Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial
|Grape||Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay|
|Brand||Moët & Chandon|
MOËT IMPERIAL BRUT. THE LIVING LEGEND.
The flagship of Moët & Chandon, Moët Impérial Brut is the most accomplished and universal expression of its style. It reflects the diversity and complementarities of the three champagne grapes and the richness of the region’s best vineyards to reveal the magic of the world’s most loved champagne.
Moët Impérial Brut distinguishes itself by a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and an elegant maturity, that continually seduce and delight.
Moët Impérial Brut is a harmonious blend of the most diverse selection of crus in Champagne, with a perfect balance of the three champagne grape varieties (30% to 40% Pinot Noir, 30% to 40% Pinot Meunier, 20% to 30% Chardonnay). The use of 20% to 30% of carefully selected reserve wines completes the assemblage and enhances its maturity, complexity and consistency.
The color is an elegant golden straw yellow with green highlights.
Its aromas reveal a bright fruitiness – apple, pear, white peach and citrus fruits (lemon) – with floral nuances (lime blossom) and elegant blond notes (brioche and fresh nuts).
The palate is seductive and lively, combining smoothness with finesse, elegance with radiance and followed by a delicate fresh finish to reveal the magical balance of champagne.
Moët Impérial Brut can be served as a prelude to dinner and all the way through to dessert. It is perfect with sushi and dumplings, shellfish and fish in light sauces, poached, roasted, or lightly sauced white meats, and fresh fruit salads that are not too sweet.
The legendary Moët & Chandon is celebrating 270 years as the world’s most loved champagne. For over a quarter of a millennium, the renowned French winemaker has been sharing the magic of champagne across the globe. Every glass overflows with the House’s hallmark values of history, generosity, savoir-faire, success, boldness and elegance—values still at the heart of its global appeal.
Toward the end of the 18th century, Jean-Remy Moët, grandson of founder Claude Moët, became famous as the man who introduced champagne to the world. The important figures of the era, from the Marquise de Pompadour to Talleyrand to Napoleon quickly fell in love with the House’s effervescent wine. Moët & Chandon was soon the icon of success and elegance that it remains to this day.