Moet & Chandon

Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperial Champagne

Moet Reserve Imperial is a non-vintage brut champagne. Moet uses reserve wines to enhance its maturity, complexity, and constancy. However, it has very limited availability in North America and has not been reviewed or rated.

Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperial
Sweetness Level:
Category: Basic Prestige Cuvée: No
Ratings (on a scale of 100)
Champagne 411 na na   Average Retail Price
Wine Enthusiast na na   (750 ml bottle) $55
Wine Spectator na na    

Tasting Notes
Appearance: na
Aroma/bouquet: na
Palate: na
Additional comments: Fine Wine 411 has not reviewed this champagne to date.
When to drink: na

Reserve Imperial Details

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Label: Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperial
Moet and Chandon
Wine Category:
Sparkling Wine
Region & Country:
Champagne, France
Type (Style):
Sweetness Level: Brut
Dosage: 9 grams per liter
Prestige cuvée: No
Vineyards: NA
Grapes: 40%-50% Pinot Noir, 20%-30% Pinot Meunier, 20%-30% Chardonnay
Alcohol: na

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Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperial

Moet and Chandon uses the méthode champenoise for their champagne production. The Reserve Imperial is composed of 40%-50% Pinot Noir, 20%-30% Pinot Meunier and 20%-30% Chardonnay. 20% to 30% is from specially selected reserve wines. Moet and Chandon Reserve Imperial is given a dosage of 9 g/l. Moet and Chandon routinely ages their non-vintage champagne a minimum of 3 years on the lees, twice the legal aging requirement in Champagne. Moet and Chandon Imperial is typically ready to drink at release and good for 3 or more years.

Recent Moet Brut Champagne Labels

Non-Vintage Brut

Vintage Brut

Vintage Prestige Cuvee Brut

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