Written on: 28/01/2009 by Originallad (10 reviews written)
Moet & Chandon is popular because of the name, not because of what is inside the bottle.
Any novice who knows nothing and wishes to impress will buy this. It leaves a bitter nutty after taste. In fact, there's not much to taste apart from that. (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2007 by Anonymous101 (1 review written)
It is arguably the most recognised Champagne brand in the UK!
Moet & Chandon can be found very easily the length and breadth of the British Isles in pubs, restaurants and supermarkets. A 75cl bottle of Moet & Chandon can usually be priced anywhere between the £25 - £35 range.
I would only buy this product when "showing off" in a bar, or if I'm trying to impress a member of the "fairer" sex, as I don't believe it offers good value for money.
This particular champagne is quite dry to... (read more)
Written on: 11/08/2006 by Clair (1 review written)
Moet and Chandon Champagne is not the best champers you can get on the market but the most honest. It is light and refreshing and full of bubbles. The price is the most appealing with a bottle costing around £30 whilst in a bar making it the best in its league. It is dry and more importantly not to sweet which makes it the best Champagne for a Bellini. I 100% recommend Moet as the the best all rounder for price, quality and taste. (read more)
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