Introducing the brand new Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial Signature Version
Moët & Chandon just lately launched a “Signature” limited-edition bottle of its common Rosé Impérial, celebrating the Home’s lengthy heritage of generosity and savoir-fête, with an outstanding modern look. The brand new Signature version is definitely impressed by the glamorous and extroverted character contained in each single bottle of Rosé Impérial.
The creative design of this particular bottle has been imagined as an attractive distinction between the darkish brilliance of the Pinot Noir grapes that make this champagne and a trendy rose gold brush mark that reveals the brand new label. The label itself has been impressed by the model’s 19th century signature, with a metallic pink look that contrasts superbly with the matt black bottle.
The assemblage of this restricted version Rosé Impérial displays the particular range and complementarity of the three grapes varietals that make this champagne, with a dominance of Pinot Noir, boasting an depth of 40 to 50%, the roundness of Pinot Meunier, with an depth of 30 to 40%, and complemented by the class of the Chardonnay, between 10 to 30%.
The champagne is produced from specifically chosen crimson and white reserve wines, to boost their depth, subtlety and fidelity. These wines are slowly blended collectively to protect the extraction, the distinctive aromas, their construction and to get that signature pink shade with amber highlights all of us love.
Because of this, the Rosé Impérial is a multi-faceted and intriguing rosé, with a bewitching bouquet, that completely enhances a variety of dishes. This limited-run Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial Signature version could be one of the best champagne to have fun the second when all our lives return to regular.