Moët & Chandon Champagne marque, has announced Glasgow as the host city in Scotland for its Moët Grand Toast on Saturday 9th June, one of a series of global summer parties celebrating 275 years of the maison.
Claude Moët, the founder of Moët & Chandon, had the dream to share Champagne with the world. Moët & Chandon soon became the toast of choice for influential personalities of the 18th Century and its high status continues to this day.
In recognition of this 275th birthday, a flagship Moët Grand Toast will take place at The Corinthian Club.
Sound-tracking the party across The Terrace and The Brasserie, will be a host of DJs including Nick Peacock, David Barbarossa, Naeem and Kevin McCrorie.
Packages available including Sharing Platter for 2 with bottle of Moët (£70), Bespoke 3 Course Dinner paired with Moët (£50 per person) as well as Champagne by the glass and bottle (£9.95/£60).
In keeping with Claude Moët’s spirit of generosity, a series of surprise Moët moments await revellers across the day and night, whilst at precisely 17.43pm, in honour of the year the maison was founded, a Moët Champagne pyramid fountain will be poured in the centre of Corinthian’s magnificent Brasserie with complimentary toasts for revellers.
The celebrations will continue through until 3am with Moët Ice Impérial, also known as ‘La Piscine’ – Champagne served on the rocks, as well as with the much-loved Moët Imperial.
To book any of the packages contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 552 1101.