This year, Moët & Chandon pays tribute to a longstanding tradition of rosé savoir-faire, bringing to light its new limited edition bottle: Signature Rosé Impérial...
For the first time, the bottle of Rosé Impérial has been redesigned to cast a special spotlight on the brilliance of Pinot Noir grapes. Its bold new "black-and-rose-gold" color scheme creates a striking contrast between the deep matte shade of black set against varying shades of rose.
This special-edition bottle is garnished with a label inspired by the Maison’s 19th-century signature, with a metallic pink brushstroke against a matt black bottle.
This blend is mostly Pinot Noir and Meunier, including 10 percent red wine for color. Chardonnay accounts for 10 to 20 percent, including a portion of reserve wines that may be providing the oceanic, oyster-shell notes that bring to mind Champagne’s Kimmeridgean limestone. This is broad and loose up front, with fruity scents of orange and pomegranate. Then the wine keeps buzzing with brisk acidity, tightening up and extending the flavors with energy. An impressive release of Impérial.
The new design adorns exclusively the 750ml bottles of Moët & Chandon’s limited-edition Signature Rosé Impérial Collection, and the limited-edition Signature gift box that contains an institutional 75cl bottle of Rosé Impérial.
The special edition is available at chic restaurants, hotel bars, the trendiest bars and lounges and wines stores.