In 1930, led by Robert-Jean de Vogüe, Moët & Chandon began to elevate the international profile of Moët Impérial champagne. Progressively, the brut champagne became a crucial element of any meal served at the most significant tables. It’s not a surprise as it can be paired with virtually any food from entrée to dessert, not just with aperitif or starters. Over the years the brut champagne became an indispensable partner at elegant and festive events, served at the most prestigious tables. Today it continues to spread the Maison’s values of generosity, excellence and the preservation of unique French savoir-faire.
To mark the 150th anniversary of Moët Impérial, Moët & Chandon has unveiled a limited-edition bottle with a redesigned logo that erects the “I” of “Impérial” into a new symbol for its most emblematic champagne. Its limited-edition bottle, launched especially for this joyous occasion, is shiny and appealing with gold hues and amber tones to the champagne it contains.
It incorporates the essence of what a good Champagne is: buttery flavour and long ageing. The combination of three grapes varietals: the body of Pinot Nero; the suppleness of Pinot Meunier; the finesse of Chardonnay makes it smooth and delicious. Being vibrant and fruitful, it makes the champagne sophisticated. Its balanced blend is popular worldwide.Defined by its bright fruitiness, seductive palate and elegant maturity, Moët Impérial proposes a balanced blend that reflects the richness of the Champagne region in a unique champagne, instantly recognized the world over. It incorporates the essence of what a good Champagne is: buttery flavour and long ageing.
Life’s memorable moments must be Moët & Chandon and Moët Impérial was destined to become a superstar: he celebrated the good life of stars from the world of cinema, music and fashion. Andy Warhol was often photographed with famous people and a bottle of Moët Impérial. And that 40 birthday would have been Paul Newman’s without this special guest? Moët Impérial then accompanied the celebrations for the 120th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty and for 28 years has been the official champagne of the Golden Globes. But Moët Impérial is also a protagonist on the podiums of the sports world where victories are celebrated with a “Champagne Shower”. Signed Moët & Chandon.