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Moët et Chandon was established in 1743 by Claude Moët, and today owns more than 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) of vine...Read more...
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the title is very misleading!!! Dom perignon, Oenoteque and the picture showed has NOTHING to do together. The picture is Brut Imperial. Oenoteque... Read more
A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. N.V. Moet Chandon Brut Imperial 1500ml Read more
Moët et Chandon is the leading vine-grower in Champagne, with the most extensive vineyards, an inheritance of fundamental importance in the constit... Read more
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A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. N.V. Moet Chandon Brut Imperial 1500ml
Moët et Chandon is the leading vine-grower in Champagne, with the most extensive vineyards, an inheritance of fundamental importance in the constitution of its assemblages (blends). The skill of their vine-growers, the expertise of their oenologists and the know-how of several centuries form an unbroken chain of invaluable and fruitful knowledge. Their position as a major player in the region provides them with the means to implement their oenological beliefs. In all places and on all occasions they bring their gift of enjoyment to every wine lover. Colour: Pale gold with bountiful tiny bubbles Aroma: Delicately vinous with a wine and lime blossom attack Palate: Fine, well balanced; leaves behind a sense of harmony and mellowness.
Moët et Chandon was established in 1743 by Claude Moët, and today owns more than 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) of vineyards. Moët began business in 1750 with Madame de Pompadour, who supplied the Royal Court at Compiègne with Moët's champagne. Various mispronunciations of Moët are known, including "mo-way" and "mow-ee". The correct pronunciation is "mo-wett" or "m-wet" as the name is originally Dutch, not French. The Brut Imperial NV is very fine and well-balanced with a mellow flavour. It is consistently elegant and stylish.
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