Moët & Chandon declares 2009 a Grand Vintage
Moët & Chandon’s Grand Vintage 2009, the Maison’s 73rd vintage is an authentic example of winemaking excellence and savoir-faire. Matured for 7 years, this accomplished champagne is destined to be eternally unique, as the expression of a singular harvest.
Grand Vintage 2009 is a fulfilled and enveloping extra brut champagne with a distinctive Pinot Noir influence (50% of its assemblage). “The Pinot Noir’s controlled power is the very backbone of Grand Vintage 2009. This is noteworthy because the proportion of Pinot Noir has not been this high in a Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage since 1996.” said Benoît Gouez, Chef de Cave at Moët & Chandon.
Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage champagnes are aged wines of distinguished character, first created in 1842 to meet the demands of British and American connoisseurs for more mature wines. Every Grand Vintage is original, created around the Chef de Cave’s freedom of interpretation, selection of the year’s most remarkable wines, and respect for the individuality of each vintage.
First launched at London’s Somerset House in September, it is now available globally at selective retailers and at the most exquisite bistros, to celebrate milestone moments as well as share epicurean experiences with gourmet delights.
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