Since 1889 Laherte Frères has been winemaking in the village of Chavot, in the Côteaux Sud d’Épernay. Aurélien Laherte, a seventh-generation family member, took over leadership in 2005 with an essence of pioneering progression. Laherte Frères proudly use all seven authorised grape varieties, vinify each plot individually and use minimal dosage. The resulting wines are clean and have a unique style.
The House controls over 11 hectares of vines spread across 10 different villages in the regions of Coteaux Sud d’Epernay, Côte des Blancs and Vallée de la Marne.
They passionately tend their vines and work in a natural way with their land allowing the terroir to be revealed in the grapes and ultimately the wine. The uniqueness and intricacy of the resulting wines can only be properly appreciated when the number of varying terroirs are considered; all revealing differing styles of soil and its expressions.
Incredibly food-friendly due to their purity and lightness their champagnes are paired perfectly with seasonal spring menus and food.