring out the very essence of the terroir in each vintage. Vinification and ageing take place on lees, partly in oak barrels. To preserve its distinctive qualities, our wine is deliberately unfiltered.

About this house

The Bergère family are passionate about land and wine, and are proud to own vineyards in renowned villages and esteemed terroirs in the Côte des Blancs. This allows them to explore a wide range of blending options and produce champagnes of exceptional quality. When you visit their cellar, you'll have the opportunity to watch a captivating film that presents the rich history of the Bergère family. You can also enjoy a delicious champagne tasting session.

The Perfect Pairing
Champagne and food

Champagne dinner plate


Enjoy this exceptional champagne as an aperitif, on its own or with lightly buttered bites. Let your creativity guide your choice!

Champagne dinner plate


Let the richness and complexity of this cuvée enhance your finest culinary creations. Pair it with white meats in sauce, or try it with veal or duck!

Champagne dinner plate


Pair Les Peignottes with bloomy rind and pressed cheeses. Even try pairing with a Mont d'Or to bring out the woody, opulent notes.

Chef's word

Chef Arnaud Lallement testifies:

"This Grande Cuvée tells me the story of Champagne over the last hundred and fifty years. It's a meal wine that triumphs from aperitif to dessert. As it opens, its aromas evolve. The freshness and liveliness of the beginning give way to notes of candied citrus, toasted, toasted nuances, which will enjoy the company of a capon stuffed with foie gras and mushrooms or duck with ponzu (citrus and soy reduction)."

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