From iconic champagne cocktails created in the 19th century to our innovative in-house creations, embrace a new mixology experience with Moët & Chandon.
On display : Moët & Chandon’s Signature Cocktail, the IMPÉRIAL 1869
"In cocktails as in champagne, if it breaks the rules, it must be Moët & Chandon."
Discover our innovative cocktail creations, especially designed to highlight the champagne and showcase the diverse aromas and complexity of our most iconic wines.
Created to celebrate the Maison's most iconic cuvée, this cocktail highlights the beautifully fresh flavours of Moët Impérial.
Fruits abound in this delicate creation inspired by the glorious sunsets in the gardens of the orangery in Epernay.
Created in tribute to the famed Marquise of Pompadour, this drink showcases the radiant and alluring spontaneity of Rosé Impérial.
Did you know that champagne and mixology have an incredibly long shared history?
Reinterpreted from iconic bartending guides or historical menus, including that of the Titanic, these three drinks pay tribute to the fantastic fundamentals of mixology.
Recreate the drinks that made us fall in love with champagne cocktails at home.
This drink was served as a stand-alone sixth course to first-class passengers on the night the Titanic sunk.
The Champagne Cocktail emerged in Panama in 1855. Its popularity earned it a place in the first-ever cocktail book, Jerry Thomas’s Bartenders Guide.
This cocktail takes its name from the French 75-millimetre military light field gun. It was dubbed "the most powerful drink in the world" by British novelist Alec Waugh.
At Moët & Chandon, we know that panache goes hand-in-hand with the art of breaking the rules.
For over 250 years, we have been reinventing champagne every time it settles into its comfort zone. Because it deserves to be exceptional, we have always enjoyed upsetting the status quo and introducing new rituals to share the magic of champagne with the world.
We are bringing our pioneering spirit and panache back to the world of cocktails.
Creating an encounter between legacy and modernity, art and science.
Always improving, never settling for the ordinary, forever committed to the exceptional. Because, in cocktails as in champagne, there can be no magic without Moët & Chandon.
From Punch Romaine made with Moët & Chandon since 1858, and served on Titanic’s First Class menu designed by Escoffier, through Prince Albert’s Black Velvet,
Moët & Chandon’s history has always been tightly linked to Champagne Cocktails.
On display :
Titanic’s First Class Menu, April 1912 – and the oldest menu in the Moët & Chandon Collection, August 1858
« Much like his champagne, as soon as Monsieur Moët enters the rooms boredom disappears. »