Traditional vinification using the Méthode Champenoise.
Made from grapes grown on the most extensive estate in the region of 1,150 hectares. 50% of the grapes come from Grands Cru vineyards and 25% are from Premiers Cru vineyards.
Moët has been associated with the sparkle of success and glamour ever since the House was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. Moët et Chandon is now the leading vine-grower in Champagne, with the most extensive vineyards. Of their 1,150 hectares 50% are grands crus and 25% are premiers crus. Their cellars are located 10 to 30-meters under the chalky soil near Epernay. Moët & Chandon's cellars are the largest within the Champagne region, spanning 28km (aprox 17.4 miles). In this legendary subterranean labyrinth, the forces of nature have come together to create a uniquely ideal setting for the metamorphosis of choice fruit into the House's luxurious wine.
Rich chalk soil.
A pure, bright, airy bouquet, with a floral, fruity tone which unfolds into candied fruit, toasted notes and hints of liquorice. An opulent and complex palate with a delicate mousse, soft yellow fruits and a silky, refined finish. full flavoured, fine and precise Champagne with notes of toast, soft peach, a hint of liquorice and an opulent palate with a refined, silky finish.