Moët & Chandon, the French Maison whose champagne is synonymous with celebrations, is hosting the ‘Effervescence Events’ for the second year in a row, heralding an exciting new chapter in the centuries-long history of generosity and ‘savoir-fête.’ The series of events will start off with friends of the House around the world raising a glass of Moët Impérial in keeping with the House’s tradition of generosity through the Toast for a Cause tradition and culminate in a grand spectacle of lights.
An Icon of Celebration since 1743
A long history of grand and festive events has made Moët & Chandon a global icon of celebration since 1743.
Served in the White House by the early 1900s and enjoyed at the coronation of Edward VII and Elizabeth II, Moët & Chandon has invited the world to create a sparkling ambience and shared unforgettable moments since its earliest years.
This holiday season will be no different: Moët & Chandon will once again deploy its legendary ‘savoir-fête’ to celebrate togetherness around the effervescence of its champagnes with spectacular lights to climax each event.
Effervescence Events around the World
The holiday season is about bringing people together to build and share memorable moments, marked by bubbles and lights. For the second year, Moët & Chandon will present a spellbinding display of illuminations and unmissable parties to share the joy of togetherness in more than 20 cities around the world.
It was a desire of Jean-Remy Moët, grandchild of the founder of the House, to make his champagne known to the globe and bring people together under its name and vibrancy. It is in the spirit of this that Moët & Chandon has put together a series of events — which started in mid-November and will end on New Year’s Eve — to celebrate the festive season around the world.
The Effervescence Events have been expertly designed to delight guests and Friends of the House and would include musical performances and entertainment, punctuated with cork-popping sounds and the joyful ‘savoir-fête’ of Moët & Chandon. The star of these exceptional gatherings is Moët Impérial, whose ability to appeal to all cultures everywhere has made it the most widely enjoyed champagne on earth. Its universal likability is the special ingredient of celebrations both grand and intimate.
Holiday Season 2022 Limited-Edition Bottle
To accompany its end-of-year festivities, Moët & Chandon is pleased to present a special 2022 Holiday Season bottle, allowing champagne lovers and collectors to take home a memento of the House’s legendary ‘savoir-fête.’
The special bottle, dubbed The Spark of Light, comes in the classic 75cl size and is dressed in a bespoke golden, cheerful firework pattern on a white background, symbolizing displays of radiance that have illuminated the most extraordinary celebrations throughout the history of Moët & Chandon.
A piece that defines a holiday table; a treat for families and friends; a treasure for passionate collectors; a new journey of adventure and discovery for those who are enjoying it for the first time, or, an appreciated detail for those who have it all: The Spark of Light is the gift transforming each gathering into a festive moment. This limited-edition bottle will be available exclusively during this year’s holiday season.
About Moët & Chandon:
Moët & Chandon was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët and elevated to international renown by his descendant, Jean-Rémy Moët, who dreamt of “sharing the effervescence of Champagne with the world.” From royal court to red carpet, Studio 54 to Grand Slams, Moët & Chandon has been bringing people together around thrilling, extraordinary moments. With the largest, most diverse vineyards in the region, the House offers a universal & versatile portfolio of champagnes for every occasion and palate. Easy to love, each creation – from the iconic Moët Impérial to the refined Grand Vintage Collection, the glamorous Moët Rosé Impérial to the refreshing Moët Ice Impérial – dazzles and delights with a broad spectrum of flavours and aromas to capture the astonishing breadth of its terroir. Through Natura Nostra, Moët & Chandon’s long-term sustainability program, the House works to protect biodiversity in the region and, since 2009, Moët & Chandon also supports philanthropic initiatives through Toast for a Cause. For nearly three centuries, Moët & Chandon has been the champagne of choice to mark both significant events in history and personal celebrations, enhancing each toast with the spark of effervescence.