Mod Sélection Champagne has expanded its portfolio with the launch of Vintage 2008 for the Mod Sélection Réserve and Mod Sélection Rosé variants.

With 12% alcohol by volume (ABV) and aromas of ripe fruit, Mod Sélection Réserve Vintage 2008 features orange peel, dried apricot-pineapple, nutmeg and clove on the palate.

Mod Sélection Rosé Vintage 2008 contains 12% ABV and offers fresh red fruit, strawberry, blood orange and plum on the palate with honey, ginger and sweet spice.

The two variants have been produced using rigorous control of fermentations and Rosé de Saignée production method.

Mod Sélection Champagne founder and CEO Brent Hocking said: “The attention to detail in every aspect of our production process is what sets this Champagne apart from all other 2008 vintages the industry has seen this year.

“We have purposely waited to release these special blends to ensure optimum quality and purity – and we believe they’re worth the wait.”

Both 2008 vintage variants are packaged in brown metallic bottles, complementing the brand’s inaugural releases.

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Additionally, the bottles feature symbolised patterns and embellishments to ensure that no two bottles are ever look alike.

Mod Sélection Réserve Vintage 2008 will be available for purchase for a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) $480, while Mod Sélection Rosé Vintage 2008 can be brought for an MSRP $550.

Going forward, the company plans to launch variants including NV Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs, Vintage 2008 Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs, NV Blanc de Noirs and a single vineyard estate grown Tête de Cuvée.