The new organic champagne from Charles de Cazanove is putting Meunier in the spotlight
The Charles de Cazanove Champagne House has long been committed to using respectful winegrowing practices. It was therefore a natural decision to create this new organic certified 100% Pinot Meunier champagne.
Champagne Charles de Cazanove is one of the last remaining family-owned champagne houses. It has successfully struck a subtle balance between tradition and innovation whilst encapsulating the French art-de-vivre.
The Champagne House is deeply aware of its duty to respect the environment and has now taken its efforts further by obtaining High Environmental Value certification in its vineyards to preserve them for future generations.
The new organic champagne is a reflection of Champagne Charles de Cazanove’s eco-friendly approach to winemaking. Crafted from organically-grown Meunier grapes, it reveals the quintessence of the soils and terroir of the Vallée de la Marne. It is made from a blend of 100% Meunier grapes, 15% reserve wines and contains 8 grams of dosage per bottle.
The nose discloses a subtle aromatic profile with delicate notes of undergrowth which evolve towards candied fruit and red berries.
The palate is remarkably fresh and balanced with a pleasant acidity, notes of citrus fruit and pomegranate and a smooth, rich texture.
This organic champagne can be enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with delicately flavoured fish dishes and white meats.
Champagne Charles de Cazanove went to great lengths to respect and protect the environment in the making of this new organic champagne complete with eco-friendly packaging. The label is made from recycled paper which is printed digitally to reduce toxic waste from foiling and mineral inks. The foil wrapper is made from a sugarcane base and the presentation box originates from recycled forest wood. All of the packaging is sourced in France.
The new organic champagne from Charles de Cazanove is an ode to Nature with its perfect balance between structure, power and ripe fruit.