£42.00£42.00 per 75cl
When you need a really classy bottle of fizz, it's got to be Moet & Chandon. It has subtle aromas of just baked brioche and summer flowers, and it's as gorgeous on its own as it is with smoked salmon and canapes at a party.
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Moet and Chandon has been creating their fine champagnes since 1743 and it's been loved by everyone ever since. Apparently, even Napoleon was said to enjoy a glass or two. Moet is rightly proud of its Grand and Premier Cru vineyards and the quality of the champagnes is never in doubt. You get a sparkly mouthful of ripe strawberries with a definite hint of rose and a creamy, almost biscuity aroma that we can only describe as elegant. When it's party time, make sure a bottle or two of Moet's Rosé Impérial is invited along.
Wine of France
Suitable for vegetarians
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Champagne Blend: 40 to 50% Pinot Noir, 30 to 40% Pinot Meunier and 10 to 20% Chardonnay
The nose reveals an intense and lively bouquet of red fruits: wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry, with floral notes (rose, hawthorn) and a slight peppery touch. An expressive palate combining intensity and suppleness: The juicy and persistent intensity of red fruits: strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant. The fleshiness and firmness of peach. The freshness of a subtle menthol note
Moët has been associated with the sparkle of success and glamour since the House was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. These are the values that they share and the values that inspired the founder's grandson Jean-Remy Moët to share the champagne with the world.
Produced in Northeast France in the heart of champagne country with the most extensive estates in the region.
A careful blend of three grape varieties (Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay), Moet Brut Rose Imperial reflects the diversity and complementarity of these champagne varietals.
Moet & Chandon
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