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Located in Chigny-Les-Roses, the terroir of Maison Cattier is in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. The family business operates a 33-hectare vineyard classified as Premier Cru and cultivated according to the...Lire plus Learn more
Located in Chigny-Les-Roses, the terroir of Maison Cattier is in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. The family business operates a 33-hectare vineyard classified as Premier Cru and cultivated according to the principle of "integrated viticulture" (HVE level 3 certified). The Clos du Moulin parcel, which represents 2.2 hectares, is owned by the company and remains one of the few historical clos de Champagne. A unique expression defined in a few words: freshness, generosity, suppleness and fruitiness. Each cuvée is distinctive and highlights our terroir, the Montagne de Reims, where Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier flourish. Our secret: our know-how from the vine to the glass has been passed down through 13 generations to produce elegant and generous champagnes.
Champagne Cattier has been a family-owned and independent house for thirteen generations. It is one of the ten Champagne houses still run by the same family. The history of the Cattier House goes back to 1650, at that time, in the village of Chigny-Les-Roses, the Cattier ancestors cultivated the vine and sold the grapes to the merchants of the city of Reims. It was at the end of the First World War in 1918 that Jean Cattier decided to sell his Champagne under his own name: Cattier. In 1951, Le Clos du Moulin (2.2 hectares) became the property of the House of Cattier. In 2006, the luxury brand Armand de Brignac was created. Finally, in 2011, Jean-Jacques Cattier will hand over his position as CEO to his son Alexandre Cattier. Accompanied by his two cousins Agathe and Marie, he continues the development of the company with the tools of the 21st century but always with respect for ancestral values.
Our champagnes are aged in magnificent cellars spread over 3 levels, each with a different architectural style (Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance). They are probably the deepest in the Champagne region, as you have to go down 122 steps to reach the last level. This unique structure allows us to offer our bottles ideal conditions of temperature and hygrometry for an optimal aging of our wines. The cellars contain moving traces of the past: engravings, drawings and traces of soot left by the candles of the refugees during the two world wars.