Jude Law and Woody Allen sign Moet & Chandon Jeroboams at Toast for a Cause
Continuing its long-standing support of the film industry, Moet & Chandon, “the Champagne of Success & Glamour”, once again hosted and toasted cinema icons and aficionados in Cannes.
At the stylish Bâoli Beach, Moët & Chandon invited A-list international movie stars took part in a “Toast for a Cause”, in which the film cast signed Moet Jeroboams, presented in a 60-bottle pyramid that will then be auctioned off to their charity of choice.
The “Moet Ice Imperial Bar” hosted invitation-only Sunset Cocktails that featured Moet Ice Imperial, the first ever champagne specially created to be enjoyed on ice in hot weather conditions. The perfect accompaniment for Cannes most exclusive daytime celebrations. This new champagne blend has been expertly developed to intensify the taste experience.
Bringing a generous approach to the Croisette, Moet & Chandon was the exclusive champagne at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS event that happened on 19th May. Moet & Chandon also played a leading role during Cannes most amazing celebrations, such as the after party for Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris”, the Festival’s Opening Film.
“Cannes embodies the grandeur of the world’s best cinema and the glamour of the world’s most famous movie stars,” said Daniel Lalonde, President and CEO of Moet &
Chandon. “As the world’s most-loved champagne, Moet & Chandon is honoured to share in this year’s most magical cinema moments.”
With an exciting series of events in store, Moet & Chandon looks forward to sharing its savoir faire and passion for celebration with its VIP guests throughout the Festival.