- Color: straw yellow color with pearl trim.
- Nose: intense and elegant aroma. His notes of tropical fruit (banana) and exotic fruit (papaya) are perceived with a subtle touch of dry futos (hazelnut) on an intense floral background.
- Palate: Very elegant. Attack along with a delicate palate. The notes of fruit and flowers are noticed again. It has a light presence of alcohol, but very well integrated. slow Final with a retro-taste to nuts
The marc de champagne is a spirit created in the wine region of Champagne in France. The preparation of this liquor in the traditional process involves the selection of pomace, seeds and stems of grapes of the area exclusively specifically grapes Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
These leftover grapes from the vinification of the champagnes are left for these pomace in the pressing process in the early stages of the production of Champagne. After fermentation the liquor becomes distilled and after this, it is sent to oak barrels where it remains stored for several years before it is ready for consumption.
Moët & Chandon:
The history of Moet & Chandon born in 1743 when Claude Moët, Epernay wine merchant, founded the Maison Moët. In 1833, the winery takes its name from Moet and Chandon with the entry into the management team of Pierre-Gabriel Chandon, son of Jean-Rémy Moët, grandson of the founder, director at the time of the company and a man of great entrepreneurial spirit; Then begins the great expansion of Moet & Chandon Champagne Europe and worldwide.
The Marc de Champagne is one of 30 translations of 'eaux-de-Vie' French, especially those used to describe spirits produced in the Champagne wine region.
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Perfect with sorbets or cold desserts with fruit.