Champagne Longitude 1er Cru Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs - Larmandier-Bernier

Champagne, Cote des Blancs, Extra Brut, Blanc de Blancs, Longitude, First Grow, NM, Larmandier-Bernier

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Tasting notes for the Champagne "Longitude" 1er Cru Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs - Larmandier-Bernier

  • EYE: The golden hue of this 1er Cru Champagne enchants us with its brightness. The persistent bubbles form an effervescent dance in the glass, as a preamble to an exceptional tasting experience.
  • NOSE: This champagne unveils a complex palette where delicate floral notes of white flowers and hawthorn subtly intertwine with candied citrus aromas. Elegant mineral nuances evoke the terroir, while a hint of fresh hazelnut completes this olfactory symphony.
  • MOUTH: The attack is lively and precise, balanced by refined minerality. Lemon-freshness merges with white fruit flavors, creating a harmonious taste experience. The remarkably persistent finish reveals toasty and saline nuances, confirming the assertive personality of this exceptional cuvée.


In short: Larmandier-Bernier's Champagne "Longitude" 1er Cru Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs reveals aging potential estimated between 7 and 10 years. Its distinctive character, combining freshness, complexity, and minerality, makes it a preferred choice for discerning connoisseurs. To enhance its saline freshness, pair this champagne with oysters, scallop carpaccio, or poultry with a wild mushroom sauce.

Other appellations from this estate: Latitude, Vieille Vigne du Levant, Rosé de Saignée, Les Chemins d'Avize, Terre de Vertus, Longitude, Cramant Nature, Vertus Rouge...

Product Details

Data sheet

75 cl
White Wine
Grape Variety
% vol.
12,5 %
Champagne, Côte des Blancs
Blanc de Blancs Extra-Brut
1er Cru
Production method
Producer: Champagne Larmandier-Bernier
Champagne Larmandier-Bernier

Organic Champagne from the Côte des Blancs


The Champagne estate of Larmandier-Bernier, with roots tracing back to 1765, is firmly established in Vertus. In the heart of the Côte des Blancs, a region renowned all over the world for its exceptional white champagnes, Philippe Larmandier and his wife Elisabeth Bernier founded their vineyard in 1971. The Larmandier-Bernier family fully embraced biodynamic viticulture in 1999, thanks to their son Pierre Larmandier (who has been working at the family estate since 1988). He committed to preserving the natural balance of the vineyard through environmentally friendly practices, sustainable agricultural methods, and harmony with natural cycles.

The vineyards of the Larmandier-Bernier estate span 18 hectares across prestigious village appellations like Vertus, Cramant, Avize, and Oger, where the Chardonnay grape predominantly thrives. The estate produces iconic cuvées such as "Latitude" Blanc de Blancs, "Longitude" Blanc de Blancs, and "Vieille Vigne du Levant," benefiting from old vines. The winemaking is characterized by traditional methods, often with fermentation in oak casks and a minimal approach to sulfur addition. The champagnes of the house are also very lightly dosed.

Recognized for both the exceptional quality of its champagnes and its sustainable viticultural practices, House Larmandier-Bernier holds a prominent place in the wine scene. In 2003, Pierre Larmandier was even named "Winemaker of the Year" by the Gault & Millau guide. The estate's wines are regularly acclaimed by critics and featured in some of the finest restaurants worldwide. Since 2017, the future of the family is secured with Arthur Larmandier joining his parents at the estate, followed by his brother Georges in 2021.

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