External Reviews for Moet & Chandon "Imperial"
Rich and off-dry, this is pleasant, yet with straightforward citrus and ginger notes. It’s balanced with modest length. Drink now.
A soft, floral nose opens this mid-weight wine. the apple-pear aromas and flavors are ripe and slightly sweet, but a slightly dry, chalky note keeps it from becoming cloying, and it’s just a shade sweeter that the Brut Imperial. The chalk and apple notes play out on the moderately long finish.
Round and fruity, like a good Mâcon Chardonnay. Shows apple and berry flavors in a soft yet balanced frame. Drink now.
A new blend of this best-selling Champagne is soft, creamy and openly fruity. There is acidity, but it is kept in place by the intensity of sweet fruit, which trails off to a soft, gentle finish.
…pale yellow, has an attractive, fresh aroma of floral-toned citrus and vanilla. The flavors, echoing the aromas, are creamy, soft and velvety, with a touch of sweetness, very fresh and tasty-charming.
Smooth and creamy, the added pinot noir shows through with a hint of red/black fruit; the toast and yeast in the background complement the fruit for a lovely finish; this is a new blend of White Star and just being released.
Rich and a touch sweet, exuding citrus and honey flavors on an easygoing frame. Medium-bodied, with moderate intensity, it picks up a mushroom note on the finish. Drink now.
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