Paul passed down his love for wine making with passion and pride.
Passion that Nicolas, third of this generation, puts in his work every day.
This unique know-how is to be found in the vineyards as well as in the cellars and the wine bottles. The winemaker’s hard work is indeed every year awarded with numerous prizes and international critic.
Nicolas and his wife Sabrina are the keepers of a know-how and a family tradition that started back in 1952.
They are now committed to pass down this tradition
to their three daughters Anaïs, Lola and Ambre.
Paul and Andrée
Paul and Andrée are Château des Landes founders.
They were a solid couple and very supportive to each other when it came to hard work. Nicolas’ grandfather worked
by night at a local roof tile factory, and by day on his little property
that grew over the years.
This is how they passed down to their family members
core values related to land owning: generosity, courage,
passion and perseverance.
Daniel and Patricia
Daniel Lassagne joins his father in 1979 after graduating from a wine school to develop the family property. On her side, Patricia would start to help her husband with administrative and commercial tasks in 1986 after working in the perfume industry.
This is how Nicolas’ parents carried on tradition
while putting perseverance in their work
and passion in their job.
Nicolas and Sabrina
Nicolas joined back in 2001 after graduating from a wine and business school. He brought his technical knowledge to the domain by bringing out the plurality of terroirs the vineyard possesses. This can be seen in every cuvée that is sold in direct sale. His wife Sabrina joined the family business in 2017 to continue developing Vignobles Lassagne.
New properties have since been bought such as bought Château Maltus AOC Lalande de Pommerol, Ambre de Maltus AOC Bordeaux Blanc, and Luccianus – matured in amphoras. This couple of wine producers pursue excellence for every wine they make.
Thus, we question our work every year, nothing
is left aside, with respect for terroirs
and family traditions.
The vineyard has a HVE (Haute Valeur Environnementale / High environmental value) certification since vintage 2019.
Vignobles Lassagne aims to a fully organic production by 2023.
Nicolas Lassagne started transitioning into an organic production with the idea of respecting and developing biodiversity.
Nicolas and Sabrina want to let the terroir express itself through their cuvées and therefore bring people there when tasting the different wines they produce.
A rich and diverse terroir, soon fully organically farmed.
The vineyard has been transitioning into organic farming since 2020 and is already HVE (Haute Valeur Environnementale / High environmental value) certified since vintage 2019. This certification is a reward for all the efforts that have been put in this transition process. Next step is the “agriculture biologique” (fully organic) certification, planned for vintage 2023.
These three transition years added to the winemaker’s work allow to focus even more on the terroir of the vineyard. This diversity can be observed among the wines. The domain wines are as soft and fruity as they are well-structured with finesse.
A terroir vineyard.
An authentic wine.