Based in Cramant the Lancelot and Pienne families have a long history of making champagne. In 1967 Albert Lancelot and Brigitte Pienne joined their names to found a new domain. Today Lancelot-Pienne owns over eight hectares of vineyards in Côte des Blancs and the Marne valley, with a production of about 70.00 bottles annually.
Cramant is one of the most celebrated grand cru villages in Champagne, and the Lancelot-Pienne wines are good examples of the elegant, refined style of champagnes you'll find here. Chardonnay is the number one grape for this domain, pinot noir and meunier playing an important second role.