Moët Réserve Impériale blooming - vinous - warm exclusive travel retail 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. Assemblage
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 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
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Moet & Chandon
Moet & Chandon Reserve Imperial Tripack 3x750ml
Price: $179.00 NZD
Duty and tax free price for international travellers