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The Scene Celebrating 150 Years of Moët Impérial

Celebrating 150 Years of Moët Impérial

Celebrating 150 Years of Moët Impérial
By Amelia Yeo
July 04, 2019
Moët and Chandon's emblematic bubbly celebrated its 150th anniversary in a sparkling fete

1/6 The celebration grounds

Last June, French Champagne House Moët and Chandon toasted to the 150th anniversary of its signature cuvée, the Moët Imperial, in conjunction with Moët & Chandon's Grand Day. The annual event saw a full day of celebrations held around the globe, where friends of the Maison will raise a glass in celebration of the emblematic bubbly. Held at an idyllic corner of Singapore, the green lawn and spacious verandah at Wheeler's Estate was set up as the grounds for this milestone celebration.


2/6 The iconic tipple

In a sparkling fete, guests were not only immersed in the gorgeous set up featuring the iconic Moët Imperial bottles, but were treated to an unlimited flow of the tipple throughout the celebrations as well. Surrounded by laughter and smiles all around, the event also saw quite a number of clinking glasses as champagne was served in large golden chalices, which certainly elevated the occasion. 

The Maison's emblematic bubbly is made from a perfectly executed blend of over 200 crus, the iconic champagne is characterised by its fruitiness, which consists of the intensity of green apple and elegant nuances of gooseberry.

3/6 Moët mojitos

Should guests opt for something else, a Moët mojito station was also available in the middle of the verandah if they preferred cocktails instead. By adding a splash of bubbly to the classic summer drink, the delicious concoction had guests coming back for more all afternoon long. 


4/6 Looks from the soirée

The afternoon soirée, which was aptly themed as a festive gypsy escapade, saw everyone dress white and black with accents of gold. To top it all off, mini bottles of Moët bubbles were given out at the door to liven up the party afterward. 


5/6 Capturing #MoetMoments

Laid out on the lawn were a couple of festive tents which were glamourously embellished with Moët Imperial's new limited edition anniversary bottles. Prior to the start of the celebrations, guests were each given a disposable camera to snap up as many #MoetMoments as possible. As one of the main spots to get pictures taken, party-goers found themselves getting comfortable under the golden leaf canopy with their drinks in hand, while capturing several pictures of their friends and themselves enjoying the afternoon. 

6/6 The braiding booth

For those who wished to add a little bohemian touch to their look, a braiding booth was situated on site for everyone to get their party looks on. Helmed by ever so talented crochet artist Kelly Limerick, she effortlessly weaved in shimmery pieces of cloth into everyone's hair, resulting in unique and beautiful braids that we absolutely loved. 


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