It’s a first for the Moët Hennessy. All of the group’s 22 houses are presenting their wares together at one show. Less than two months before the show, it was decided that the group would use Vinexpo as the platform to jointly promote all its products.
Four bars have been established as different “worlds” within the Moët & Hennessy stand: Champagnes, Chandon (international sparkling wines), Estates & Wines, and Spirits. The Champagne bar is highlighting Ruinart, Moët et Chandon and Veuve Clicquot.
Moët & Chandon, Krug, Veuve Clicquot, Hennessy and Château d’Yquem are just some of the worldrenowned LVMH wines and spirits brands that have become synonymous with the most prestigious origins and terroirs as part of the Moët Hennessy group.
Located in Champagne, Bordeaux, and other illustrious wine-growing regions, many of these are centuries-old Houses with a unique character, which share a strong culture of excellence. A large world map has also been placed strategically on the wall behind the main bar at the Vinexpo stand, highlighting the various company headquarters within the group.
Each Vinexpo bar has new products on show, with the “star” of the Champagne section being Veuve Clicquot Extra Brut Extra Old. The Champagne, launched earlier this year, is made entirely with reserve wines from six different vintages, spanning harvests from 1988 to 2010, meaning that all the wines in the cuvée are aged for a minimum of three years on their lees in stainless steel tanks. The reserve wines are blended and matured for a further three years in bottle, followed by nearly another year in Veuve Clicquot’s cellars after disgorgement. It has been described as “Perfect to drink as an aperitif or with very pure and delicate, simple food…”
We will let you decide for yourself.
Hall 1, Stand A211