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Celebrate love, life and friendship with a glass of Moët this Saturday

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07th Jun 2018
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Forget about whatever you were planning to do this Saturday; there’s something much more fun on the agenda. This weekend, people from 80 countries across the world will raise a glass of Moët & Chandon champagne to celebrate love, life and friendship. It’s called Moët Grand Day, and from what we’ve heard, it’s going to be very grand indeed.

Moët & Chandon has been at the heart of celebrations for 275 years, not just in Ireland but internationally. Whether it’s an engagement, a wedding, a promotion or a birthday; a bottle of bubbly is always there to mark the occasion. So intrinsic is champagne to celebrations, a bottle of Moët is opened every second around the globe. In honour of this tradition, the entire world is invited to join a 24-hour, global champagne party on Saturday, June 9th.

The best part about Moët Grand Day is that it brings family and friends together, even from opposite ends of the globe. With thousands of Irish expats in Canada, Australia, the UK, Asia and more; the day gives us a reason to reconnect. Why not arrange a video call and toast to the good memories you share; or raise a glass of bubbly during a Moët Grand Day BBQ at the same time as your friend in London. Moët Grand Day is all about sharing moments with the people you love and weekends don’t get much better than that.

Once you’ve secured your party plans, it’s time to choose your flavour. Moët Impérial is the House’s iconic champagne and is created from more than 100 wines. First developed in 1869, it has the vibrant intensity of green apple and citrus fruit, with the freshness of white flowers. As for food pairing, Moët Impérial is particularly nice with sushi; white fish; scallops; oysters and chicken.

Alternatively, celebrate Moët Grand Day with Moët Rosé Impérial. This pink champagne with its amber highlights tastes of strawberry, raspberry, and redcurrant. It has the firmness of peach and the freshness of menthol, and is more delicious when paired with red meats; goats cheese; red fruits and black olives.

Founded in 1743, Moët & Chandon contributed to the introduction of champagne to the world by offering a range of unique wines for every occasion. Each champagne dazzles and delights with bright fruitiness, an enticing palate and an elegant maturity. With a bottle of its champagne opened every second around the globe, Moët & Chandon knows that every second is an experience, and every experience is a #moetmoment. 

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