Paul Goerg was one of the original Champagne growers to make their own wine and still leads the field. A taste of his Premier Cru masterpiece with its seven Golds will convince you of that. A gorgeous glassful of nectarine fruit and creamy flavour.
"Bursting with zesty flavour and very good value - far superior to other more expensive Champagnes"
Online Reviewer London
This fine Champagne was made at Paul Goerg’s well-equipped Champagne house, located at the heart of the Côte des Blancs region. The cellar was established in 1950 and has access to the fruit of over 120 hectares of vines, mostly in the superior Vertus region – known for the particular richness of its Chardonnay. The best grapes were selected from Premier Cru slopes, and vinified using a combination of traditional expertise and the latest technology, to produce a top quality Champagne. As with all Paul Goerg Champagnes, this wine was left to mature on its lees for three years, giving it a delicious biscuity character and creamy richness. Serve chilled on its own or at any celebration, or with canapés and creamy white meat or fish dishes.
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Awards and Accolades
Gold, Mundus Vini Competition, 2010
Silver, Mundus Vini Competition, 2011
Gold, Concours Mondial De Bruxelles, 2011
Silver, Concours Mondial De Bruxelles, 2013
Bronze, Decanter World Wine Awards, 2013
Silver, International Wine Challenge, 2011
Silver, The Drinks Business Wine Innovation Awards-Design & Packagin, 2015
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