To clarify, Moët rhymes with ‘poet’.  So from today. It’s not okay. To say ‘mow-way’.  When the Chef de Cave (French for ‘Chief Winemaker’) Benoît Gouez declares a ‘vintage’ it’s something to notice because the quality doth skyrocket.  This is the 73rd time in the history of Moët that it’s happened.  Aged for 7 years before release, it has luxurious creamy, cashew-like characters, tiny, delicate beads, biscuity, lemony lusciousness in the mouth and a long, finely-tuned, zesty-fresh finish. Oysters?  Of course.

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