Moët & Chandon
Oct Tue, 2012

Moët & Chandon celebrates
250 years in Russia

Remembering the first 300 bottles of fine Impérial sent to Russia by the Maison in 1762, Moët & Chandon hosted an elegant and enchanting tasting in Moscow. To pay reverence to the longstanding connection between Russia and the Maison, guests enjoyed champagnes selected for their link to Russian history. The showcased champagnes included the Grand Vintage 1914 symbolizing Tsar Alexander I’s victory over Napoleon, and the Grand Vintage 1962 symbolizing the first flutes of Moët enjoyed in the royal court of Catherine the Great in 1762. Welcoming another 250 years of success and glamour in Russia, the Maison revealed an exclusive first taste to guests of the latest addition to its extensive vintage collection: the Grand Vintage 2004.


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