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Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial

(75cl, 12%)

Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial

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Moët Nectar Imperial Bottling Note

A bright, fruit-laden Champagne from Moët & Chandon, made mostly with 40%-50% Pinot Noir, 30%-40% Pinot Meunier and 10%-20% Chardonnay grape varietals. Simply bursting with juicy fruit notes (think grapefruit, yellow plums and pineapple), along with touches of spring blossom and vanilla.

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Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial Reviews

Great taste, slightly sweet but not too sweet.

A good quality, smooth, bubbly, sweet drop with a slightly dry palette. Suitable for those who prefer something a bit finer with a touch of sweet without it feeling like a dessert wine. It’s a great all ‘rounder and will have you sipping steadily the whole night through. The price is a little high but... I don’t mind paying it occasionally when I feel like something a little bit “extra.”

18th December 2019

The best value of the champagne market, along with VC.

Nectar isn’t the best champagne I’ve ever drank (Dom Perignon is by far with Ace of Spades second), but it is the best champagne value on the market. I prefer Nectar Imperial to Cristal in all of the ways that really matter, though Cristal has a excellent minimalist bottle that makes it iconic. I would rank it in my top 5, behind Dom, Ace, and PJ, just ahead of VC and Cristal. I’ve drank between 12 and 20 bottles over the last two decades and I’ve yet to have a bad batch. It is much better than White Star and better than Brut Imperial. The Rose version is also great, but I still generally prefer the original. Nectar Imperial is my go to champagne for New Year’s, birthdays, and lesser events (special occasions and achievements demand Dom, Ace, PJ, or if I’m feeling obnoxious Cristal). Cheers.

22nd February 2018

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