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Charles de Cazanove

"Tete de Cuvee" Champagne

Reims, Champagne, France


Tasting Notes: 

“Tête de Cuvée” loosely translates to a Champagne producer’s top billingThe Charles de Cazanove brand is one of the oldest in the Champagne region. Lively and versatile, this sparkling has a fruity nose of ripe apple and citrus zest. Elegant and delicious, persistent barley sugar and brioche flavors, complemented by whispers of honey and a touch of nuttiness.  

Grape Varietals:

60% Pinot Noir

30% Pinot Meunier

10% Chardonnay

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The Charles de Cazanove brand is one of the oldest in the Champagne region.


Started in 1811, by Charles Gabriel De Cazanove – an unusual deviation for a man from a long line of master glassmakers.


From early on in their history, Charles de Cazanove were supplying European politicians and diplomats, as well as many French presidents.

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Cheese Pairing

Fromagerie Guilloteau

Saint Angel Triple Creme Brie

A cow's milk cheese that spreads like butter. Soft, decadent, mild earthy notes, hint of sweetness. 

Filtering of milk solids, resulting in more calcium and protein, and the addition of cream come together and evolve into a luxurious spreadable cheese. 


Somm's Notes

A classic sparkling for a party - bright and easy going, but quintessentially a Champagne. 

Pinot Noir gives it that white and yellow fruit character, while Pinot Meunier add structure, and a touch of Chardonnay adds floral and mineral characteristics. 


Vinification take place mostly in stainless steel vats (imparts freshness), and some time in oak to acquire the wonderful fullness (and nuttiness) that the oak barrels provide.

Charles de Cazanove Champagne is a perfect touch of elegance for a crowd.

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