INTRODUCING THE FIRST, LAST & ONLY CHAMPAGNE OF ITS KIND…MOËT & CHANDON’S GRAND VINTAGE 2009
Moët & Chandon proudly unveils its Grand Vintage 2009 in Blanc and Rosé, the Maison’s 73rd vintage, and Moët’s latest example of winemaking excellence and savoir-faire.
The creation of revered Chef de Cave, Benoît Gouez Grand Vintage 2009 has been carefully crafted to epitomise a most remarkable year in wine, defining its own unique, charismatic style through Gouez’s unparalleled expertise. Unlike Impérial, Moët’s signature non-vintage Champagne, blended from over 100 wines from different years’ harvests, this latest Grand Vintage is harvested from the grapes of 2009 alone, making it all the more exceptional.
A labour of passion, patience and great attention to detail, the Grand Vintage 2009 has been maturing in Moët’s cellars for the past seven years - four more years than the legal requirement for vintage champagnes. The result is an exceptionally accomplished and fulfilled champagne, with a complex, sophisticated palate.
Benoît Gouez, describes the Moët Grand Vintage 2009 Blanc as “…full-bodied and smooth” and notes how its unusually high assemblage of Pinot Noir affects the taste “with notes of honey and mild spices, underscored by a nuance of pink grapefruit.”
The latest addition to Moët & Chandon’s Grand Vintage Collection, one of Champagne’s most prestigious and highly-prized collections of vintage wines dating back to 1887, the new Grand Vintage 2009 is made for milestone moments.Press downloads
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