Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2002 rosé 150 cl
The 2002 Grand Vintage Rosé from Moët et Chandon is certainly one of the most sensual champagnes. 2002 is an extreme year, both because of a reduced harvest due to frost, but also because of the summer heat wave that benefited the Pinot Noir, which allowed us to make extraordinary red wines of power and concentration.
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Since 1743, the champagnes of this renowned maison have been used to toast celebrations across the globe.
Grand Vintage Rosé 2002 is a blend of 41% Pinot Noir, 39% Chardonay and 20% Pinot Meunier.
Its roasted rosé of a delicate rosé is only an invitation to temptation.
It is a wine of intensity, intensity of color, but also aromatic intensity with a fruity touch around blood orange, then notes of black cherry, blackcurrant with an affirmation on vegetable notes. A Champagne with a lot of character and a rather spicy maturity.