Bailly Lapierre Cremant de Bourgogne Reserve NV


Bright, easy drinking, fresh and cheerful. Balance is the hallmark of Bailly Lapierre Crémants: from the bedrock… yet finely chiselled, carrying you away with their intense, mineral freshness. All the wines are aged and nurtured in the ancient cellars under the town of Bailly which is the birthplace of Cremant de Bourgogne.

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A blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Gamay, Aligoté, the wine is really fresh and lively with a complex bouquet that flows to a palate that while full also shows loads of bright fruitful flavour and finishes with cheerfully crunchy mouth-feel. This is a thirst-quencher, it is our easiest-drinking Cremant, clear-cut and clean with a lovely freshness.


  • Gold Medal at the Burgundian d’Or contest – 2012
  • Bronze Medal at the International Wine Challenge – 2011
  • Gold Medal at the Concours Général Agricole – 2011
  • Gold Medal at the Burgundian d’Or – 2011
  • Silver Medal at the Concours National des Crémants – 2011
  • Silver Medal at the Concours Général Agricole – 2010
  • Bronze Medal at the International Wine Challenge – 2010

The village of Bailly in Burgundy is the birthplace of the AOC Cremant de Bourgogne.  In an underground quarry that provides unique natural conditions, Bailly Lapierre has crafted the finest sparkling wines of Burgundy.  The classic noble grapes of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are hand-harvested then vinified in a traditional manner.  The resulting wines are finely chiselled, crisp and super stylish.

Their cellars are 50 metres underground, quarried deep in the heart of the famed Tonnerre stone, providing a cool dark setting for the Bailly Lapierre Crémants to age. In the unwavering temperatures of the cellar the wine is inverted on racks and then receives extended (to AOC guidelines) aging of 16-18 months on its lees. It is during this seemingly dormant period when the wine’s natural sparkle and integrated flavours develop.

The Bailly Lapierre wines stand as a proud sparkling symbol, astride the border between the Counts of Champagne and the Duchy of Burgundy.

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