About The Ice Imperial
Moët & Chandon has transformed the world of Champagne with a breakthrough creation, Moët Ice Impérial, the first champagne made to be served over ice cubes. An ideal drink to quench your thirst during hot days and which will achieve a touch of distinction in the most elegant and sophisticated summer parties.
How to Serve
Consumption Temperature: 6-9 degrees celsius.
Pairing: Snacks and Appetizers
Colour: Ice Imperial comes pours a lemon-yellow color, with an abudance of gold hues making it look quite lively. Slight amber color, it has a rather intense color for a non-vintage cuvee, suggesting that the wine has been in contact with oak.
Nose: An intense presence of sweet oaky aromas, hazelnut, and a touch of vanilla. More importantly, the aromatic profile is dominated by ripe citrus notes, orange, sweet lemon and orange peel. It smells sweet and round, with an elegant depth from the sweet spices smokiness. Very fruity and tempting.
Palate: Very generous and round palate. Provides a huge burst of fruity flavors, fresh grapes, ripe lemon and blond raisin. Light flavored honey notes. All these fruity characters are coated in subtle sweet spices, cinnamon, nutmeg and Szechuan pepper. Clearly a ton of tropical fruit notes live here as well as pineapple and litchi especially.