The renowned champagne house Moët & Chandon has launched a futuristic-looking vintage champagne, dubbed MCIII. Blending three different wines, grown and aged in metal, wood and glass, the exquisite beverage contains 37% of chardonnay and pinot noir, vinified in stainless steel vats, which, according to Moët & Chandon, will add a plus of sophistication to this champagne.
The new blend will also contain a high proportion of “Grand Vintage” wines hailing from 1998, 2000 and 2002 partially matured in oak barrels, while the final ingredients include champagnes from the bottled Grand Vintage collection dating from the 1999, 1998 and 1993 vintages. You can imagine that the resulting product is all kinds of interesting.
The color of this wonderful champagne is a beautiful yellow, with a golden glow and fine bubbles, of course. Just in case you were wondering, the new Moët & Chandon cuvee has been named “MCIII” in reference to the initials of the house and the three-layer blending process. The new champagne can be bought directly from the Moët & Chandon house at 450 euros.