He Moët Imperial , The most emblematic champagne of the "Maison", is the perfect companion to celebrate your achievements with moments of success and glamor, with generosity and greatness. Created in 1869, it embodies the unique style of Moët & Chandon, which is distinguished by a Live fruit, a seductive palate and elegant maturity .
Moët has been associated with the glitter of success and glamor since Claude Moët founded the Maison in 1743 . These are the values they share and the values that inspired the grandson of the founder, Jean-Remy Moët, to share his champagne with the world, a man with a true spirit of triumph and leadership and the person responsible for establishing Moët's reputation as The most appreciated champagne in the world.
Creating new ways to celebrate with champagne is a hallmark of Moët & Chandon. Some of his first emblematic gestures were to uncork bottles with a saber and to baptize ships. The twentieth century witnessed more pioneering gestures that are still today settled traditions. For example, did you know that the euphoric spray of Champagne after a sporting victory has its origin in the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1967? And the champagne pyramid, the dazzling waterfall of sparkling bubbles that illuminates the most glamorous parties and receptions around the world? Both are Overflowing festivity symbols created by Moët.
Thanks to the best of the Traditional crafts Supported by the New technologies , Allows Moët to ensure that the legendary quality and style of their champagne never fails.
The most important female characters in history have contributed to the fame of Moët & Chandon. Bonaparte's mother, as well as his wife Josefina, were excellent ambassadors under the first Empire.
The house Moët Chandon has been located, for more than two centuries, in the heart of Champagne. With the mountains of Reims to the front and the Marnes Valley to the west, it has been striving since then to value this unique land in which it has about 800 hectares of vineyards cultivated and maintained by 250 winemakers. A single hectare requires more than 750 hours of meticulous care to create exceptional wines. Under the influence of Moët & amp; Chandon, the vineyard of Champagne has since 1927 a Denomination of Origin, which became one of the first DOC in 1935. In addition, in order to guarantee a selection of varieties as broad as possible with which to reflect the nuances of the soil and climate of the Champagne region, Moët & Chandon buys grapes from other winemakers. The three varieties of Champagne, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay are always present, with their complementarities and their synergies.
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