Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage 2015 Bundle
Moët & Chandon Extra Brut Grand Vintage 2015
Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2015 evokes an awakening, the first rays of a day full of promise – a luminous morning aura. The 76th vintage in the history of the House, it is an initiation into Moët & Chandon’s journey of light.
On the eye: A light golden hue with fine, persistent bubbles.
On the nose: Initial notes of breadcrumbs, fresh brioche and almond paste give way to elderflower and jasmine, then to fruit such as white peach and watermelon.
On the palate: Generous, ample and supple in structure, reminiscent of the cotton flower. Floral, aniseed and mentholated nuances bring lightness and freshness. The finish lingers on a delicate bitterness evoking fresh almonds.
This champagne calls for delicate flavors that will not overwhelm the palate. It beckons delicate spices that complement the tenderness of a fish or meat dish, slow cooked. Ideal choices are delicate and exotic white fruits, light and herby jus, small green vegetables.
Moët & Chandon Extra Brut Grand Vintage Rose 2015
Each Grand Vintage Rosé is unique, expressing the Moët & Chandon’s Cellar Master's personal interpretation of the year. The 45th vintage rosé in the House’s history, the Grand Vintage Rosé 2015 has a truly unique character. Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2015 is a wine marked by a somptuous palate, most unexpected for a year of such ardent sun. Its story is one of a harnessed power, channeled intensity and irresistible light.
On the nose: A black fruit bouquet with hints of spice. Initial aromas of dark berries. Hints of fig and wild strawberry combine with spicy notes of pink, aromatic peppercorn, and allspice. Flowery garrigue aromas linger on the nose.
On the palate: The fruit is concentrated, dark and deep. The tannins create angles, revealing facets like a jewel in the rough. A mouthwatering bitterness of sloe and cranberry with notes of mint and aniseed refreshes the finish.
Choose warm and toasty flavors to complement this champagne's maturity, and serve with a sharp or slightly bitter sauce to match grapefruit notes on the finish.