Moët & Chandon Champagne Masterclass with Harvey Nichols

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Date(s) - August 13, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Join Ethan Borian, Champagne Ambassador at Moët Hennessy and Terry Malloy from the Harvey Nichols Wine Shop for a Champagne Masterclass

Join Ethan Borian, Champagne Ambassador at Moët Hennessy and Terry Malloy from the Harvey Nichols Wine Shop on Thursday, August 13th at 6pm for a Moët & Chandon masterclass, exclusive to Harvey Nichols Rewards Customers.

During this session we will taste the house’s flagship, Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial and the distinctive Grand Vintage 2012 – the perfect way to start an intimate dinner party. We have curated a gift pack which includes a bottle of each and 2 champagne glasses available to order here

Product Notes

Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial

Since 1743 Moët Impérial Brut has been the world’s most loved champagne. Spontaneous, radiant and enticing, Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial combines elegance and flair. Pink and juicy with the persistent intensity of red fruits.

Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2012

In 1842 Moët & Chandon created one of the first vintage champagnes for British and American connoisseurs, who appreciated more mature wines. The distinctive expression of a single year’s grapes, each new vintage contributes to the House’s legendary heritage of crafting the finest champagnes: the Grand Vintage Collection.

Each Grand Vintage is unique, the Moët & Chandon Cellar Master’s free, personal interpretation of the fruits of a particular year.  Grand Vintage 2012, the House’s 74th vintage stands out for its maturity, complexity and charisma.

Moët & Chandon Champagne Glasses

Glassware specialists Riedel have created clear crystal flutes specially designed to enhance the individual characteristics of Moët & Chandon’s Grand Vintage champagnes. With a wider than average bowl to allow each champagne’s flavour profile to develop, these glasses come etched with a subtle star at the midpoint of the flute.

Directions Before Event

Place your bottle of Moët in the fridge at least 3 hours ahead of when you want to serve it. 8 degrees Celsius is the optimum temperature to enjoy Champagne. Enjoy it in a large white wine glass or a flute. While enjoying your Champagne, it is best to keep the bottle chilled on ice in a wine bucket. If you don’t finish the entire bottle of Champagne in one sitting, it will stay fresh overnight; however, just be sure to seal the bottle to keep in the bubbles.