Maison Lallier is situated in Ay, a region whose champagne history dates back many years… As early as around 344, the Gallo-Romans discovered the region and its vineyards. The wines of Aÿ are even mentioned in the works of Pliny the Elder (23-79). In 1936, Ay became one of the first communes in Champagne to be classed as a Grand Cru.
Our business is situated at the heart of the region of Ay, over vaulted cellars dating back to the end of the 18th century. Its name comes from René James Lallier, part of the 5th generation of a very well-known family in Champagne. In 2004, Francis Tribaut, a native of the Champagne region and a talented wine enthusiast, took over the business and brought a new dimension to it.