Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Meunier Champagne Epernay France
The Holy Trinity of Champagne varietals, from the Great Crus of Champagne in miniature. Moët et Chandon is most notable for its remarkable balance built on intensity and depth. Even in piccolo, Moet Chandon is generous and handsomely flavoured with it's characteristic multi dimensional bouquets and intense creaminess on the palate. The elegant flavours and sublime aromas of this most sought after of Champagnes are tender, warm and long lasting with hints of buttery brioche, ripe pears, almond essence and citrus highlights.
In 1446, Jean and Nicolas Moët were made nobles by King Charles VII, thus was born the famous dynasty that later was to give its name to the greatest chapter in the history of champagne. In 1743 one of the descendants of the Moët brothers Claude Moët, who had been a wine trader in Epernay since the early 18th century, founded the Maison Moët. His grandson, Jean Remy Moët, who was a visionary with a pioneering spirit, transformed this trading company into the world's leading luxury brand which, for over two and a half centuries now, has been the veritable embodiment, around the world, of the genius of Champagne.
Bright citrus in colour with straw gold tinge. Bouquets are florid, impressively vital with nuances of soft spice and elegant dessert cakes. An immensely satisfying palate that shows great complex flavours of ripe stonefruits, white berries, white chocolate and subdued vanillan. Toasted nuts, fruit flesh, silky and sublime, the intriguing palate of this exceptional wine culminates in a glorious and unforgettable finish.