Moët & Chandon are to celebrate its biggest nationwide celebration to date, the first ever Moët Party Day, and it’s coming to Glasgow on Saturday 11th June.
The party day marks the anniversary of the first ever champagne spray moment. On June 11th in 1967, Dan Gurney unexpectedly showered the crowd when he popped open a Jeroboam bottle of Moët & Chandon upon his triumph at the 24-hour Le Mans race in France.
Glasgow the host city for Scotland for a day of fun. DIVE INTO THE NOW with Moët Ice as the celebrations land in full effect 12pm – 6pm at The Lane on Ashton Lane with a Balearic-inspired, white-themed street party capturing the inimitable spirit of the White Isle.
This summer’s must-try champagne, the new Moët Ice Impérial, also known as ‘La Piscine’ – champagne served on the rocks.
Augmenting the Ashton Lane daytime party will also be a series of surprise Moët moments, as well as an outdoor barbeque hosted by Ketchup. An unmissable event and everyone is invited!
Moët Party Day invites you to immerse yourself in the ‘now’ and create your own #MoëtPartyDay moment with the much loved house champagne, Moët Imperial. Join the party from 9pm in the spectacular grandeur of Glasgow’s Corinthian as the city’s finest purveyor of the most celebrated sonic soundtracks, David Barbarossa, helps unleash a night of the unexpected, all with the flair of Moët’s irresistible decadence.
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