Each Grand Vintage is unique, expressing Moët & Chandon's Cellar Master's personal interpretation of the year. The 75th Grand Vintage in the House's history, this 2013's maturity is immediately apparent.
Light golden yellow colour with fine, persistent bubbles. The wine’s maturity is immediately apparent, with autumnal notes of roasted chestnuts, toasted buckwheat, rich nuts, honey and nougat. White fruit is then revealed, reminiscent of a mealy apple or a beautifully ripe pear. Scents of iodine, dried flowers and pine sap complete the aromatic bouquet. The palate is direct and energetic, supported by lively yet delicate acidity, and a finely polished structure, enveloped by a refined, grainy texture. The wine finishes with a pleasant hint of white grapefruit bitterness.
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