Champagne Paul Goerg

6th October 2014

Champagne Paul Goerg

Champagne Paul Goerg has a history dating back to 1876, when Paul Goerg became Mayor of the town of Vertus, just south of Epernay. He was very proud of the vineyards in the area, and wholeheartedly engaged with the winegrowers.

A few years later a number of the winegrowers created some fine Champagnes based on the Chardonnay grape, and together they named them Paul Goerg, after their supportive Mayor.

Today, the same values formed in those times are still at the heart of Maison Paul Goerg, and, situated in the heart of Vertus, an exclusive range of cuvées are produced. Very high quality and authenticity are the key attributes to the Champagnes, and you will never find anything other than a superb wine when pouring a Paul Goerg bottle to enjoy with friends and family.


Having already had some exposure in the UK, the House is keen to develop its UK market presence. With an estate of 120 hectares in the Côte des Blancs, 6 cuvées are produced, including the beautiful Vintage Premuer Cru Cuvée Lady, made of 85% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Noir. All the Champagnes are delicate and an expression of the earth, with a natural dominance of the Chardonnay grape.

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