Moët & Chandon hosted a glamorous event at the iconic Sydney Town Hall to mark the 150th Anniversary of Moët Impérial, an important milestone in the extraordinary journey of a global icon of celebration and the French champagne House’s signature brut champagne that has epitomized its unwavering commitment to excellence.

Hosted by Moët & Chandon President and CEO, Stéphane Baschiera alongside special guest, Moët & Chandon Ambassador, Jesinta Franklin, the black-tie dinner was attended by 150 celebrities, influencers, media and friends of the brand.

Following the spectacular black carpet arrival into Town Hall, guests enjoyed the Impérial 1869 cocktail that was created for the occasion and to highlight the beautiful fresh flowers of the champagne.

Moving into the Centennial Hall, guests then enjoyed a two-course meal curated by renowned French chef, Guillaume Brahimi that was superbly paired to Moët Impérial from the new limited edition anniversary bottles.

To finish off the dinner, hosts, Stéphane Baschiera and Jesinta Franklin made the ultimate grand gesture and poured the 20 tier Moët Impérial champagne tower before announcing a surprise performance by Hayden James in the Moët & Chandon Studio 1869 after party.

The 150-guest list included Ambassador Jesinta Franklin, The Hon Julie Bishop and Friends of the Brand including Olympia Valance, Erin Holland and Terry and Anthony Minichiello.

Jesinta Franklin commented on the evening, “It was an honour to host Moët Impérial’s 150th Anniversary event last night with CEO, Stéphane Baschiera. The iconic venue, food, champagne and after party was an incredible celebration.”

To honour 150 years of Moët Impérial, Moët & Chandon will have its most emblematic champagne available in the limited-edition anniversary bottles that are inscribed with a redesigned logo that erects the “I” of “Impérial” into a new symbol.

Source: Moet & Chandon