Moët’s Mont Aigu

Described in the French press as a “Cathedral of stainless steel,” Moët & Chandon’s new vinification facilities in Oiry, France inaugurated a couple of weeks ago (October 2012) have altered the visual landscape of Champagne’s Côte des Blancs.

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That’s not all they’ve altered: By 2016 the facilities will have a capacity of 21 million bottles of champagne. It represents an investment of 150 million Euros, funded entirely in-house.

Furthermore, the facilities’ design represents a true oenological innovation – it has a game-changing CO2 capture capability that allows tailored management of each of the cuves. It’s the result of 5 years’ of R&D by team Moët & Chandon whose president now is  Stéphane Baschiera.

@♥Chérie Du Vin


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