Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection 1911 is a rare opportunity to become the owner of an exceptional champagne while supporting a charity or non-profit organization whose work is of value to all.
Moët & Chandon has chosen to share a century-old treasure, Grand Vintage Collection 1911, with all thgenerosity for which the House is renowned.
11 auctions are being held in 11 cities around the world and the proceeds from each will be donated to local charity organization. Proceeds from the first auction, which took place in Hong Kong, were donated tthe The Nature Conservancy.
Befitting the exceptional quality of Grand Vintage Collection 1911, the six numbered, limited-edition bottle are presented in an elegant leather case.
Moët & Chandon says that there are two secrets to the greatness of Grand Vintage Collection 1911, the House’17th vintage: Moet & Chandon’s unique expertise and the optimum aging conditions of the Grand Vintage Reserve.
“Absolutely stunning champagne – an inspiration! After one hundred years, Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection 1911 literally overflows with vitality and energy, plus the charm of discreet bubbles. A wonderfully complex wine with both impressive depth and amazing freshness, an unrivalled champagne experience!”, said Benoît Gouez, Moët & Chandon Chef de Cave.
11, limited-edition coffrets of six bottles of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection 1911, are on display in one of Harrods’ Christmas windows.
About Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection:
Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage champagnes, unlike most champagnes, are made from the grapes of a single exceptional year. Each Grand Vintage is unique. Each possesses the distinctive, imitable qualities of that year’s outstanding grapes, qualities which have been elevated to their fullest expression through the savoir-faire, experience and expertise of Moët & Chandon and the House’s chef de cave. Since 1842, the House has released 69 vintage champagnes. Moët & Chandon possesses the world’s most prestigious collection of vintage champagnes, all of which are safeguarded in the Grand Vintage Reserve cellars.