Champagne was popularized by Mot & Chandon, a company that has been around since 1743 and offers a wide variety of wines fit for any celebration. All of Mot’s champagnes, from the classic Mot Impérial to the aged and refined Grand Vintage Collection, from the outgoing Mot Rosé Impérial to the groundbreaking Mot Ice Impérial, sparkle and surprise with their fresh fruitiness, alluring palate, and refined maturity. Since a bottle of Mot & Chandon is opened somewhere in the world every second, the company has adopted the hashtag #moetmoment to celebrate the idea that every moment is worth living, sharing, and appreciating. The Mot Rosé Impérial embodies the effortless radiance and glitz that have come to define the Mot & Chandon brand. Flavors of fresh fruit, a tempting mouthfeel, and refined maturity characterize this type. The composition of 40–50% Pinot Noir (of which 10–20% is red wine), 30–40% Meunier, and 10–20% Chardonnay demonstrates the diversity and complementarity of these three grape varietals. It’s a radiant pink with amber undertones that looks great on the eyes. Directly on the nose, a magical nose: Red fruits such as wild strawberries, raspberries, and cherries mingle with rose and pepper for a vibrant and strong aroma. The fruitiness and juiciness of red fruits like strawberry, raspberry, and redcurrant, the firmness and fleshiness of peach, and the slight menthol note on the palate make for an expressive combination of intensity and suppleness. Mot & Chandon recommends serving Mot Rosé Impérial with beef or tuna carpaccio with olive oil and freshly ground pepper as an appetizer, seared red snapper in a coriander emulsion with ratatouille or rare steak with sun-ripened vegetables as a main course, and a fruit salad with fresh red berries or a simple strawberry tart for dessert. Put it on its side and keep it out of the light and at a temperature between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius.
Do your guests a favor and serve them something cold (between 8 and 10 degrees Celsius)
750ml with a 12% abv