Moët & Chandon


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Moët Réserve Impériale is a blooming, vinous expression of the Moët & Chandon style, a style distinguished by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity.

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The assemblage reflects the diversity and complementarity of the three grapes varietals :

The body of Pinot Noir: 40 to 50%

The suppleness of Pinot Meunier: 20 to 30%

The finesse of Chardonnay: 20 to 30%

of which 20 to 30% from specially selected reserve wines to enhance its maturity, complexity and constancy.

Dosage : 9 g/litre

Tasting notes

An elegant colour

  • golden yellow with shades of amber 

An enticing bouquet

  • Intense and radiant aromas revealing ripe summer fruits of nectarine, apricot and date
  • dark notes of cashews, roasted hazelnut and gingerbread
  • a fresh citrus note  

A structured palate combining density and freshness

  • the succulence of juicy ripe fruits (pear, peach, apricot)
  • the vinous density of stonefruits (plum and cherry)
  • a deliciously spicy nuance of cinnamon, refreshed by a touch of citrus
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Food pairing

Moët Réserve Impériale is a gastronomic champagne that pairs well with strong flavours and textures:

- A smoked fish salad
- A braised poultry with fried chanterelles
- Caramelised pears with almonds or gingerbread millefeuille with apricot coulis.
- Fresh game
- Strong-flavoured fish, red and white meat
- Dark-fleshed berries : blackberries, blackcurrants, blueberries
- Red-fleshed stonefruits : black cherries, morello cherries, red plums
- Strongly flavoured foods : turnips, celery, black radish, corn bread
- Chestnuts & toasted nuts : peanuts, cashews, grilled sesame seeds and cereals
- Gourmet mushrooms : girolles, chanterelles, porcini, shitake
- Spice bread, caramel, liquorice, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, dried herbs and spices