270 Years of History
Renowned as the world’s most loved champagne and one of the first luxury brands in history, this year marks the 270th anniversary of Moët & Chandon. The House is famous for making its champagne the global icon of luxury and celebration that it is today. Around the world, the name Moët & Chandon is instantly associated with both venerable tradition and modern pleasures—a luminous, longtime presence at glamorous venues ranging from the red carpet festivals and awards ceremonies of international cinema to the winner’s circle at the most prestigious athletic competitions.
Established in 1743 by Claude Moët, it was the founder’s pioneering grandson Jean-Remy Moët, one of the most important figures in the history of champagne, who introduced his family’s fine wine to the courtiers of Europe. Thanks to his friendships with the great men and women of the era, particularly Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, and his dynamism as an ambassador for his quality champagne, Moët & Chandon became the select wine for some of history’s most dazzling gatherings. The House’s legacy flourishes to this day, its daring spirit and dedication to excellence reinvented and renewed for every generation. With its respect for tradition combined with its unceasing innovation, Moët & Chandon glows with an aura of timeless modernityPress downloads
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