Moet et Chandon Brut Imperial, NV

Produced by Moet et Chandon

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Moet et Chandon

Claude Moet, a wine-trader from an old family resident in the Champagne region since the 14th century, founded his own house in Epernay in 1743. His grandson, Jean-Remy Moet, helped the house expand by opening it up to foreign markets in the 19th century. Jean-Remy Moet handed the house over to his son and his son-in-law Pierre-Gabriel Chandon. It then took on the Moet et Chandon name. The house`s vineyards cover over 700 hectares, by far the largest in the Champagne region. Moet et Chandon is today one of the leaders in the export game - the house sells over 80% of production to foreign markets. The latest advances in sustainable viticulture to preserve and protect the environment is one of their modern accomplishments.

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Moet et Chandon


What is it about Champagne? The first choice for celebrations of love, success and life's rites of passage for generations, the exclusive sparkling wines from the Champagne region of France hold a special place in the world of wine. The most northerly of France's wine regions, Champagne's history of sparkling wines dates back to 1668 when Dom Perignon, a local monk, is said to have created the method still used to produce Champagne today. The chalky soils of Champagne are home to Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, all employed in a typical Champagne blend. The northerly location of the vineyards means that ripening can be a problem, so using a blend of grapes is critical. Most typically made in a brut, or dry style, non-vintage (NV) Champagne is a blend of wines from a number of years. Vintage champagnes, made only in the best years, are aged extensively before release, creating richer, biscuity flavours.

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Champagne Blend

Champagne, one of the world’s most well-known wine styles, is typically made from a combination of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier wines. Simply, Pinot Noir adds structure, Chardonnay adds weight and Pinot Meunier backs them up while ripening early, ensuring growers can harvest some grapes while avoiding potential frosts. Each Champagne house has a different style, and proportionately uses the wines in order to emulate this. Blancs de Blancs, a commonly labelled style, is made from 100% Chardonnay.

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