Moët & Chandon, established in 1743 by Claude Moët and propelled to international fame by Rémy Moët, stands as a distinguished Champagne producer. Through strategic acquisitions and masterful vineyard management, the brand, now led by Chef de Caves Benoît Gouez, has become a global icon. Gouez, backed by a ten-man oenologist team, including chief Dom Pérignon winemaker Vincent Chaperon, oversees the expansive 1,190-hectare vineyards and extensive 28-kilometer cellars.
At the forefront of Moët & Chandon's innovation is the MCIII, a groundbreaking multi-vintage assemblage. The inaugural saga, cuvée 001.14, symbolizes a decade of meticulous blending and cellar aging. This concept unites diverse wines under a shared philosophy while preserving each one's distinctive character.
MCIII introduces a paradigm shift, embodying centuries of expertise. It represents a fusion of Moët Impérial, Moët & Chandon grand Vintage, and Moët ice Impérial, showcasing the pinnacle of winemaking prowess.
This avant-garde champagne is a testament to innovation, crafting a blend from vintage wines matured in three essential environments: metal, wood, and glass. Stainless steel vats and oak casks house younger vintage wines, harmonizing with more mature champagnes aged on lees in glass bottles.
MCIII, a unique and bold assemblage, redefines multi-vintage champagne. The refined personality of this ultra-prestige cuvée lies in its pioneering blend, enhancing the boldness of each wine's characteristics. Moët & Chandon skillfully captures the essence of diverse aging environments, creating a trilogy of ideally balanced diversity.
The result is a champagne boasting perfect equilibrium, marrying harmony and complexity. Moët & Chandon presents MCIII as the epitome of tasting pleasure, an exclusive and sumptuous experience.
Grape Varieties: 40% Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay Dosage: 9 g/L