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The relationship between Moët & Chandon and United States began over 200 years ago. Records from 1792 confirm the first shipment of champagne to the New World. Today still, the House maintains a significant presence in this country especially with Moët Impérial or Nectar Impérial (a wine with high dosage and fruity richness).

Baqué Molinié took inspiration from this long-standing relationship by reinterpreting Lady Liberty’s torch.


Moët & Chandon and the United States

For over 230 years, the relationship between Moët & Chandon and the United States has flourished; records show its first shipment from France to the “New World” in 1792. Atelier Baqué Molinié celebrate this enduring relationship by focusing on her torch: the flame features recycled and second-hand materials to symbolize the power of creative reinvention for environmental conservation—a light for new ways ahead.


1,100 Hours of Work

Flame sculpted from molded leather finished with gold leaf, shards from broken bottle glass, and precious stones. Torch covered in leather inset with golden ornamental embroideries.

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« Much like his champagne, as soon as Monsieur Moët enters the rooms boredom disappears. »
Attributed to a contemporary of Jean-Remy Moët