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Product of: France
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The House of Moët & Chandon was founded by Claude Moët in 1742, but it was his grandson, Jean-Rémy Moët who is credited for establishing the real foundations to what would become the world's largest champagne house with Brut Imperial the world's best-selling champagne. Read more
Sampled on 09/06/2012
Clear, pale golden with good persistence.
Subdued, lightly toasty with zesty lemon and faint salty lime cordial.
Moët has been described as "fatty, cardboardy and lacking character". Harsh words but considering the huge volumes Moët produces, it is not half bad with pleasant biscuityness and hints of fresh lemon zest. However, special it is not.
Lingering citrus acidity.
Closure: Champagne/cork & muselet wire cage