Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial Champagne 750ml

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Moët Ice is a highly sought after, unique champagne sensation. A perfect summer drink, Moët Ice is the first champagne that has been designed to be enjoyed over ice. Intense, fruity and fresh, Moët Ice combines fun and freedom, while remaining true to the Moët & Chandon style. This style is celebrated around the world for its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity. An exacting combination of Pinot Noir (40-50%) for its intense fruitiness, Pinot Meunier (30-40%) for its rich, melting mid palate sensation and Chardonnay (10-20%) for a refreshing finish.  Up to 30% of the blend is specially selected reserve wines used to enhance the assemblage to complete its intensity, richness and constancy.

Serve Moët Ice with a couple of ice cubes in a large cabernet-style glass, and enjoy with nibblies that heighten its freshness and aromatic intensity, containing mint, lime or white grapefruit, cucumber, ginger, cardamon and red berry fruits.

Tasting Note: Deep gold with amber highlights. An intense, fruity bouquet with mango, guava, nectarine, raspberry. A generous palate combining roundness and freshness, fruit salad, caramel and quince jelly, grapefruit and ginger notes.

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Non Vintage
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Sparkling White
Pinot Noir Chardonnay Pinot Meunier

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