Moët & Chandon proudly presents it’s 76th vintage, the Grand Vintage 2015.

Champagnes of outstanding sensitivity were created from grapes harvested in the final weeks of summer of 2015 which were ripe and encapsulating in quality.

“2015 was a year of awareness and awakening towards climate change, both in the vineyard and the world. Grand Vintage 2015 is a champagne of contemplation – it marks the start of a new day”. 

A bright light and sweltering heat characterized 2015. It was a year of awakening due to understanding global warming and its effects on the Champagne region.

This is also the official champagne of celebration for Champagne Day, which takes place on Friday, 27 October.

Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2015
Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2015

The Cellar Master could select wines made from the region’s three grape varieties in quality levels that met the requirements of a Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage from both the House’s superb estate and an extraordinary diversity of wines provided by vineyard partners.

“Each Grand Vintage is my interpretation of a specific year, as such, it is unique and will only be seen once. The Grand Vintage is a chance to discover the originality of a particular year through my eyes. It is not a ‘summary’ of the year but rather my interpretation of what the year represented. Like a photographer who frames a shot, I select the wines that will ultimately compose the final blend” says Benoit Gouez -Cellar Master, Moët Chandon.

Champagnes from the House of  Moët’s extensive collection cater for every palate and occasion. Each white and rosé creation dazzles and delights with a wide range of flavours and aromas to capture the astounding breadth of its terroir, from the iconic Moët Impérial to the refined Grand Vintage Collection, and the refreshing Moët Ice Impérial and the gentle Nectar Impérial.



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