Champagne with some serious WOW factor! Or as winemaker Benoît Gouez puts it “a Champagne of refined complexity.” Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Champagne Brut
The Chef de Cave (fancy French name for Chief Winemaker) only produces Grand Vintage when he feels the grapes are of the highest standard and a first class wine can be crafted. It’s aged in Moet’s cellars for seven years before release, this is the 2002 release which was an awesome year for vintage Champagne.
This has been re-released over 18 years after vintage and it’s still drinking superbly! If you’ve got a taste for the fine stuff and cellar aged Champagne is your thing, this is a few hundred bucks well spent. But how about a hundred thousand bucks? That’s what it cost a few years ago to buy a very special six pack of Moet Grand Vintage from Harrods of London. Moet released a very special six pack of Grand Vintage from 1911 to celebrate 100 years! A hundred grand! Nuts.
Moet is the world’s number one selling Champagne brand, it’s also one of the most mis-pronounced wines around the globe! Not wanting to sound like a wine snob but Moet is actually “Mo-ette” with the ‘T’ prounounced.
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