The company Moet offers several types of champagne. Some types of champagne that Moet offers are Imperial, Rose Imperial, Grand Vintage 2004, and Discover champagnes.
Moet & Chandon offers various kinds of champagne: Moet Imperial, described as "vibrant, generous, alluring;" Rose Imperial, "spontaneous, radiant, exciting;" Reserve Imperial, "blooming, vinous, warm;" Nectar Imperial Rose, "flamboyant, gourmet, voluptuous;" Nectar Imperial, "exotic, rich, lively;" and Moet Ice Imperial, "intense, fruity, fresh."
Wrong: It is the name of a family that produces champagne: Moet et Chardnon. Correct: moet comes from the verb moeten (have to, or must). Ik moet = I have to or I must.
Champagne, more likely known as Möet & Chandon
Moet and Chandon Champagne is normally priced at around £25.00 or the equivilent of $50.00. But Your Most likely to find supermarkets discounting it to cheaper prices.
last forever until is opened.
There are four different Moet's they are ; 1.Moet Brute Imperial 2.Moet Rose Imperial 3.Moet Nectar Imperial & 4. Moet Grand Vintage
Moet y Chandon are the biggest producer, so possibly the biggest seller!
moet and chandon
Holding the "Royal Warrant" as chief champagne supplier to Elizabeth II, Moet and Chandon is the now obsolescent name of what is a French winery and hailed champagne producer. In 1971, Moet and Chandon merged with the cognac manufacturer Hennessey and became Moet-Hennesseey. In 1987, yet another merger occurred when the company established by Claude Moet in 1743 underwent a symbiotic merge with the fashion house Louis Vuitton thus producing a business conglomerate of a world-leading champagne producer in Moet-Hennessey and a luxury goods company in Louis Vuitton. Twenty-six million champagne bottles, per Wikipedia, is said to be produced from the 2,500 acres of vineyards.
Yes.Wine can keep for decades, if not centuries.Hmmmmm.....Well, I just toured the Champagne region in France and learned that Champagne is quite a bit different than wine and you should drink it fairly soon to when you buy it. It is not like wine in that regard. The master champagne guy decides when to stop the ageing (fermenting) process for it to have the best flavor. So, I'm not sure!