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Moët Hennessy’s Chandon Brut, Chandon Brut Rosé

Category - Wine, sparkling, India, Nashik region, 13% and 12.5% abv 

Available - Launched on 19 October 

Location - Selected wine retailers, hotels, restaurants and bars in Mumbai initially. Then, launching in New Delhi next month and all other major cities across India through 2014.

Price – Chandon Brut INR1,200 (US$19.65), Chandon Brut Rosé INR1,400 per bottle

Distribution - Moët Hennessy India 

Moët Hennessy’s India unit has launched its first two wines that have been produced in the country, specifically for the local market. 

Chandon Brut (13% abv) is a sparkling wine made from Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. Chandon Brut Rosé (12.5% abv) is a blend of Shiraz and Pinot Noir. The grapes used in both wines come from India's Nashik region. 

Moët Hennessy has invested in a greenfield winery in Dindori, a sub-region of the Nashik district. 

Mark Bedingham – Moët Hennessy's Asia-Pacific MD said: “A recent addition to the 'new world', Nashik is certainly the wine-making heartland of India and offers grape-growing conditions that are conducive to creating world-class sparkling wines. With the launch of Chandon, we aim to bring wine-making and the wine culture in India to new heights.” 


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