Rosé Impérial

Rosé Impérial is a radiant fruity champagne, the summit of what is extraverted and glamorous about Moët & Chandon’s style. This champagne delight with its radiant color, its intense fruitiness and its flamboyant flavors. Over the decades, Moët & Chandon’s reputation for producing generous pink champagnes has made the House’s rosés, a wine of choice for the celebration of all shades of love. The bright and fruity Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial combines the traditional cépages of champagne in its own distinctive style. The cépage composition of the Rosé Impérial is approximately 45 percent Pinot Noir (of which 10 percent still red wine), 40 percent Meunier (of which 10 percent still red wine) and 15 percent Chardonnay.

Country of Origin: France
Region of Origin: Champagne
Appellation: Champagne
Type: Rosé
Alcohol by Volume: 12%
Tasting Notes - Nose: A bewitching bouquet, ripe with red fruits (wild strawberry, raspberry and cherry) and floral nuances of rose, topped with a slight hint of pepper.
Tasting Notes - Palate: The palate is flamboyant and combines intensity and roundness: fleshy and juicy at first, then firm with a light herbal finish.
Tasting Notes - Finish: The red berry flavours end in a long and elegant finish.
Flavour: Red fruits

Collection point

Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas - T4
Terminal 4, Floor 1, Departures/Arrivals (Gates H, J)
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