The Emperor of brilliance
Great taste. Powerful sensations. Ample fruit. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The whole palette of champagne grape varieties is represented: it is the imperial mantle of Champagne in a glass.
Strength. Balance. Richness.
Moët & Chandon expresses, more than any other house, the true spirit of Champagne, that of blending: the art of marrying the grapes from the different soils of the region, the different grape varieties and the different years to create a wine that sublimates them all. The sun of Austerlitz is rising. A glass of Moët is always sunny, radiant with joy and enthusiasm.
Apple, grapefruit, pineapple, exotic fruits when ripe: Moet offers the palate a firework of fragrances. A dazzling fruitiness by its intensity, its purity, its sharpness: a blend of more than two hundred different villages. The brilliance of the fruit quickly rises very high, then falls back into a thousand expressive fragrances. Then the wine shows its maturity and generosity with tasty and generous notes of butter, brioche and honey.
Finally, the fireworks on the palate end with the salty, mineral and iodized notes of chalk; the white trace of the great Jurassic sea that gave the Champagne vineyard its unique soil. The ode to the champagne region thus ends with a tribute to the land.
A very bright wine that is self-sufficient and always advocates the freedom to dare. Since its creation in 1743, Moët & Chandon, the Emperor of Champagne has always dominated its world. Without ostentation and without arrogance, but by the radiance of his brilliance.