Important Things You Should Know About Mot & Chandon

Moët & Chandon has become a favorite among actors (loved by a pretty important, stoic empire). But the popular brands are cheerful, there may be some things you do not know. Listed below are 12 important truths about the famous Champagne house.

Let's get this out of the way: This is obviously mo-wet, as if the baby asks you to enter some more water "Mo moist, please." Individuals who took French in high school no doubt somewhat ruined by this, believe we have adjusted our friends using "true" French infantry. But sorry, T is not silent. 

The Moët family came from the Netherlands, after going to France from the 1400s, for daring to defend their loved one's name "T" pronunciation in a country notorious for falling consonant sounds. You can get more information about Moet Chandon imperial online at

In 1445, King Charles VII of France created the nobility of the brothers Jean and Nicolas Moët (which, paradoxically, will likely never enjoy celebrating with some bubbly). The name was attracted in 1743, when their descendants, wine dealer Claude Moët, based Maison Moët in Epernay, wine trade places.

Because the company's latest and, Moët & Chandon is produced from generation to generation: First there was Claude, then his grandson Jean-Rémy Moët, who helped produce and globalization Moët individuality.

It is the largest Champagne house in the world, producing nearly 30 million bottles every year. The signature style is located in Moët Impérial, the same fruit-forward and savory: soft fleshy fruit mixed with notes of cereals center mad, all tied together in a bubble wrap heaven itself, Champagne "pearl" of carbonation.