Champagne Paul Goerg belongs to one of the only winegrowers in Champagne.
It was founded in 1950 when eight of Vertus winegrowers families decided to join forces the Collard, Faucheret, Férat, Rogué, Grégoire, Doquet, Gallois and Pougeoise families still share a common passion for Champagne. They are present on the company's Board of Directors.
Its 120 hectares privately owned in Vertus, in the heart of the famous Côte des Blancs, planted mainly in Chardonnay symbol of Champagne's finesse and elegance, Paul Goerg's Champagne DNA.
Pale yellow with hints of green, Extremely fine bubbles. A deliciously creamy nose with notes of water crowfoot and white fruits such as just-ripe peaches and pears.
Crisp and lemony on the palate. A lasting and delicate smoothness which is the whole appeal of this pure Chardonnay Champagne.
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.