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Champagne Ice Impérial Rosé

  • Luscious
  • Refreshing
  • Vibrant

Ice Impérial Rosé, is the first and only rosé champagne especially created to be enjoyed on ice. A new champagne tasting experience that brings together pleasure, freshness and the free spirit of summer time.

 

BLEND

 

 

A MAJORITY OF PINOT NOIR WINES
45 to 55%
PINOT MEUNIER WINES
35 to 45%
CHARDONNAY WINES
5%-10% for a refreshing finish

Angular and vinous, Pinot noir wines were chosen for both the intensity of the fruit and the structural integration of the dosage.
Round and fleshyPinot meunier wines were selected to add richness and middle notes of harmony and suppleness.
Chardonnay wines add a polished acidity. 

20% to 30% of especially selected reserve wines round out the assemblage by enhancing its intensity, richness and consistency.

Dosage: 38 g/liter

 

TASTING NOTES

A gleaming color

  • Vivid pink
  • With golden highlights

A vibrant, fruity bouquet

  • Mainly scents of fragrant red berries and cherries: morello cherry, lingonberry and cranberry
  • Nuances of juicy summer fruits: fig and nectarine
  • An appetizing note of grenadine

A LUSCIOUS PALATE COMBINING SWEETNESS AND FIRMNESS

The sweetness reminiscent of berries disperses and becomes lighter

A harmonious balance of fruitiness and freshness

A refreshing finish with a deliciously bittersweet note of pink grapefruit

Cherry
Cranberry
Fig
Perfect serve
1

Place the bottle in a champagne bucket, fill with ice cubes and add water. Leave for at least 15 minutes before serving.

2

Take out the bottle, wipe it carefully, then gently pull away the black tab.

3

Unfasten the wire cage without removing it completely while keeping the cork in place with the thumb.

4

Grasp the base of the bottle and twist it gently away from the cork (rather than twisting the cork away from the bottle). Gently remove the cork.

5

Fill each glass two-thirds full. Ladies first, of course... and enjoy your guests enjoying the magic of Moët!

« Much like his champagne, as soon as Monsieur Moët enters the rooms boredom disappears. »
Attributed to a contemporary of Jean-Remy Moët