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Grand Vintage Moët & Chandon 2004

White fruitFood-friendly wine
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12.5%

0.75L

Intensity

A champagne matured for 7 years in the cellar: very harmonious, generous and unctuous. It can pair with a wide variety of dishes, from small canapés to poultry dishes. More info

Quantity : 1 bottleObservations : 1 Slightly torn label, 1 Marginally marked labelLevel : 1 NormalOrigin : private individualRecoverable VAT : noRegion : ChampagneAppellation : ChampagneOwner : Moët & Chandon
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Lot presentation

Grand Vintage Moët & Chandon 2004

The wine

After its seven years in the cellar, Moët & Chandon's "Grand Vintage" always reveals plenty of harmony, precision and maturity. A champagne which is all about pleasure and high quality.

About the Producer Moët & Chandon

Dom Perignon, a Benedictine monk, appointed cellarer in the Hautvillers Abbaye in 1668, marked his time in contributing to the development of champagne, originally designed to be a "still" wine (without bubbles). The advent of Napoleon, a friend of Jean-Remy Chandon in 1804, marks the beginning of an era of uninterrupted commercial success for Moët & Chandon, which is now globally renowned. "The" Dom Perignon, cuvee prestige of the house, is certainly the most famous champagne in the world. Sold from 1936 (the vintage 1921, produced only 300 copies), it experienced immediate worldwide success. This wine, bottled in a particular eighteenth-century flask-shaped bottle, is produced only in the best years. The volume of bottles of Dom Perignon produced is a secret jealously guarded by the LVMH group, now owners of Moët & Chandon.

Detailed characteristics

Quantity : 1 bottle

Level : 1 NormalObservations : 1 Slightly torn label, 1 Marginally marked label

Origin : private individual

Type of cellar : underground, natural cellar

Recoverable VAT : no

Original wooden case / Original case : no

French customs seal : yes

Alcohol percentage : 12.5 %

Region : Champagne

Appellation : Champagne

Owner : Moët & Chandon

Vintage : 2004

Colour : sparkling white

Service temperature :

Viticulture : conventional More information....

Intensity : classic secondary fermentation

Leading aroma : white fruit

Tasting occasion : food-friendly wine

Grape variety : Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
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Grand Vintage Moët & Chandon 2004

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