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Moët & Chandon toasts to Golden Globe Awards

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Last night, Moët & Chandon – proud to be celebrating its 28th anniversary as the official Champagne of the Golden Globes – toasted to Hollywood’s leading filmmakers and brightest stars during the 76th Annual Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Over 1.500 Moët Minis were served to a roster of stars on the red carpet, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Maison’s popular philanthropic initiative, “Toast for a Cause”. Celebrities including Moët & Chandon Golden Globes Ambassadors Gemma Chan and Camilla BelleAmy Adams, Glenn Close, Idris Elba, Luke Evans, Dakota Fanning, Willem Dafoe, Gina Rodriguez, Darren Criss, Laura Harrier and many more raised a celebratory Moët Mini in honor of their charity of choice – to which Moët & Chandon donates $1,000 in the participants’ names. Backstage, presenters and winners celebrated withgolden glasses of Moët & Chandon and Moët Minis including Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Michael Douglas, Jeff Bridges, Patricia Arquette and more.  

During the evening, the French Maison debuted ‘The Moët Belle’, the official cocktail of the 76th Golden Globe Awards, created by actress and filmmaker Camilla Belle.  Elegant yet easy to make at home, the cocktail captures the beauty and glamour of Hollywood’s biggest night while drawing from Camilla’s Brazilian roots to highlight the international flavor of the evening.

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