has been an emblematic cuvée from Champagne House Moët & Chandon
since 1869. This champagne distinguishes itself with its fruitiness, its tasty palate and its elegance. Its sparkling robe is elegantly gilded, adorned with green reflexions. On the nose, it is radiant and fruity on white fruit and citrusy notes, as well as more floral and light notes of linden-tree, brioche and fresh nuts... This champagne
is delicious and melted on the palate, combining generosity and refinement, with a crunchy and softly fresh finish.
Parker : 88 / 100
J. Suckling : 88 / 100
Wine Advocate-Parker :
Moët's white golden NV Impérial Brut is an assemblage of equal parts of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (30% to 40% of each) and a smaller proportion of Chardonnay. Bright and fresh fruit aromas of yellow apples, ripe pears and lemons, along with floral flavors and a hint of stones and almond croissant lead to a medium-bodied, elegant, pretty intense and well structured palate; it has nice freshness and generous fruit. The finish reveals a stimulating grip and a moderate sweetness (dosage is nine grams per liter). Very good and less sweet than in former years. (Lot LAI2C)