Georges Lacombe Champagne
Georges Lacombe originally acquired a small vineyard in Champagne which gradually expanded to 12 hectares which was then taken over in 1991 by his son in law, Francis Tribaut who was an oenologist and the heir to four generations of winemakers and Champagne makers in the Marne. He had very quickly managed to climb the ladder in large houses and therefore was able to further refine his technical expertise.
The Georges Lacombe House today boasts 80 hectares of vineyards including Grand and Premier Crus with some of their plots being among the oldest in Champagne.
RESPECT FOR MOTHER EARTH
Champagne Georges Lacombe take great pride in using their own plots, some of which are amongst the oldest in the entire Champagne region with 50% of the vineyards holding Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 20% representing Pinot Meunier grapes.
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