Moet & Chandon’s newest champagne released is its 74th vintage release dubbed the ‘Grand Vintage’. The rare and unique champagne rises above the problems presented by the 2012 growing season and provides a mature complexity, expressing the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master’s personal interpretation of the year

Evoking the transition from spring to summer, it is gentle yet fresh and balances providing harmony in flavor and texture. A blend of 33% Pinot Noir, 25% Meunier and 41% Chardonnay, the champagne has been aged at least five years in cellars and at least six months after disgorging.

Moët & Chandon champagne

With hits of green, the bright pale yellow provides floral sweet notes with the scents of fresh nuts and hazelnuts along with fresh ripe stonefruit.

Containing 12.50% alcohol by volume, the champagne is best when served at 10-12°C. Good to drink from now until 2025, the bottle should be stored in a dark place away from vibrations and kept between 8-10°C.