ABOUT THE WINERY:
In 1960, from the marriage between Lucien Liébart and Georgette Régnier, and their respective vineyards in Baslieux sous Châtillon and Vauciennes, the Liébart-Régnier brand was born. Laurent Liébart, an only child, continued the work of his parents with his wife Valérie, both in love with their trade and their land. Today they are supported by the third generation, daughters Alexandra and Marion.
The Maison’s vineyard is spread over 10 hectares of clay-limestone soil in the final part of the Vallée de la Marne, in the Aisne department.
Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but also small quantities of ancestral vines (Arbanne, Petit Meslier and Pinot Blanc) are the grapes grown by the family.
The company, for its work based on respect for the environment and its preservation for future generations, has obtained the certification “HVE Haute Valeur Enrironnementale” (High Environmental Value) and “VDC – Viticulture Durable Champagne” Viticulture Durable Champagne, it is also affiliated to the Vigneron Indépendant association.