Moët & Chandon

Grand Vintage
Rosé 2006

Powerful - Expansive - Gracious

Every Grand Vintage is unique and original, the cellar master’s personal, free interpretation in service of the singular qualities of that year’s grapes.

Grand Vintage Rosé 2006 is the perfect embodiment of the Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage spirit, a sprit founded on three essential values:

  • freedom of interpretation
  • selection of the year’s most remarkable wines
  • individuality of the vintage to create champagnes distinguished by their maturity, complexity and charisma.

The year's climate and harvest


Pinot Noir: 47% (of which 23% red wine)

Chardonnay: 33%

Meunier: 20 %

Dosage: 5g/litre

Tasting notes

The House’s 40th vintage rosé, Grand Vintage Rosé 2006 is a mature and generous wine. Initial notes of biscuit and spice bread preceding aromas of cherry, prune and damson plum enriched by botanical nuances of wild herbs, rosemary, saffron and dried rose petals, along with a resinous, saline-inflected finish, come together to make this champagne a powerful, expansive, gracious wine.