Moet Chandon Vintage
Each Grand Vintage is unique, expressing the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master’s personal interpretation of the year.
A shimmering color: Bright, pale yellow with glints of green, and fine, persistent bubbles. A bouquet characterized by freshness: Initial notes of fresh white flowers evolve towards sweet, fragrant pastries, with occasional scents of fresh walnuts, hazelnuts and biscuits. In parallel, the fruit is crisp, freshly ripened, with aromas of pear, white peach and nectarine.
A HARMONIOUS PALATE
The attack is soft, supple and fluid. The palate then develops texture, with a softness like cashmere or felt. This initial softness gradually reveals a purity, the crisp structure lengthens, lingering, to offer an iodized, tangy finish, underscored by a mouthwatering hint of grapefruit.