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Grand Vintage Philosophy

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Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage champagnes, unlike most champagnes, are made from the grapes of a single exceptional year.

Each Grand Vintage is unique. Each possesses the distinctive, imitable qualities of that year’s outstanding grapes, qualities which have been elevated to their fullest expression through the savoir-faire, experience and expertise of Moët & Chandon and the House’s chef de cave.
Since 1842, the House has released 74 vintage champagnes. Moët & Chandon possesses one of the world’s most prestigious collection of vintage champagnes, all of which are safeguarded in the Grand Vintage Reserve cellars.

You can find the Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection at fine restaurants and exclusive wine merchants.

Discover our Grands
Vintages

Grand Vintage 2012

  • Fresh
  • Harmony
  • Softness

Each Grand Vintage is unique, expressing the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master's personal interpretation of the year. 2012 is...

Grand Vintage Rosé 2012

  • Coral
  • Delicate
  • Fresh

Each Grand Vintage is unique, expressing the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master's personal interpretation of the year. 2012 is our 43rd Grand Vintage Rosé...

Grand Vintage 2009

  • Accomplished
  • Envelopping
  • Fulfilled

Every Grand Vintage is unique and original, the Cellar Master’s free, personal interpretation in service of revealing... 

Grand Vintage Rosé 2009

  • Accomplished
  • Delectable
  • Joyous

Every Grand Vintage is unique and original, the Cellar Master’s free, personal interpretation in service of revealing... 

Grand Vintage 2013

  • Autumnal
  • Chiselled
  • Energetic

Each Grand Vintage is unique and expresses the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master’s personal interpretation of the year...

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