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Moët & Chandon and London has been a long story in the making, the city playing host to many friends of the brand from all walks of life throughout the years.

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On September 1st 2020, Moët & Chandon will open the doors exclusively at Selfridges, Oxford Street of ‘London Calling’, a new intimate 10-seater champagne bar and concept space that takes you on a journey through time and celebrates some of Moët & Chandon and London’s most historical moments from 1908 through to the 1990s.

From sipping on exquisite champagne cocktails co-created in partnership with some of London’s most revered cocktail bars, to brushing up your knowledge of wines with champagne tastings, to personalising your very own champagne gift box, ‘London Calling’ will surprise and delight until dawn sets itself on 2020…


1967 - Lulu, pictured at her London flat celebrating after she has learnt that her single 'To Sir With Love' has gone to #1 in all the American Pop charts and is on the way for a golden disc.


1995 - A 15L bottle of Moët Impérial is delivered to 10 Downing Street to celebrate John Major's re-election.


1974 - Iconic band Queen celebrating the release of 'Killer Queen' album at EMI offices in Soho.

On September 1st 2020, exclusively at Selfridges.

Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford Street

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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