Larmandier-Bernier is a winery in the Champagne region of France. Its origin is due to the influence of two wine-producing families, Larmandier and Bernier, whose trajectory in the world of wine predates the French Revolution.
The winery is located south of Vertus on the Côte de Blancs (France) where it has about 16 hectares of vineyards. This soil is characterized by a clay-calcareous texture and a great depth, which gives the variety unique organoleptic characteristics. In addition, its cultivation is based on techniques of biodynamic viticulture and has an average age of 30 years.
The Larmandier-Bernier Champagne is a sparkling wine with a great personality and elegance that has a wide range of products. This range is very limited and never exceeds the production of 130,000 bottles that are quickly depleted given the great value for money of all these champagnes.