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Moët & Chandon

Ice Imperial Rosé Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle

Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial Rosé has been specifically created to be enjoyed over ice in large Cabernet glasses, which accentuate the sensation of freshness. Reveal the codes of champagne tasting with style during your sunny days!

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    Moët Ice Impérial Rosé by Moët & Chandon is a vibrant, seductive and refreshing champagne with a predominantly red fruit taste. Exploding on its bed of ice cubes, Moët Ice Impérial Rosé develops the fruity flavours of summer. Moët Ice Experience : A simple ritual for a quality tasting. Place 3 ice cubes in a large Cabernet wine glass, pour in the Moët Ice champagne, wait a few moments and enjoy it ice cold!
    To the eye

    A deep and dense colour with amber highlights

    On the nose

    A fruity bouquet, with mainly fragrant red berries and morello cherries, as well as hints of juicy summer fruits (figs and nectarines) and a greedy note of grenadine.

    In the mouth

    Its flavours combine sweetness and firmness. The sweetness is reminiscent of berries. It disperses and becomes lighter, resulting in a harmonious balance between fruitiness and freshness. The finish is refreshing with the deliciously sweet and bitter notes of pink grapefruit. This is a surprising way to enjoy Rosé Champagne, combining freshness with the distinguished flavour of red fruit, the length on the palate not masking an energetic character.

    Food & champagne pairings
    Ideal operating temperature

    To appreciate all its finesse and aromas, champagne should be enjoyed chilled (but not iced). Depending on the cuvée, the ideal serving temperature is between 8 and 12°C.

    Potential of keeping

    Like all wines, champagne can be kept for varying lengths of time, depending on the type. Under optimal storage conditions, champagne can be kept for 1 to 2 years for Brut cuvées, and up to 4/5 years or even longer for vintage and prestige champagnes. Whatever happens, rest assured that you'll never be able to open your champagne too early, as the Champagne Houses only release their cuvées when they have reached perfect ripeness and are ready for immediate consumption.

    Assembly :
    45 to 55% Pinots Noirs, 35 to 45% Pinots Meuniers and 5 to 10% Chardonnays + 20 to 30% reserve wines.
    Vinification :
    18 months of maturation in cellars and 3 months of maturation after disgorgement.
    Dosage :
    38 g/liter

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