The Champagne wines that compose this brut vintage from 2006 were entirely and solely harvested during an exceptional year. This wine is composed of 40% Pinot Noir variety, 20% of Pinot Meunier and 40% of Chardonnay.
Perfect as an aperitif or with seafood or even grilled lobster. Will also fit with grilled fishes like bass or red mullet.
The Cattier House is located in Chigny-les-Roses, an exceptional territory classified Premier Cru, in the heart of the Champagne region, between Reims and Epernay.
The Cattier family owns vineyards since 1763, but it wasn’t until 1918 that Champagne Cattier was created. In 1951, the Houses acquired the Clos du Moulin.
The House’s vineyard spreads on more than 30 hectares in Premier Cru, on the well-known Montagne de Reims. The cellars are more than 30 metres underground, on three floors, and one of the region’s deepest. They display 3 architecture styles : roman, gothic and Renaissance. Excellent for optimum maturation.
The House is still independent and family-owned, and the annual sales amount to 1 million bottles, of which 60% are exported in more than 70 countries.