Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2013 Rosé is thus an unexpectedly complementary expression of a year that is widely known for its Chardonnays. It is 35% Chardonnay – a rather high proportion for a rosé, which typically contains more Pinot Noir. After 7 years in the cellars, it reveals a truly unique character.
PINOT NOIR 44% (14% RED WINE) CHARDONNAY 35% MEUNIER 21%
Ageing period in the cellars: 7 years
Ageing after disgorging: at least 6 months
Dosage: 5 g/litre
Colour tinged with orange: A radiant, light pink hue with hints of orange.Generous bouquet: The initial aromas are sweet, tinged with a mixture of wild strawberries, raspberries and pomegranate seeds. It then develops a touch of freshness with hints of blood orange and star fruit. Black pepper, dark chocolate, cinnamon, dried flowers and new leather round off the bouquet.