Charles de Cazanove Tradition Brut Vintage 750mL Cellar Press Special

Charles de Cazanove

Tradition Brut Vintage 750mL

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$61.10 Each
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Taking out the highest score in its class, this vintage champagne is absolutely unmatched at this price. With the wine spending a remarkable 9 years on lees it is no surprise to find that the composition is largely chardonnay dominant allowing the wine to age so well.

Our panel were instantly won over by this champagne! The quality of this 2007 vintage was unmatched thanks to the carefully selected chardonnay parcels and an incredible 9 years spent on lees. The nose is generous, with notes of almond croissant and candied fruit, with a hint of citrus zing. In combination these create a deliciously rich balanced palate. A must for your next special occasion.

Adding to these credentials, it’s no surprise that this wine was crafted by the renowned Christophe Rapeneau, winner of the International Wine Challenge’s Sparkling Winemaker of the Year 2017.

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  • Origin
    France, Champagne
  • Style
    Seriously Sparkling
  • Vintage*
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* Vintages on offer may vary.


  • by George Lee, on October 09, 2018

    I am disappointed with this vintage champagne highly recommended by Vintage Cellar. It’s no better than some of the NV champagne, with its premium label, in terms of complexity, flavours and taste. Maybe it’s reflection of the price point. Will stay with my favorite, the Bollinger.

  • by Bob Paulinski - Master of Wine, on August 09, 2018

    From GH Martel, this is easily the best value in a vintage Champagne that I've tasted in years. This family owned property goes to the extreme produce top quality. The winemaker was recently named the best in the world! As for the '07, it's a very good vintage. Made from the traditional Champagne grape varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, it spends nine years on the lees! The end result is a complexity that can only come with patience. The wine retains all of the vibrant notes that are typical of Champagne, but the aged component brings the range to a new level. Extremely impressive!

  • by Dave, on August 05, 2018

    Wow if you are after something different for a premium champagne, give this a go. Not a well known name but this champagne delivers so much flavour and balance that you will be blown away!

  • by Anthony P, on August 04, 2018

    An absolute cracking champagne! Crisp and refreshing. Definitely a crowd pleaser next time you're celebrating!!

  • by HP, on August 03, 2018

    This is a great champagne for the price, I rate this at the same level as a number of $100+ bottles. Balanced citrus flavours.

  • by Sk, on July 31, 2018

    You'll be pleasantly surprised by this quality champagne. Not as well known as the big brands but extremely smooth and easy to drink. Great value for money.

  • by Rachael Smoker, on May 21, 2018

    Such a wonderful Champagne, and an even more wonderful price. Complex brioche, almond and tight citrus on the nose flow across onto the palate. It has a long, persistent finish with a good line of acid for balance. Do yourself a favour and get a bottle ASAP.

  • by Tracey S, on May 09, 2018

    I highly recommend this champagne! Ridiculously under-priced for such exceptional quality.

  • by Philip Shelper, on April 17, 2018

    An exceptional champagne, this outstanding bargain is a true gem skilfully unearthed by the Vintage Cellars team.