The Cattier vineyard also includes rare, 2.2 hectares vineyard surrounded by a wall: the Clos du Moulin, which Cattier acquired 1951. This Clos belonged in the past to an officer of the King, Louis XV, Mr Allart de Maisonneuve, who was one of the first producers of Champagne wines in Reims.
This special cuvee is the fruit of a blending of selected vintages and is only produced from high quality harvests. Its production is very limited, around 15.000 bottless.
“ In the case of the Clos du Moulin, which was by the way, selected by Air France and British Airways to be served on board First Class and Concorde, the grapes are taken from only one plot of land instead of many