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NV Moet et Chandon Nectar Imperial
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About Moet et Chandon

Before you heard about it in Kanye West’s songs, Moet et Chandon was the drink of French kings, Russian tzars and Napoleon I himself. For as long as it’s been around—since 1743 to be exact—Moet has been the drink of the rich and famous.

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NV Moet et Chandon Nectar Imperial

Producer: Moet et Chandon
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Champagne Blend
Origin: France
Region: Champagne

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87 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2009

($40; LAEZU) Yellow-gold with a faint peach skin tinge. Peach, nectarine and spun sugar on the nose. Lush, creamy flavors of sweet pit fruits and melon are deepened by notes of honey and nougat. A touch of orange peel lifts this sappy, off-dry wine, which finishes on a slightly syrupy note. This is easier to drink and less cloying than many examples of sweet Champagne.

87 Points | Wine Spectator
85 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Price point stunner
by Landschoot13451877
A decent champagne for the money. It is missing some of the toasty qualities of others in the region, yet there is no cloying sweetness. Nice range of thick brulee like texture and bubbly mouth feel. Instead of cava, pair with a salty, sheep's milk cheese like Roncal from Spain.
by CalKeystone
Great balance of sweetness/fruit and dryness.
Wonderful Champagne
by Wilson12030863
Medium bubbles, fruity overtones, wonderful mouth feel, light on bouquet. One of my two favorite champagnes!

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About Champagne

Champagne-making is the highly refined art of blending base wines into a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. These component wines come from different grape varieties (the white grape Chardonnay and the red varieties Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) and from different villages and vineyards. And because only four or five harvests per decade...
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