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Moët & Chandon: The Impérial Way 8 Nations Across Africa Toast Champagne On The Champagne Day.

Raising champagne glasses in joy is the ultimate expression of life’s high point.
If anyone has perfected the art of making Champagne, it is Moët & Chandon.
With a history of 2.5 centuries with 1,190 hectares of vineyards and 28 kilometers of underground cellars, the Champagne Maison has become synonymous with this innate ‘know-how’ that the French so charmingly call ‘savoir-faire’. increase. Moët & Chandon claims to have the most extensive winemaking base in the entire Champagne region.

It guides the path of others and ultimately defines great winemaking, where breaking the rules is a sign of courage, and the triumphant explosion of the cork is the result of hundreds of years of craftsmanship, invention and tradition. represents.
Champagne Day was celebrated around the world on October 28th. For decades we have enjoyed the tradition of raising champagne glasses in celebration.
But this particular day offers a special occasion to honor the celebratory drink itself, and Moët & Chandon, the Maison that forged that relationship, was commissioned to supply the French Royal Palace at Versailles in 1748. I toasted to
With worldwide support, it is only natural that Moët & Chandon will bring many countries of Africa together to celebrate champagne.

Moët & Chandon hosted eight private events, bringing together friends, celebrities and dignitaries of the Maison to showcase the region’s glitz and reputation for savoir-fête.
Michelle Ntarami, Mapus Maponyan from South Africa, Nancy Sumali from Tanzania and Timini Egbson from Nigeria were selected to organize these regional celebrations, raising a glass to the Maison and its continued success.

These people had already gone to Epernay in May with Moët and Chandon. Champagne Day was celebrated in imperial fashion with his eight small, glitzy parties from South Africa to Kenya.
There are great locations across the continent, including the Villa Kempinski in Nairobi, the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town and the Johari Rotana Hotel in Dar es Salaam.

Each offers a unique dining experience and offers carefully selected photo opportunities, including interactive glitter pods that amplify the excitement.
35 special visitors from Kenya including Michelle Ntarami, Octopizzo, Lucia Mussau, Anita Ndel, Kate Actress and Nick Ndeda graced Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel .

Upon their arrival, guests were ushered out onto the balcony bar patio, sipped on Moët & Chandon Imperials, and headed for a five-course matched lunch.
Seated at long tables adorned with flowers and glass bubbles, guests were served a sophisticated meal pairing with Motte & Chandon champagne.
Highlights include the Supreme de Vorail, Motte et Chandon Rosé Imperial with Smoked Beef Filet, and Motte et Chandon Imperial with Sushi Dragon Roll.

“Champagne Day is an opportunity to celebrate how a Maison with a rich tradition of winemaking excellence has shaped the industry by distilling unparalleled quality into every bottle for almost three centuries.
Amy Kellen, Head of Consumer Engagement for Moët Hennessy Africa and the Middle East, declares that it is Moët & Chandon’s true desire to spread that joy across Africa and around the world.

About Moët & Chandon
Founded in 1743, the Maison Moët & Chandon has contributed to the introduction of Champagne to the world by offering a wide range of distinctive wines for every occasion.
Whether the famous Moët Imperial, the Grand Vintage Collection, the Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial or the avant-garde Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial, each champagne captivates and delights with its intense fruitiness, seductive mouthfeel and beautiful aging.

Since its inception, Moët & Chandon has been the champagne of choice to commemorate important historical or private moments.
For each memorable milestone in life, there is a Moët & Chandon Champagne style to perfectly capture the moment.

Content provided by Moët & Chandon, African Elite Group Ltd, NFH

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