Every person who works in the champagne region calls Moët & Chandon the “Grande Maison “ (“Great House”), a mark of utmost respect. A House that has transcended time and space, bringing champagne to its highest level. Created in 1743, Moët & Chandon has been one of the figureheads of the champagne region since the 18th century. After the war, Robert-Jean de Vogüé decided to create the first premium champagne wine “in the person” of Dom Pérignon, whose name remains known worldwide. Moët became part of the LVMH empire in the late 1980s. Today, as LVMH's leading name in the Champagne region, the company produces more than 30 million bottles each year with a regularity that commands respect. No matter where you are in the world, the quality and taste of Champagne remains the same. The vinification genius of Benoît Gouez, the "supersonic" Montaigu vat room and its research center allow the realization of a champagne of an unprecedented level if you consider the production volumes. This is how Moët et Chandon delivers a smooth, toasty, and lemony aromatic palette, enhanced by delicate bubbles and a soft texture. A unique taste signature, a true and constant delight. The combination of all these achievements ensures the brand's well-deserved position as world number one.