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Moët & Chandon Rosé Blend Champagne Nectar Imperial Rosé NV

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Wine Tasting Notes Aroma: lively, expressive, dominated by the scent of wild strawberries. Palate: full-bodied, zestful, assertive fruitiness.

Region: France » Champagne

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Winery: Moët & Chandon
Color: White
Variety: Champagne
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Member Reviews for Moët & Chandon Rosé Blend Champagne Nectar Imperial Rosé

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Snooth User: champagnecharlie
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3.50 5
02/02/2010

While this is one of the first champagnes i've tried I do remember liking this one. Maybe cause it stoud out with the sweetness but I thought it was well rounded easy to drink. Tasty and delicious.

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  • Snooth User: whitknee
    26370925
    3.50 5
    09/25/2009

    Three and a half glasses


    External Reviews for Moët & Chandon Rosé Blend Champagne Nectar Imperial Rosé

    External Review
    Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
    05/18/2011

    Pale pink. Delicate, racy aromas of flowers and spicy red berries. Focused, even tight, with tart red fruit flavors enlivened by tangy acidity. This is one of the driest versions of this wine I can recall. Finishes brisk and clean, with a lingering impression of white peach.


    External Review
    Source: We Speak Wine
    11/25/2009

    ST: 87 Points


    External Review
    Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
    03/23/2012

    Earthy and slightly gamy, with black cherry and plum fruit. Powerful and concentrated, but overall a bit awkward. If you like big fruit flavors, this is your roseacute;. Drink now through 2012.


    External Review
    Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
    05/22/2011

    Bold citrus and a sweet balance make this seem almost like Riesling. Easy to drink and enjoy because of its soft texture and lingering fruit flavors. Drink now.


    External Review
    Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
    05/22/2011

    A soft, sweet, dessert-style Champagne with easy flavors of pear, vanilla and almond that linger on the finish. Drink now.


    External Review
    Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
    05/22/2011

    Lightly sweet, with ripe apple, honey and candied citrus peel flavors. It's round and accessible, with a fresh finish. For fans of the style.


    External Review
    Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
    05/22/2011

    Very pale straw appearance. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Peaches, honey, grapes. Sweet tropical fruit nose with peach and honey follows through onto the palate. Attractive and creamy with no edges or evident dryness on the finish.


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    Wine Tasting Notes Aroma: lively, expressive, dominated by the scent of wild strawberries. Palate: full-bodied, zestful, assertive fruitiness.

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