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Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier , Pinot Noir
Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut Rosé NV Review
Moët & Chandon is a family business that has interacted with royalty and heads of state. The house can also claim to be the first to have its bottle sprayed over onlookers in the 1967 Le Mans race. That's an impressive résumé, but what about the wine? The house maintains an elegant style across its line up and this rosé is no exception. This wine is all about the texture. You are greeted on the nose with subtle fruit-forward aromas that are tinged with minerality. The palate is elegant with soft delicate fruit and sexy perlage. This house makes some of the most lithe balanced wine in all of Champagne and this rosé is just scratching the surface.