At first sight, a subtle yellow gold color highlighting a reserved finesse. On the nose: there are notes of citrus, plum, liquid honey and brioche. On the palate: fresh summer fruits, surprising red grapefruit along with candied peel, roast chestnut and caramelized apple tart.
Creamy, with caramel tones in the flavor spectrum, along with apricot, grapefruit and a touch of mineral. The mousse is assertive, helped along by a chalky feel on the finish.
A beautiful shade of yellow, with touches of pink and gold. The bubbles are fine and very effervescent. On the nose the Veuve Clicquot Demi Sec is soft and pleasingly mature, reminiscent of crystallized fruit and patisserie. The nose is well balanced with wonderful depth. On the palate the wine is remarkably full, rounded and mature with intense fruit, suggesting ripe fruit or fruit tarts. The additional fullness brought by the extra sweetness is nicely balanced by the fresh finish. As this wine is more rounded than the traditional Brut Carte Jaune, it goes well with a variety of dishes: fish in particular and even some desserts that are not over sweet. Needless to say it is a delicious wine to drink on its own at any time of the day or night.
The wine has a luminous color with radiant rose accents. The nose is elegant and generous, with initial aromas of fresh red fruit (raspberry, wild strawberry, cherry and blackberry) leading to dried fruits and biscuit notes (almonds, apricots and brioche). On the palate, the fresh firstimpression is followed by a fruity harmonious sensation. In line with the style of the Veuve Clicquot House, the wine is perfectly balanced and combines elegance and personality.The wine works its magic - this delectable champagne is beautifully ample and full of charm. It is a delicious wine in early bloom, a Rosé with character, wonderful as an aperitif to be shared as a twosome or with dear friends.
This champagne has a pronounced clear and bright golden yellow appearance. Delicate bubbles give way into a majestic sustained mousse. First aromas of white pear, peach, walnut and dried apricot fruit give way to secondary more intense aromas of pepper, ginger and red fruits. On the palate the blend is clean and direct with delicate bubbles that reveal a magnificent mineral quality to the blend. It has excellent structure and an incredibly long finish with unforgettable elegance. As an aperitif with seafood tapas, or to serve with a main course such as Spider crab tagliarini and baby tomatoes or seabass a la plancha.
Traditional but exciting style of dry rosé, designed for dinner. Has a copper color, toasty aromas, firm texture and subtle fruit and spice flavors that linger on the finish.Harmonious assemblage of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.Color : rosé with shades of copper.Aroma : lively, expressive, dominated by the scent of wild strawberries.Palate : full-bodied, zestful, assertive fruitiness.
A wonderful combination of serenity and generosity. Notes of black currant and coffee lead to a vigorous, slightly aniseed and deliciously astringent finish. From an extraordinary year and an incomparable fruit, Moet & Chandon has created an ambitious, confident champagne. A wine that happily asserts its elegant structure, its spectacular solidity, and its sunny personality.
First, Brut Yellow Label looks beautiful: golden-yellow, with a foaming necklace of tiny bubbles. Next it is so pleasing to the nose: initially reminiscent of white fruits and raisins, then of vanilla and later of brioche.
The Grand Vintage is an extraordinary wine, offering from the very first encounter, all round pleasure that is completely seductive. This vintage is splendidly free, tremendously assertive, distinguished yet delightfully spirited and mischievous.
The wine has a luminous, brilliant gold color. The fine bubbles rise delicately, forming a chain of little beads before gently disappearing. The initial bouquet is elegant, opening on to aromas of crunchy fresh fruit (bush peach), citrus fruit and a mineral touch that comes from our chalky soils. The notes of violet and lilac are reminiscent of spring fragrances, and later on, notes of a more "bready" style, (hazelnut, crystallised quince, fresh butter) gradually take over. On the palate the opening is clean-cut. The Vintage has a generous freshness; the Pinot Noir intensifies its role, lending body to a tense, very lively wine.
La Grande Dame Rose has a brilliant and limpid robe, situated between copper and salmon. The first nose is already very expressive, with fruity (strawberry, pink grapefruit, quince) and spicy notes (pepper, cinnamon) at the forefront against a refined mineral background. When the wine is rotated, more gourmet aromas of fruit appear (griotte cherry and blackberry jam), interwoven with the flavor of brioche.