Recognized and enjoyed around the world, Moet & Chandon Champagnes
are celebrating 270 years as the world’s most loved champagne.
Every glass of Moet & Chandon Champagne overflows with success, boldness and elegance. In 1743, Claude Moet founded his Champagne house which rapidly became highly sought after by the courts of Europe. In 1792, Jean-Remy Moet took over the house and established the world’s first international luxury brand – he invented champagne as a universal symbol of luxury and pleasure. A man with a true spirit of achievement and leadership, it is to him Moet & Chandon champagnes owe its reputation as the world’s most loved Champagne.
The quality of Moet & Chandon champagnes is a result of its unique winemaking process and the unparalleled richness of its fabulous vineyard – the largest estate in Champagne in France, providing Moet & Chandon with access to the most superior and diverse source of grapes. Top quality, stylish, and dangerously easy drinking champagnes, Moet & Chandon Champagnes
are a result of the harmonious blend of 3 grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. The grapes come from vineyards in all of the five main areas of Champagne, which gives
Moet & Chandon the luxury of choice and the luxury of choosing the best. With vineyards in Montagne de Reims, Côte des Blancs, Vallée de la Marne, Sézanne and Aube, Moet & Chandon has access to approximately 200 of the 323 crus in the region, including a total of 17 grands crus and 32 of the 44 premiers crus.
This wide-ranging diversity of fruits and vineyards ensures the best selection of grapes that leads to the constancy of Moët Impérial and the originality of Grand Vintage.
The Marquise de Pompadour, mistress of King Louis XV of France, one of the most powerful women of her time and a highly influential tastemaker, helped made Moet and Chandon champagnes the wine of choice throughout Europe’s royal courts. Inspired by her love of Moët & Chandon, she declared, “Champagne is the only wine in the world that makes every woman beautiful.” Did you know that Moët Imperial, Moet & Chandon's flagship Champagne, owes its name to Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte?
He visited Moet and Chandon's estates in Epernay numerous times and awarded Jean-Remy Moët one of France’s highest honours, the medal of the Légion d’honneur. Legend has it that Napoleon and his troops invented the tradition of sabering open bottles of Moët to celebrate victory.
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