Moët & Chandon

The legendary Moët & Chandon Champagne house has been around for over 270 years. Founded in the 18th Century by Claude Moët’s vision of transforming a prestigious but little known regional wine into a favourite of cosmopolitans and courtiers throughout Europe. His grandson Jean-Rémy Moët set out to conquer the market and soon transformed Moët & Chandon into an international symbol of celebration, accomplishing his lifelong goal of “sharing the magic of champagne with the world.”

Lovers of Moët & Chandon Champagne have included the Marquise de Pompadour who once said “Champagne is the only wine in the world that makes every woman beautiful.” Napoleon Bonaparte Visited the estate in Epernay and awarded Jean-Remy Moët one of France’s highest honours, the medal of the Légion d’honneur. Legend has it that Napoleon and his troops invented the tradition of sabering open bottles of Moët to celebrate victory. Napoleon's name lends itself to Moët's flagship Imperial Champagne. That is quite an honour.These days Moët is the choice of Champagne at the Oscars, Royal Weddings and seen on tables worldwide.

Moët is made using a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes of which 50% are grands crus and 25% are premiers crus. Grown in the five main areas of Champagne,  each grape imparts its own unique character and taste to the sublime range of Champagnes made by the house of Moët & Chandon. With it's distinctive style, every stage of the process depends on the complementary know how of all the staff in the house of Moët & Chandon. From the vine growers, to the cellar men, each person plays a vital role. 

Whatever the occasion, celebrate in style with Moët & Chandon.