To send out the old and ring in the new, Moët & Chandon are sharing the refinement of the French ‘art of living’ in a limited edition release.
The Tribute to French Art-de-Vivre is festively designed and covered in symbols that are close to the Maison as well as to France. Little golden icons shine brightly against the dark green bottle of the Moët Impérial, and include such landmarks as the Arc de Triomphe (built in 1806 by Napoleon, who Jean-Remy Moët had close ties with), the Eiffel Tower, the Orangerie (built in Epernay in the early 1800s and a symbol of the Maison’s hosting heritage), as well as an impressive champagne pyramid to illustrate their unparalleled know-how in the art of celebration.
It’s housed in an equally elegant, matte white box with the same gold designs on the outside, and is sure to make a grand impression at a dinner party with friends.
The 750ml bottle is now available at selected retailers. It’s the end of another year, and we could definitely do with a drink.
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