The luxury champagne brand Moët & Chandon welcomes the return of the release
Opening of the first Moët & Chandon pop-up in Greenbelt
ANCX staff | 20 November 2021
“The idea was inspired by our ability to finally come together,” says Michael Ellingworth, Commercial Director of Moët Hennessy Philippines, of the very first Moët Pop Up in the New Greenbelt 3. “And Moët is the perfect brand. to bring people together. . ”
Indeed, it’s time to step outside again – thanks to today’s more relaxed quarantine protocols – and grab the opportunity to do something festive and glamorous. After all, how long has it been since your last opportunity to dress?
The pop-up is a photogenic hangout, perfectly placed like a gem in the courtyard of the Greenbelt, an elegant structure in white from which one could glimpse the mall gardens. While you could buy bottles of Moët & Chandon inside and even have them personalized – a nice gift idea for the holidays (because who doesn’t like receiving champagne?) – the people behind the concept have added a few other activities in the dome that allow for a more immersive experience.
For example, you can watch a special film on the history of the luxury champagne brand via a screen right next to the champagne station. A few steps further, a pictorial setting where you can be photographed with your bottles, a festive spirit of rigor.
The brand has chosen the bubbles of sound, well, sparkling, as another inspiration for the pop up, a festive symbol that has long been an integral part of the history of the champagne house since its creation in 1743, its “beautifying” shine. the very quality Jean Rémy Moët, grandson of the founder of the House, defended throughout the world.
“We hope the joyous effervescence of Moët & Chandon will inspire everyone to celebrate with loved ones, treat each other and toast to create unforgettable and elegant moments together,” said Ellingworth.
As the world reopens, the glamor may start again for Filipinos who have been locked out for nearly two years. And if you’re already dressed to buy champagne and have your picture taken at the pop-up, why not go straight to a meal in one of the two luxury restaurants nearby: Margarita Fores’ Italian restaurant, Lusso, and Colin Mackay’s Sala, the Mecca of French gastronomy. From November 20, these two establishments will be offering festive menus that can be accompanied by Moët & Chandon.
Through the pop-up, Manila joins Sydney, Johannesburg, London, Milan, Amsterdam, Madrid, Moscow, Paris, New York and Mexico City to host a series of events such as musical performances and immersive experiences centered on refined champagnes. by Moët & Chandon.
The pop-up store is open from November 20 to December 29, 2021, but you can also get champagne from the brand’s official partner e-merchant, winery.ph. Click on the link to view the rates.