Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage 1992 Champagne 75cl
Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection 1992 is distinguished by its maturity and harmony. The progression is complex: both sweet and roasted, with notes of pastry and candy (crème brûlée, nougat, cappuccino, honey, vanilla, pine bonbons.) The fruit notes are those of candied fruit: jellies, quince, apricot, date, fig and raisin. In the mouth the flavour is rich, warm and creamy, underlain by a delicately astringent structure. The impression of fullness and harmony linger. After three years of springtime frosts, the budding of the vines in Champagne finally took place during mild weather. Flowering was early and complete, occurring over several days in May in certain sectors of Côte des Blancs and extending to mid-June for the PinotRead more...
Pairs well with…
- Summer Fruits
- White Meat
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Meunier. The warm, sunny summer was marked by a number of isolated hailstorms. The grapes were superbly ripe and maturity was uniform across all vineyards. A high potential alcohol level, high total acidity level and a pH close to certain very good vintages bade well for the wine. Harvest began on September 14th for the Chardonnay, the 15th for the Pinot Noir and the 18th for the Pinot Meunier in the Vallée de la Marne.
Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Champagne 1992 was disgorged June 2004 and released as Brut Impérial, when Moet's winemaking was still very formulaic, but as this wine demonstrates, a formulaic approach did not necessarily impede quality. The emphasis was on house style, whereas the aim today is to reflect the vintage. Dominique Foulon was the wine maker and the 1992 won Gold at Decanter World Wine Awards and the 1993 collected Silver. Decanter average score 97/100pts.
|Brand||Moet et Chandon|
|ABV (% vol)||12|
|Champagne Dosage (g/l)||7.5|
|Champagne Producer Type||Grand Marque|
|Closure||Cork and Cage|
|Champagne Grape||Champagne Blend|
|Time on Lees||4-10 Years|