Very nice sparkler. Pale toast in color, with lots of fine mousse and a medium bead. Nutty (hazelnut) and toasted bread aromas and flavors with a hint of pear underneath. I enjoyed this, and liked the fact that this was just a bit shy of brut, so didn't have that scorching dryness. Had with appetizers before dinner, and it was perfect for that but it would also be better with food than many brut champagnes.
Citrus and melon flavors, with something like a toasty/yeasty component. Nice bubbles, not overdone.
Yeasty/leesy, very smooth and balanced effervescence. Creamy.
Tart and dry, but not a bad Champagne if you're feeling like going authentic.
Drank strait from the bottle. not my favorite champagne, but not bad
External Reviews for Moet & Chandon Imperial Two Left Feet Australian
An Ultra-Chic way to say 'Cheers', this Moet & Chandon Imperial Gift Basket combines a selection of sweet and savory treats and one bottle of the a very well known champagne.
Exotic fruitiness, a generous palate, and a confident maturity. Reveals aromas of peach, pineapple and honey.
Wine Tasting NotesAroma: aroma of flowers, hazelnuts, and biscuits.Palate: soft with a fruity finish, evoking the peach.
Honeyed, floral, vanilla and toast aromas. Silky palate of lemon and toasted oak melded with sweet, creamy vanilla. Light, sweet, citrus notes carry the finish.
Delicate yellow, with a floral character and good persistence of bubbles; fruity, yeasty nose (Pinot Meunier); round, full and fruity with a hint of grapefruit. Reminiscent of hawthorne and honey.
Hints of roasted walnut and toasted brioche are richly smoky and underscored by flavors of raspberry, lemon confit and green pear in this open-knit Champagne, framed by vivid acidity and a lively bead. Drink now through 2019.
Moët Imperial is the House’s iconic Champagne. Created in 1869, it embodies the unique Moët & Chandon style. A style that distinguishes itself by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity. Its assemblage reflects the diversity and complimentarity of the three grape varieties: the body of the Pinot Noir (45–50%), the suppleness of the Pinot Meunier (35–40%) and the finesse of the Chardonnay (10–20%). Dosage: 13 g/L A sparkling nose with the intensity of green apple and citrus fruit, the freshness of mineral nuances and white flowers, and the elegance of blond mature notes: brioche, cereals, fresh nuts. A palate combining generosity and subtlety with the delicious generosity of white fruits (pear, peach and apple), the alluring caress of fine bubbles and the soft vivacity of citrus fruit and gooseberry nuances.
Food Pairings for Moet & Chandon Imperial Two Left Feet Australian
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