Cosmopolitan (India) - - PARTY SPECIAL -

Dur­ing the launch of Chan­don Brut and Chan­don Brut Rosé by Möet Hen­nessy In­dia, Cosmo caught up with Gau­rav Bha­tia, Mar­ket­ing Di­rec­tor for the brand, and scored th­ese valu­able tips for serv­ing your sparkling...

“Chill­ing: Use the half rule—half wa­ter, half ice, half-an-hour in an ice bucket. Or chill your bot­tle in the fridge by lay­ing it hor­i­zon­tally for three hours.

Stor­age: If you think you need a deep, dark labyrinth to store your wine, think again. The key is to store Chan­don hor­i­zon­tally in a cool, dry, and dark place to main­tain its qual­ity.

Serv­ing: The ideal glass is flute-shaped, so not to al­low the wine to breathe too much—or you will lose the bub­bles.

Taste: See, smell and savour. Take in the dif­fer­ent shades of gold or pink de­pend­ing on whether you’re hav­ing a Brut or Rosé; the light, lovely and gen­er­ous bub­bles danc­ing in the flute. Try to recog­nise the aro­mas of fruits, flow­ers and spices. Sip the wine, let it linger in your mouth, and de­cide if it’s smooth or full-bod­ied, del­i­cate or com­plex.”

Your guests will ap­pre­ci­ate th­ese two lo­cally made, de­li­cious sparkling wines (with grapes grown in the Nashik re­gion. The wines have been crafted com­bin­ing the finest grapes with the cen­turies-old ‘method tra­di­tion­nelle’ to en­sure the sig­na­ture Chan­don style. The Chan­don Brut (`1,200) is straw yel­low and has a bright and fresh fruit bou­quet of cit­rus blos­som, green ap­ples with hints of vanilla. The Chan­don Brut Rosé (`1,400) has a vi­brant rose gold hue and smells of ripe cher­ries and pink grape­fruit with sub­tle hints of guava and rose petals.


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