It’s the most magical time of the year and this Christmas Moët & Chandon, invites you to celebrate The Perfect Serve; chilled Moët from the magnum. Revel in the magic of the Moët & Chandon Bar exclusively presented in Blythswood Square Hotel, the magnificent five-star city centre landmark, from now and remaining in place to welcome in the bells of Hogmanay.
Expect a Moët moment as grand magnums delivering the much-loved Moët Impérial from the beautiful bar are served. There will be complimentary truffle Impérial popcorn gifted with every glass purchased.
The Perfect Pairing, will include servings of Loch Fyne smoked salmon with lemon & caviar cream cheese on a buckwheat bellini, a truffle, parmesan and ricotta cone and a glass of Moët Impérial for £15.
A special cocktail created by Head Bartender Martin Nicol, the Mrs. Cratchit – Moët with infused Crème de Cassis – will also offer sparkling splendour.
Sprinkle further festive spontaneity across the season with the Moët Champagne Afternoon Tea at Blythswood Square. Running daily 12pm – 5pm, this most sociable indulgence, within the grandeur of The Salon, remains faithful to the classic combination of finger sandwiches, scones served warm with clotted cream, sweet pastries and freshly baked cakes. The centrepiece of afternoon tea is, of course, a chilled glass of Moët. Cost is £43 per person.
Paint the night gold and welcome 2019 in the grand style of The House of Moët. Secure your table of four with a bottle of Moët for £100 per table or guarantee house party entrance from 10.30pm for £20 per person. Live music from house band Chasing Lights as well as a soundtrack from Pretty Ugly Club will bring in the bells along with the most magical of surprises by Moët.
The House of Moët launched in sparkling style. Upon arrival at Blythswood Square’s grand marble lobby, guests were greeted with the most traditional of festive rituals, a spectacular Christmas tree elegantly accessorised by Moët decorations. The perfect backdrop for memorable photo captures, and one which for the launch was complemented by The Glasgow Phoenix Choir.