Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial NV Champagne 750ml

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Coming from one of the most reputable champagne houses, Moët & Chandon Non-Vintage delights the most avid of champagne enthusiasts. Wine from a specific year is blended with reserve wines from carefully selected earlier years to grant Bur Imperial NV a consistently reliable air of distinction, character and quality, year to year. 

One of the most popular champagne labels on the market, Moët NV emerges elegant and harmonious, an exquisite blend of the best Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grapes. Boasting a well-balanced mellowness and promising an exceptional champagne experience.

Tasting Note: Aromas of white-fleshed fruits; apple, pear, white peach, lemon, lime blossom and elegant blond notes of brioche and fresh nuts. Richly flavoured and smooth, this wine combines elegance, finesse and fullness, followed by a delicate, fresh crispness.

Additional Details

SKU:
11216
Age:
Non Vintage
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
12
Region:
France
Style:
Sparkling White
Varietal:
Pinot Noir Chardonnay Pinot Meunier

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