FRANCE: Moet & Chandon invest €5m in new vat

By Stuart Todd | 3 October 2002

Champagne producer, Moet & Chandon, has invested €5m in a new vat at its Epernay  HQ dedicated to reserve wines. The vat, which has just entered service, has a capacity 47,500 hectolitres. Engineering work on the vat was supplied by  Reims-based consultants, Pignat.

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Champagne producer, Moet & Chandon, has invested €5m in a new vat at its Epernay  HQ dedicated to reserve wines. The vat, which has just entered service, has a capacity 47,500 hectolitres. Engineering work on the vat was supplied by  Reims-based consultants, Pignat.

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