Moët Party Day 2017

Mzansi royalty joined 80 countries around the world for Moët Party Day 2017

The world’s most loved champagne, Moët & Chandon, hosted a dazzling list of Mzansi royalty to celebrate Moët Party Day 2017. This global, day-to-night party saw 80 countries worldwide joining in celebration on 17 June​, from 12:00:00 in New Zealand to the end of the night in Mexico and beyond. For more than 270 years, Moët & Chandon has been driven by a bold vision and Moët Party Day 2017 is testament to the Maison’s legendary pioneering spirit with the creation of a global champagne moment truly deserving of a place in the history books.

The glittering red-carpet Moët & Chandon party hosted at the Four Seasons Arcadia Ballroom, saw Johannesburg once again take its place on the world stage, with South Africa joining an astounding list of 80 countries around the globe celebrating.

“Moët Party Day has become one of the most anticipated events on the social calendar and our guests arrived in true Mzansi royalty style … looking dazzling! The evening was unforgettable and we really showed the world how South Africa celebrates in champagne style,” said Aimee Kellen, Moët Hennessy Champagne Portfolio Manager.

​Photographers and TV crews captured celebrity guests reveling in the royalty themed party which included an impressive gold aerial dancer; a ‘living’ champagne fountain serving guests from Moët magnums and a rocking set by DJs of the moment, DJ p.H and DJ Zinhle.

Guests shared their Moēt Party Day experience with fellow champagne fans around the globe courtesy of cutting-edge video mapping including scenography featuring cities around the world and live streaming of #MOETMOMENTS via a Moët & Chandon social wall.

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Guests including Nomzamo Mbatha, Boity Thulo, Maps Maponyane and Basetsana Kumalo celebrated in true Moët & Chandon glamorous style, all adding their personalised messages to the custom designed Moët & Chandon ‘In The Company of Royalty’ crown wall, while the gorgeous Linda Mtoba took time to pose in the Moët & Chandon bath, much to the delight of her Instagram followers.

Enhe Mbali scooped the award for ‘most glamorous’ in a stunning electric blue jumpsuit with matching Gert-Johan Coetzee fur coat, while Miahs Moloto won ‘most stylish’ in a patterned tailored suit.

Guests were treated to the full range of Moët & Chandon over the course of the evening – including Moët & Chandon Impérial, Moët Nectar Impérial and Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé. In true generous Moët & Chandon style champagne was poured delicately from magnums into golden Moët goblets.

“Moët Party Day has become the most anticipated event on the Johannesburg social calendar, and this year’s glamorous experience pays tribute once again as to why Moët & Chandon remains the world’s most loved champagne.

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