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The Grand Vintage 2003, the 68th from the Maison, is a powerful wine:
its velvety maturity is immediately apparent, forceful in its creamy
The first notes of vanilla, almond and hazelnut are followed by nuances
of colourful sun-soaked Summer fruits – apricots, yellow peaches,
nectarines, poached pears. Gradually this generous fruitiness is joined
by a soft spiciness of cinnamon, gingerbread and freshly-ground coffee.
Deep and structured, the Grand Vintage 2003 is fleshly, ample and smooth.
This unctuous sensuality – reminiscent of leather and cashmere – segues
into a warm finale of slightly acid licorice and candied grapefruit.
From an extraordinary year and an incomparable fruit, Moët & Chandon
has created a profound champagne, one that announces its colours
without artifice, intrigues by its honesty.
A wine that, having weathered all challenges, has come through with a
robust serenity, a formal generosity and a comfortable presence.
"Moët's vintage, from the hot, low-yielding 2003 vintage, has an unusually high percentage of Pinot Meunier (43%), suggesting there is a distinct character to the year. It's certainly powerful and intense, soft initially, hinting at toast and yeast, the fruit almost sweet, even though the wine is a brut style. It is the rich strawberry flavor that's most surprising on a wine that really has integrated impressively. "
"A rich, opulent style, offering peach, apricot and ginger flavors. Full-bodied and muscular, yet with a firm structure keeping it all focused and a nice tangy finish. Drink now through 2018."
"A classical style, this could be a yardstick for measuring other Champagnes. It's rich in the middle, clean in the end, with plenty of tension to hold the wine tight. More mineral than fruity, this has the meadow flower aspect of fresh butter and cream. Delicious with pan-roasted sole."
Wine & Spirits
The largest Champagne house in France, Moët et Chandon was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. They produce large volumes of non-vintage wine under the White Star and Brut Imperial designations, however, are best known for their premium brand Dom Pérignon.
Champagne is both a region and a method. The wines come from the northernmost vineyards in France and the name conjures an image like no other can. An 18th Century Benedictine monk named Dom Perignon is said to be the first to blend both varietals and vintages, making good wines not only great, but also special and unique to their winemaker. Today, nearly 75% of Champagne...Read More About Champagne
Vintage Champagne and Sparkling Wines
Vintage Champagne is made in particularly good years with optimum weather and the best grape selection.
Some houses, like Dom Perignon, only make vintage Champagne,
so they do not produce a wine every year and have no
What makes vintage Champagne better? Well, status for one - many vintage Champagnes are...Read More About Vintage
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