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Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage

Moët & Chandon - Champagne
Añada
2008
Vino
Blanco
Denominación
Champagne
Robert Parker
91
Botella 75cl.

51,50 €

-6%

55,20 €

El precio incluye IVA.

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Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage

  • Añada: 2008

  • Variedades: Chardonnay 50%, Pinot Noir 7% y Pinot Meunier 43%.

  • Nota de cata: Gracias a un año excepcional que le propociona mucha frutosidad, es un Champagne profundo, que anuncia su colorido sin ningún artificio y que nos emociona por su gran honestidad. Un vino que, habiendo superado muchos retos, se ha investido de una robusta serenidad, una generosidad formal enorme y una presencia relajada. Es un vino poderoso cuya madurez aterciopelada aparece inmediatamente y con fuerza entre una cremosidad excepcional. Color amarillo dorado. A las primeras notas de vainilla, almendra y avellana les siguen los aromas llenos de color de los frutos madurados al sol - albaricoques, melocotones de viña, nectarinas y peras en almíbar. Gradualmente, esta frutosidad tan generosa se enriquece gracias a suaves especias como la canela, el pan de genjibre y el café. Profundo y de gran estructura, el Grand Vintage 2003 es carnoso, amplio y suave. Su sensualidad untuosa - con reminiscencias de piel y cashmere - nos conduce a un final cálido de regaliz ligeramente ácido y pomelo confitado.

  • Maridaje: Carnes blancas, quesos semicurados, foie mi-cuit, jamón ibérico de bellota.

  • Temperatura de servicio: Servir entre 8 y 9ºC.

  • International Wine Cellar - November/December 2013 - Stephen Tanzer: 92 pts - "(38% chardonnay, 33% pinot noir and 29% pinot meunier; aged on its lees for seven years, with a relatively low 5 g/l dosage; LAHFU): Bright yellow. Heady, complex bouquet of fresh nectarine, pear and melon, with notes of smoky lees and white flowers adding complexity. Bright, mineral-driven orchard and pit fruit flavors show impressive depth and focus, picking up notes of iodine, lemon pith and anise with air. Finishes on a chalky note, with excellent focus and lingering sweet butter, citrus fruit and smoke nuances. It's a great pleasure to see this iconic house return to strong form."

  • Wine Enthusiast 01/12/2012: 94 pts - Cellar Selection - "Vintage Champagne is always the ultimate expression of a producer. This shows the approachable character of Moët wines, while adding intensity and complexity. It is taut and minerally, with a spiced apple note and nervy acidity. It’s now ready to drink, but it also has good aging potential."

  • Wine Spectator 31/12/2012: 92 pts - "Minerally overtones accent flavors of candied black cherry, black currant and gumdrop that remain fresh, with a lively bead and well-cut acidity carrying accents of lemon zest, biscuit and fresh herb. Elegant yet expressive. Drink now through 2020."

  • Wine Advocate #1113 - November 2013 - David Schildknecht: 91 pts - "Assembled from surprisingly close to one-third each of Champagne’s trio of major cepages, Moet & Chandon’s 2004 Brut Grand Vintage delivers a delightful aroma mingling chamomile and honeysuckle, pear and white peach, green tea and quinine, all anticipating the lusciously juicy, refreshingly tart and subtly piquant but also silken and buoyant palate
    impression that follows. As with the corresponding rose, I was surprised to find a decided sense of sweetness from just five grams residual sugar, but the ripe generosity of the vintage no doubt goes far toward explaining this, and I don’t find it at all misplaced, much less obtrusive. Its soothing texture complements this wine’s in

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