Saturday, 22 June 2019

SUMMER HAS ARRIVED AS MOET IMPERIAL ROSE CELEBRATES 1743 IN GLASGOW




 1743 is a huge date in the Moët & Chandon calendar because that’s when the House first introduced its champagne to the world. 

So it made sense that we celebrated that fact by having a ‘grand pour’ of the sparkling and elegant elixir at 17:43 exactly in Glasgow’s October Cafe. 

 As a guest of Moet Chandon, theshowbizlion.com was treated to an array of entertainment from the fab saxophonist Trav SAXingh who gave Cafe Del Mar a run for its money with his funked up melodies and DJ Kyle Brawley who kept the beats going strong all afternoon. 



It was a civilised affair as Moët Rosé Impérial with its pink summery hues was served up on arrival in bespoke glasses to Glasgow’s style crowd. 

Amongst them were our fellow bloggers Everyday Man, Gentleman Select and Blu Blazer Guy, STV’s Laura Boyd and The Evening Times Aftab Ali. 

The ‘grand pour’ was a sight to behold as the Moët Rosé Champagne pyramid fountain was poured to breathtaking effect in the centre of October with complimentary toasts for revellers. 

Fruity yet mature, it means that Summer has now officially arrived and we were thrilled to be part of a #MoetMoment. 







 


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