Product tester required to compare £100 worth of Moët & Chandon & Veuve Clicquot champagne
The iconic nature of Champagne has long been used as a means of celebration. Testers Keepers is looking for a product tester to compare champagnes by Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot up to the value of £100.
The champagnes by the renowned maison of Moët & Chandon have been used to toast celebrations across the globe since 1743. Moët & Chandon produces several styles of champagne, such as the following examples that the chosen product tester could pick from.
Rosé Impérial, a dry, lively mix of wild strawberries, raspberries and cherries, with a hint of Rose and pepper.
Impérial Brut, a rich and elegantly dry champagne. Sumptuous pear, white peach and apple flavours that are followed by refreshing bubbles that reveal citrus fruit and gooseberry.
Ice Impérial, tropical fruit aromas reveal flavours of fresh fruit salad with the sweetness of caramel. A refreshing acidity comes from gooseberry and ginger notes.
Veuve Clicquot has been producing luxury champagnes since 1772, and the brand has been popular amongst the nobility throughout Europe ever since it was established. Some of the champagnes produced by Veuve Clicquot include the following products.
Rosé, first of its kind, exactly 200 years ago, Madame Clicquot innovated and completely re-created the rosé champagne of the time. Aromas of fresh, red fruit give way to notes of biscuit and sweet pastries.
Yellow Label Brut, fresh and full-bodied, well structured with a robust acidity. Aromas of peaches and raisins, notes of vanilla and toasted brioche offer a pleasant experience.
Demi-sec, the ideal champagne to pair with praline based desserts. Aromas of ripe fruits and hints of toast and brioche.
Enter for your chance to compare £100 worth of Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot champagne. This Testers Keepers opportunity closes 31st March 2019.