Ice, Ice, Baby! Moet & Chandon Ice Rose Imperial is so cool – literally! Moet Ice Rose was the world’s first Champagne made especially to be enjoyed over ice.
Drop a few ice cubes into Moet & Chandon Ice Rose Imperial and sip away. It’s known a known as a demi-sec style Champagne (it’s a bit sweeter) with flavours of luscious summer fruit flavours like red berries, cherries and cranberries!.
How about turning Moet Ice Rose into a tasty, fruity cocktail? Swap the flute for a large wine glass, add three ice cubes and chuck in mint leaves, lime zest and summer fruits like strawberries and raspberries. Bliss!
Here’s a little history factoid you might not know about Moet. Originally known as “Moët et Cie” (Moët & Co) and established by Claude Moët in 1793. In 1833, and now under the guidance of Claude’s grandson Jean-Remy Moët, the company changed name to Moët et Chandon after Pierre-Gabriel Chandon de Briailles, Remy Moët’s son-in-law, joined the company.
Moet is the world’s number one selling Champagne brand, it’s also one of the most mis-pronounced wines around the globe! Without wanting to sound like a wine snob, Moet is actually “Mo-ette” with the ‘T’ prounounced.