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Brut Imperial Rosé Champagne by Moët & Chandon

Brut Imperial Rosé Champagne

by Moët & Chandon

Producer : Moët & Chandon

Region : Champagne (France), France (France)

Bottle Per Case : 1 x 750 ml

Food Pairing : Breads, Caviar, Cocktail, Duck breast, Foie gras, Sweets, Vegetables, White Meat

Tasting Notes

"Textbook from the mousse onward, this salmon-hued blend of primarily Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier with a smaller percentage of Chardonnay emits aromas of raspberry and yeastiness that make room for flashes of apricot, almond, and floral notes; the palate, meanwhile, sits in the center of the Venn diagram linking consummate freshness to red-berry fruitiness to elegance, framed by the slightest of tannins."

93 points - The Somm Journal


Bottles Per Case Single Bottles
Point Score 90
Cellaring Drink Now or Cellar
Sweetness XD - Extra Dry See Sweetness Chart
Bottle Size 750 ml
Producer Moët & Chandon
Region Champagne (France), France (France)
Alcohol 12% alc./vol.
Style Sparkling
Vintage N/V
Farming Method Organic, Sustainable, Traditional
Grapes Chardonnay
Food Pairing Breads, Caviar, Cocktail, Duck breast, Foie gras, Sweets, Vegetables, White Meat
Descriptors Floral, Fruity
Wine Type Sparkling
Wood Presence Oaked
Body Medium
Price of Case $99.99

The Producer

Moët & Chandon

Moët & Chandon, also known simply as Moët, stands as a distinguished French winery and is a part of the luxury conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE. Recognized as one of the globe's major producers of champagne and a prominent champagne house, Moët et Chandon was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. Presently, it possesses an extensive 1,190 hectares (2,900 acres) of vineyards and annually crafts around 28,000,000 bottles of champagne.

Originally established as Moët et Cie in 1743 by Épernay wine trader Claude Moët, the winery initiated the shipment of its wines from Champagne to Paris. The era of King Louis XV witnessed a surge in the demand for sparkling wine, leading to Moët et Chandon gaining a clientele that included nobility and aristocrats, especially after Claude-Louis, the son, joined the business.

In 1833, the company underwent a name change to Moët et Chandon when Pierre-Gabriel Chandon de Briailles, Remy Moët's son-in-law, became a partner alongside Jean-Remy Moët, the grandson of Claude Moët.

The introduction of the concept of vintage champagne in 1840 paved the way for Moët to launch its first vintage in 1842. The renowned Brut Imperial, a best-selling brand, made its debut in the 1860s. Another iconic label, Dom Perignon, named after the legendary Benedictine monk considered the 'Father of Champagne,' became part of Moët in 1927, having been previously owned by Champagne Mercier.

In a series of significant mergers, Moët & Chandon joined forces with Hennessy Cognac in 1971 and later with Louis Vuitton in 1987, giving rise to LVMH (Louis-Vuitton-Moët-Hennessy), the world's largest luxury group, with a staggering net revenue exceeding 16 billion euros in fiscal 2004. Notably, Moët & Chandon held a royal warrant as the official supplier of champagne to Queen Elizabeth II.


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