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Monday 22 December marks New Zealand’s longest day of summer and Moët & Chandon launches their ground-breaking champagne for another year as the ultimate way to toast to the warm season.
Moët Ice Imperial is the world’s first and only champagne specifically created to be enjoyed on ice and three years since it first launched exclusively in global hotspots around the world, Moët Ice Imperial is now available in 19 of New Zealand’s top restaurants, for the first time.
A stylish departure from champagne norms and the ultimate embodiment of summer, Moët Ice Imperial’s crisp freshness and powerful tropical fruit aromas are an instant passport to a luxurious champagne getaway.
“With Moët Ice Imperial, Moët & Chandon has created a new occasion to drink champagne, outside of ‘traditional’ moments,” says Benoit Gouez, Chef de Cave of Moët & Chandon.
“For the first time, a champagne has been created especially to be served on ice, the perfect compliment for spontaneous moments of celebration with friends on a warm summer day,” he continued.
This summer, Moët Ice Imperial will also be available in leading fine wine retailers allowing New Zealanders to transform any summer escape into a stylish occasion.
Moët Ice Imperial should be served on ice in Bordeaux glasses that enhance the freshness experience. It can also be garnished with mint leaves, a slice of cucumber or strawberries according to taste preference.
Moët Ice Imperial will be available in the following summer hotspots from October 2014:
Soul Bar & Bistro
Britomart Country Club
46 & York
Harbourside Ocean Bar & Grill
Strangers and Co
A DENSE COLOUR • deep gold with amber highlights AN INTENSE, FRUITY BOUQUET
• The powerful aroma of tropical fruits (mango, guava) • the sumptuousness of stonefruits (nectarine) • an original note of raspberry
A GENEROUS PALATE COMBINING ROUNDNESS AND FRESHNESS
• the broad, fleshy, voluptuous flavour of a fresh fruit salad • the captivating sweetness of caramel and quince jelly • the refreshing acidity of grapefruit and ginger notes