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"Grand Vintage" is a special designation given to champagne produced using grapes from a single exceptional year and is also notable for being aged much longer than non-vintage cuvées. At Moët & Chandon, prolonged aging allows champagne to develop greater aromatic complexity and richer structure.

To represent the lengthy cellar aging process, Baqué Molinié drew inspiration from tree rings found in the grand centennial oaks within the forest of Château de Saran, which appear upon each passing year.


The passage of time

To represent the precious and long period of maturation in the cellar, Atelier Baqué Molinié evoke the growth rings of the great centennial oaks in the forest of Château de Saran that appear year after year. Faceted like a golden liquid surface to suggest champagne, it also bears likeness to a vinyl record where time turns in music, recalling the generations of glittering festivities celebrated with Moët & Chandon.


900 Hours of Work

Leather covered in gold leaf with a shimmering surface of crushed gold pearl cannetilles, line embroidery of tube beading, pierced sparkles, and precious stones in gradients of gold, copper, and bronze.

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