Wine Tasting Notes Aroma: aroma of flowers, hazelnuts, and biscuits. Palate: soft with a fruity finish, evoking the p...Read more...
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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 h... Read more
Citrus and melon flavors, with something like a toasty/yeasty component. Nice bubbles, not overdone. Read more
Yeasty/leesy, very smooth and balanced effervescence. Creamy. Read more
Food Pairings for Moet & Chandon Imperial Two Left Feet Australian
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
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.
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.
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.
Lemon curd and glazed apricot notes mix with hints of biscuit, black raspberry and smoky mineral in this lightly creamy version, offering a lively bead and well-cut acidity. Drink now through 2018.
Impérial, the best-selling Champagne brand in the world, is now the nonvintage Moët brand in the United States, replacing White Star. However, the American blend is sweeter than Impérial elsewhere, and similar to White Star, emphasizing fruitiness, ripe pear and creamy apple flavors and a soft, easy finish.
Well-balanced, exhibiting flavors of light toast, Gala apple, honey and ginger, with smoke and mineral notes underscoring hints of tropical pineapple and tangerine fruit. There’s lovely texture, with a firm backbone of juicy acidity. Drink now through 2018.
Wine Tasting Notes Aroma: aroma of flowers, hazelnuts, and biscuits. Palate: soft with a fruity finish, evoking the peach.
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