A nugget in the big league
La Maison Claude Cazals : un terroir d'exception
DelpHine Cazals has been running the business since his father passed away in 1996. The entire Cazals vineyard comprises 9 hectares of vines spread over 4 communes: Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oger, Vertus and Villeneuve. One part is therefore classified as Grand Cru and the other as Premier Cru. All vines are planted with Chardonnay to create cuvées with their own identity, full of finesse and aromatic power. The oceanic climate with continental influences is conducive to its healthy development.
One of Maison Cazals' assets is to own an exceptional parcel classified as Grand Cru in a delimited area: Le Clos Cazals, covering 3.70 hectares of old vines in the village of Oger.
The emblematic cuvées of Maison Cazals
House Claude Cazals offers cuvées of splendid freshness and irresistibility to say the least.
The Cuvée Carte d'Or reflects the house style to perfection: balance, minerality and floral, brioche aromas. Ideal for aperitifs to whet the appetite.
How could we not succumb to La Chapelle du Clos 2016, intense, precise and gourmet. A cuvée of great effervescence to enhance a festive and gastronomic meal.
Let's present, of course, the Clos Cazals 2013, from the famous eponymous parcel and offering a nectar worthy of its reputation. Matured in oak barrels and aged on laths for a minimum of 10 years, it's a Champagne of intense aromatic complexity, fine and elegant, conducive to refined fish or truffle-based dishes.