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Methuselah of Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial, NV, Champagne

Product Code: 2228
£ 550.00
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A Methuselah of Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial, NV, Champagne (6 litres). Presented in a wooden gift box with sliding lid. Please Note: To Special Order only, Delivery normally 2-3 days- IN STOCK


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Alcohol Volume- 12 %

Bottle Size- 600 cl

Type- Champagne

Country Of Origin- France

EAN- 3185370439920

Brand- Moet and Chandon

Condition- New

Availability- In stock

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Next Available Dispatch Date Tuesday.

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