“ Brand: Moet et Chandon „
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I must admit, Champagne is a treat for us. We're a young couple with a new mortgage so luxuries are few and far between. However, my parents manage to treat themselves more often and one of their (and my!) favourite treats is Moet and Chandon Rose.
I am not a big lover of champagne or really dry alohol in general. I will drink original Moet champagne but not with much pleasure. However, I am a rose fan so I thought I'd give Moet's version a shot!
Moet Rose is a blend of three champagne grape varieties with Pinot Noir being the one with the most emphasis. The description claims that the champagne tastes of redcurrents and strawberries; I wouldn't say the taste is as sweet as that but it is certainly borderlining fruity. It is fairly easy drinking and, in my opinion, tastes good. It is not too dry and has a nice tang to it.
I know it's not exactly 'done' but I left the remains of the bottle uncorked in the fridge and it tasted just as yummy without the fizz the next day!
I bought a 750ml bottle for £36 and I'm aware it can cost a lot more and, probably, a bit less. I'm not one for spending a lot on any sort of alcohol but I do think the good taste of this drink merits the treat every now and again. The bottle itself is attracted with sparkly pink foil (very appealing to the girl in me!) and the traditional dark green Moet bottle. It came in an equally attractive pink Moet cardboard box which looked quite pretty next to my wine rack for a while!
The bottle was easily opened- not too tight and not too fizzy when I got in to it!
Overall I'm very impressed with this product and it makes a lovely treat for a special occasion!