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The Cattier family has owned the vineyards since 1763. From 1918 it began making its own champagnes and selling them under the family name. In 1951, it acquired the Clos du Moulin parcel, which produces one of the oldest prestige champagne wines. Finally, in 2006, the first bottles of the premium Armand de Brignac range were sold. The House is still an independent family enterprise with annual sales of a million bottles, 60 % of which are exported to over 70 countries. The vines are grown using responsible viticultural methods in order to preserve the environment and the terroir. A slightly coppery golden colour. A discreet, delicate nose. Subtly vinous with unobtrusive strength. Red berry, fresh butter and brioche aromas. A full, long finish. For a very special aperitif. Its richness means that it may be served with a variety of foods: foie gras, game, seafood, fish, smoked salmon, white or red meat.