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 73rd Grand Vintage Champagne.
If you love bloody good Champagne it’s a 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.
A seriously classy wine and comes beautifully presented in a Moet Grand Vintage branded gift box, delivered anywhere in NZ.
Note: This bottle has been carefully stored in our temperature controlled wine cellar.