A classic champagne that brings pleasure to all occasions.
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Moet & Chandon is one of the most highly regarded names in champagne. Their Imperial Brut NV is one of the most consumed champagnes in the world. The wine is both alluring, generous and vibrant offering profound fruit aromas such as citrus, green apple, and pear, with after tones of brioche, biscuit and a hint of smoke. The wine has a generous mouthfeel with fine bottles and well-balanced acidity. Moet & Chandon's Imperial Brut is a delicious wine for any occaison.
90 | Vinous, Josh Reynolds,tasted January 2015
(roughly 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Pinot Meunier and 15% Chardonnay; 9 g/l dosage; LAIBG): Light, bright yellow. Musky pear and toasty lees on the nose and in the mouth. Fleshy and open-knit, with a hint of bitter lemon pith adding back-end cut. Finishes on a gently smoky note, with very good cling and focus and a hint of bitter quinine. This must be the best example of this bottling that I've had in years, if not decades. In the past the Imperial Brut received a dosage of 12 g/l, but no more; in fact, there's talk that in the near future it may be dropped down as far as 7 g/l.
87 | Wine Advocate, William Kelley, tasted April 2019
The latest release of the NV Brut Imperial is showing quite well, exhibiting an attractive bouquet of smoky pears, warm bread and dried white flowers. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, with a youthfully frothy mousse, ripe acids and a nicely balanced but somewhat fleeting finish. Given the sheer quantities produced, it's a very impressive effort.
15 | Jancisrobinson.com, Richard Hemming MW
As classic as champagne gets, as you might expect. Soft, balanced, reasonably dry (but by no means austere), simple fruit character and not much in the way of persistence. Autolysis is at a minimum, but the mousse is very well integrated. Very drinkable, very straightforward.