Moët & Chandon Celebrates 150 Years Of Moët Impérial With A Limited-Edition Holiday Bottle
As we get into the holiday spirit and prepare ourselves for the most glamorous parties in town, there’s no better way to kick off the festivities with a sparkling glass of Moët Impérial—the holiday limited edition.
AN OCCASION WORTH CELEBRATING
The House’s signature champagne, Moët Impérial was born in 1869 as a tribute to the imperial bond between the grandson of the Maison’s founder and the French Emperor, Napoléon Bonaparte.
To celebrate its 150th anniversary in the House’s grand style, Moët Impérial turns into a shimmering bottle covered in golden sleeve with a premium gold leaf texture. In honour of the Maison’s historic milestone, the limited-edition holiday bottle is inscribed with a standout design of “I” of “Impérial” in textured silver.
While the festive edition of Moët Impérial may the centrepiece of the celebration, Moët & Chandon showcases its unparalleled know-how in the art of celebration with an exclusive coffret that crowns the bottle, coupled with two classy gold-stemmed champagne coupes.
Aptly named “Imperial Dome”, the exclusive set—limited worldwide to 500 units—is an ode to the 19th century French refinement that witnessed the birth of the house’s most emblematic champagne.
A FESTIVE WAY TO ENJOY MOËT IMPÉRIAL
Dressed in festive elegance and style, Moët Impérial is known for its distinctive characteristics of the House’s bespoke blend, recognised by three elements: a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and an elegant maturity. The iconic champagne is the result of a perfect balance of three high-quality grapes: Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay.
Indulge in the pleasure of enjoying this remarkable champagne with a pair of long-stemmed champagne coupes that comes with the Imperial Dome coffret—a vestige of the 19th century high society when coupes was a distinguished way of appreciating champagne in stylish circles.
As a pair, the coupes revive the tradition of togetherness with generosity and glamorous celebration with savoir-fête that Moët & Chandon is known for.
See also: How To Get The Most Out Of Wine Tastings: 'Intersect' Your Wines & Apply The Five S's
In the spirit of the holiday season, the House has created a tantalising “Impérial 1869” cocktail recipe—to be served in a coupe—that pairs its signature champagne with a touch of citrus-based ingredients and agave, garnished with a delicate sprig of baby’s breath flower as a final touch.
This year, celebrate life's memorable moments with this one-time-only edition of Imperial Dome.
Find out more about Imperial Dome at moet.com