Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Moët & Chandon’s outlook for End-of-Year celebrations in 2015: SO BUBBLY!

In 2015, Moët & Chandon upholds the annual tradition of end-of-year celebration in its signature festive style. No festive table is complete without Moët & Chandon, and this year the Maison sets the standard for end-of-year celebration with the So Bubbly limited edition collection!

Moët & Chandon Champagne has always been a favourite of mine, and this new SO BUBBLY bottle makes it so much more desirable!

So Bubbly features boundless bubbles that showcase the vibrancy and energy of the season. Bubbles are the incarnation of Moët & Chandon, symbolizing its sense of celebration, savoir-faire and pioneering spirit. The dazzling bubbles capture the festive end-of-year ambiance to brighten every table.

“Moët & Chandon is a master of elevating the season’s festivities with style and glamour,” said Arnaud de Saignes, International Director of Marketing and Communications for Moët & Chandon. “This season the Maison is bubbling over with bold ways to celebrate life’s most meaningful Moët moments.”


In 2015, the So Bubbly limited edition is a bottle of Moët & Chandon’s iconic Moët Impérial champagne, and a treasured gift in itself that can be shared with all! Faithful to its pioneering spirit, and for the first time ever in Champagne, Moët & Chandon has elegantly deconstructed the Maison’s label on the bottle amongst a cluster of golden bubbles. Each bubble captures an element of the logo, sharing Moët & Chandon’s abundant, celebration spirit and bringing it to the holiday table.

The So Bubbly limited edition bottle can also be found in the luminous So Bubbly bath amongst a profusion of golden “bubbles” that delicately chill the champagne. Champagne lovers can also give the limited edition with the So Bubbly gift bag, an elegant, mirrored gift bag with black lace handle that showcases the So Bubbly bottle to perfection: the great addition to a memorable seasonal celebration.

Til the next time, stay beautiful!


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