Prestige Millésime (EN) A. Bergère

A. Bergère
Prestige Millésime (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.

A masterful blend which conveys the terroir and vintage 2013. A serious nose, strong in torrefaction and richness. The wine is well structured framing ripe fruit and leading to a nice finish on spices and smoke.


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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.


Cuvée A. Bergère presents a beautiful combination of ripe pear and sweet pear aromas on the nose. On the palate, this wine shines with its elegant structure and fragrant notes of white fruit. The sandy-clay soil lends it a refreshing acidity, giving it a crisp, lively finish with excellent depth. A testament to the expertise of the A. Bergère's expertise, this cuvée demonstrates finesse and verticality.

Discover the DNA of this wine

Champagne Laurent-Perrier - La Cuvée assemblage


Fèrebrianges, Étoges and Congy

Petit Morin Valley

At A. Bergère, we're very proud of our vineyard, planted in 1970. We cultivate our vines with the greatest respect for nature, carefully managing their vigor to bring out the unique character of the terroir in each vintage. Our winemaking process includes vinification and ageing on lees, as well as some barrel ageing. To preserve all the exceptional qualities of our wine, we refrain from filtration. Discover the true essence of A. Bergère through our meticulous approach to crafting exceptional wines that reflect the natural beauty of our vineyard and its environment.

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


For a sedate, cerebral aperitif, pair this vintage cuvée with grilled or smoked walnuts, mushroom bruschetta or cubes of Comté cheese.

Champagne dinner plate


Indulge yourself by serving this champagne with Gruyère and onion soup, or any other boldly flavored dish.

Champagne dinner plate


Pairs well with hard cheeses and cereal breads.

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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