While big achievements are always a worthy cause for a celebration, it’s imperative to also note that the day-to-day moments that really have a huge impact in our lives; the small wins that we sometimes ignore, are actually the drive that keeps us going in between those big milestones. The emotions that makes up these moments, are worthy of a celebration and certainly deserving of a Moet moment.
Bubbly Boss, Moët & Chandon went all way out for this year’s Moet Grand day 2020 with the theme “Toast to Togetherness” from coast to coast, uniting celebrities across the African Continent on Champagne Day. After what’s been a challenging year and at a time when individuals, communities and nations have never felt more disconnected, the 2020 Moët Grand Day stood out as a reminder to champagne fans throughout Africa, that even the smallest moments of victory, achievement and success are worth celebrating.
To set the tone for all things sparkly and beautiful, Lucia Musau, Founder and CEO of African Elite Group Ltd, sent each of the stars, a personalized special limited edition bottle of Möet & Chandon Gold Brut Imperial NV 1.5ltr Magnum hand-delivered to them, along with 4 golden goblets. The bottles had their names engraved on it. If there’s a brand that truly knows how to make you feel special, for sure 100%, it is Moët & Chandon.
This year, instead of one big gathering, Moēt Grand Day ‘Toast to Togetherness’ celebrations had a slightly different twist to it – guests celebrated at intimate gatherings with stylish soirées at home; toasting to sunsets or dining al fresco with their friends as they all raised their glasses in celebration at 17:43 on Champagne Day 2020, a fitting and significant date for this years’ experience.
Moët & Chandon celebrates the thrill of living. With a bottle of its champagne opened every second around the globe, Moët & Chandon knows that every second is an experience, and every experience is a Moët Moment to live, always with grandeur, generosity, glamour & success.
Catherine Kamau –Karanja’s party at Emara Ole Sereni.
Guests- Neomi Ng’ang’a, Annestellah Karimi, and Mary Muriuki.
Ochieng Vincent’s party in the Lavington Suburb.
Guests- Sanaipei Ntimama, ‘Sir’ Henry Otiende, and Kay Karabo
Lucia Musau’s party at Mawimbi Restaurant.
Guests- Sandra Mwelu Mutinda, Naserian Washeke, and Nicole Lucky Mumbua
Foi Wambui’s party at The Hob House.
Guests- Tracy Njoroge, Miriam Amollo, Anita Nderu, and Lorna Wanjeri.
This year’s ‘Toast to Togetherness’ served once again to explain why Moët & Chandon remains the world’s most loved champagne. Indeed, since 1743 the renowned Maison has combined ‘savoir-faire’ (know-how) with the art of the fête.
And it is this very ‘savoir-fête’ that has made their champagnes the ideal choice for those wishing to toast to intimate moments, to important milestones and everything in between. When you add a bottle of Moët & Chandon to any ordinary experience, it immediately transforms it into a swanky, sophisticated happening.