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Moet Vs Veuve Cliquot Vintage Champagne

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I have a reason to celebrate and wanted to either purchase the Moet Chandon Champagne Grand Vintage 2003 or the Veuve Clicquot Vintage 2002. Any suggestions?
 

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Moet is piss. VC is passable, vintage 2002 is not bad. I'd rather a Taittinger or Bollinger Grande Annee for about the same price.
 

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Although Moet is normally shit, the Grand Vintage 03 was actually really a nice drop. Depending on what price you can get it for, i would put it comparable to Roderer or the Ruinart Blanc de Blanc NV(which is one of my favourites)
 

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Originally Posted by impolyt_one
Moet is piss. VC is passable, vintage 2002 is not bad. I'd rather a Taittinger or Bollinger Grande Annee for about the same price.

Yeah but nobody at the club knows what Bollinger Grande Annee is, and it'd probably look like a cheap alternative to Moet at the club when OP sits down at his table, attempting to attract looks from gold-digging cum guzzlers.
 

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The Bollinger Grande Annee is not at the price point as the Moet and Veuve mentioned. I ended up going with the Veuve Vintage as it was discounted. On my next bottle I will probably have to drop down to a non-vinatge and I will try one of the other brands suggested in this thread.
 

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