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Clink Clink: A Toast to the Best Drops From Moët & Chandon

Synonymous with glitz, glamour and success, Moët & Chandon is one the most well-known and highly regarded champagne brands in the world. Founded in 1743 by Claude Moët, the Champagne House we know as Moët & Chandon today once filled the glasses of nobles and aristocrats. And while a glass of Moët is now enjoyed by many across the world, each bottle still holds that same elegance and glamour that makes you feel like royalty.

The Largest Champagne House in the World

Producing around 30 million bottles a year, Moët & Chandon accounts for around 10 per cent of all champagnes produced from the Champagne region.

The incredibly successful champagne house also produces Dom Perignon and Hennessy and are co-partners of the largest luxury group in the world, LVMH (Louis-Vuitton-Moët-Hennessy). Putting it simply, they are a force to be reckoned with in the luxury space.

Oh, and another important thing to note: despite what the pronunciation rules of French might suggest, Moët is pronounced ‘mo-wet’ as the Moët family is originally from the Netherlands.

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Moët Impérial

Created in 1869, the Moët Impérial is the House’s most iconic drop. Perhaps even the most iconic drop, ever. Created from more than 100 different wines, this champagne can be easily distinguished by its fruity flavours and elegant blond notes.

Rosé Impérial

Delivering intense flavours of wild strawberry, raspberry, cherry as well as a slight hint of pepper, the Rosé Impérial is a wonderfully summery champagne that boasts an expressive and intense palate.

Ice Impérial

As the first and only champagne created specifically to be enjoyed over ice, Moët’s Ice Impérial is another fun and fruity champagne that stands out from the crowd. Offering mango and guava flavours, Ice Impérial is the ultimate summer beverage.

Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Brut 2012

Each Grand Vintage is the result of the Cellar Master’s interpretation of the year. Earning rave reviews, the 2012 Grand Vintage is Moët’s 74th and offers a bouquet characterised by freshness.

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