The House's signature champagne is Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut. It was created in 1869 and exemplified the distinct Moët & Chandon style, defined by its brilliant fruitiness, luscious palate, and graceful maturity. Imperial is great for any occasion since it is clean, fresh, and has undertones of a toasted, yeasty flavor.
Since 1743, Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut has been the champagne of success and splendor. Moët & Chandon, acclaimed for its triumphs and famous revolutionary character, is synonymous with both beloved traditions and new pleasures and has assisted in the celebration of life's most victorious moments for almost 270 years.
This composition of 30-40 percent pinot noir, 30-40 percent Meunier, and 20-30 percent chardonnay grapes – produced from the region's most significant estate – gives the champagne body, flexibility, and delicacy. More than 100 wines are utilized in the blend to boost maturity and diversity while keeping the distinctive Moët character.
The signature blend of Moët & Chandon is Moët & Chandon champagne. This wine exemplifies the House's style, brilliant fruitiness, enticing palate, and graceful maturity.
ON THE EYES: beautifully bright, golden straw yellow with greenish touches.
ON THE NOSE: A zesty richness of green apple and citrus fruit, with a sparkling touch. Mineral nuances and white blossoms have a crispness about them. Brioche, grains, and fresh nuts characterize the refinement of mature blond notes.
ON THE PALATE: A palate that is generous while also being delicate. The delectable abundance of white fruits. Fine bubbles caress your skin. Citrus fruit and gooseberry subtleties have a sheer vivacity to them.
Moët Impérial is a classic with absolutely luscious, refined palate and remarkable brightness. The nebuchadnezzar, equivalent to 20 ordinary bottles, will add awe to your party.
Imperial Year 1869: Fill a coupette with Agave Syrup, Grapefruit Bitters, Orange-blossom Water, and Moët & Chandon Mot Impérial, then top with champagne. Garnish with a gypsophila sprig.
75 in French: In a shaker, combine the lemon juice, sugar syrup, and London Dry gin; strain into a highball glass. Garnish with lemon zest or a slice of lemon before adding the champagne.
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