There are so many reasons to celebrate and pop a bottle of champagne that brings out the magnificence of the invitation; Birthdays, anniversaries, holidays and even a ship’s first meeting with the sea… If you ask us, any time of the day is a good time to drink some champagne.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect bottle to serve at brunch, the right tub to give as a gift, or the perfect sip to celebrate a special occasion, we’ve taken the guesswork out of choosing. We have uncorked one of our favorite bottles, Moët&Chandon, for you, which we are sure will please every palate.
Since its founding in 1743, Moët&Chandon has been passing on its unique champagne-making skills from generation to generation with an innovative and pioneering spirit.
The brand, produced in the Champagne Region of France, which gives its name to champagne, has the largest and most magnificent vineyard land in the town. Its quality felt from the first sip; We can say that it owes its debt to the grape varieties Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Meunier.
The whole process is very important in making a good champagne. The underground Moët&Chandon cellars are one of the most extensive cellars in the region, with a length of more than 28 kilometers. The fermentation process of the drink is completed under optimum humidity and temperature conditions.
In this sense, the brand ages what the soil gives and re-presents it with a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and elegant maturity.
Did you know?
- Champagne is filled with carbon dioxide during natural fermentation. This causes foam to be released when we open the lid. The more you shake the bottle, the greater the explosion effect.
- Fingers and palms heat the champagne, disrupting the balance of aroma and taste. For this reason, it is necessary to hold the glass from the foot, not the body.
- Although the raw materials of both are the same, the most distinguishing feature between the two is that wine goes through a single fermentation process and champagne goes through two fermentation processes.
- Spirits produced only in the Champagne Region are called champagne. The drink produced with the same method in other regions is called sparkling wine. And this issue is protected by law.