Moët & Chandon hosted an intimate dinner at Chiswick for the launch of Grand Vintage 2012. Media, friends of the brand and trade guests enjoyed a three course meal prepared by Chiswick Woollahra perfectly matched to Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2012. Chef de Cave, Benoît Gouez hosted the event and led formalities.

Moët & Chandon has proudly unveiled it’s Grand Vintage 2012, the House’s 74th vintage, and a bold example of its winemaking excellence and savoir-faire. Matured for 5 years, Grand Vintage 2012 is evocative of the transition from spring to summer, with a certain gentleness accompanied by freshness and harmony.

Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage champagnes are aged wines of distinguished character, first created in 1842 to meet the demands of British and American connoisseurs for more mature wines. Every Grand Vintage is original, created around the Chef de Cave’s freedom of interpretation, from a selection of a single year’s most remarkable wines, and respect for the individuality of each vintage.

Available at selective retailers and at the most exquisite bistros, Moët & Chandon Grand Vintages are ideal to celebrate milestone moments or to accompany shared epicurean experiences with gourmet delights.

Source: Moët & Chandon