The Champagne Imperial Reserve Maison Moet & Chandon is the most accomplished and universal expression. It is a vibrant, generous and seductive champagne, the symbolic cuvee of the house Moët & Chandon since 1869.
The Champagne Reserve Imperiale Maison Moet & Chandon is a wine made from a blend of 30 to 40% Pinot Noir, 30 to 40% Pinot Meunier and 20 to 30% Chardonnay. The grapes come from 200 different crus, in which the three Champagne grape varieties complement each other harmoniously with 20 to 30% of reserve wines, mainly selected.
The iconic Cuvee from Maison Moet and Chandon celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2019. A symbolic cuvee from Maison Moet & Chandon since 1869, Moet Impérial champagne is its most accomplished and universal expression. Moet Imperial incorporates all the diversity of grape varieties, all the richness of the terroirs and the grape harvests of Champagne, to attest, in its entirety, to the complexity that characterizes it.
Champagne tasting :
To the eye, a light golden straw yellow color, adorned with light green reflections.
On the nose, tangy intensity of green apple and citrus fruits, freshness of mineral nuances and white flowers and elegance of blond notes of maturity (brioche, cereals or even fresh nuts).
On the palate, tasty generosity of white-fleshed fruits (pear, peach, apple), seductive caress of a fine bubble, soft vivacity of citrus and redcurrant nuances.
The Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperiale champagne goes particularly well with sushi, scallops, oysters, white fish, white meats or even white fruit.