This June, Moët & Chandon presents Moët Summer House, a unique concept blending a private members’ club with Moët & Chandon’s renowned spirit of generosity.
Launching on June 8th and running across three days, Moët Summer House will mark the start of London’s summer. Set in a Georgian townhouse in the heart of Mayfair, overlooking Grosvenor Square, members can expect a day-to-night line-up of cultural events.
Moët Summer House’s committee of tastemakers, including Eric Underwood, Portia Freeman and Jack Guinness, have created a programme not to be missed, from live podcasts with Edith Bowman and The High Low to poetry reading with Greta Bellamacina, an in conversation with Paloma Faith, evening dinner and a Sunday roast by Jason Atherton, lunch with Isaac Carew and incredible unannounced acoustic and DJ sets from Bluey Robinson and Communion Music.
A pioneer and visionary of his time, Claude Moët, the founder of Moët & Chandon, had the dream to share the magic of Moët with the world. His spirit of generosity and savoir-faire was infectious. Moët & Chandon soon became the champagne of choice for influential personalities of the 18th Century and the icon for every good party.
275 years later and now the biggest champagne brand in the world, Moët & Chandon continues on this path. With centuries of experience in hosting the most revered parties, expect moments of Moët magic, from iconic champagne towers, poured only with Jeroboams, to the world’s first ever champagne vending machine (it Must Be Moët & Chandon!)
To register your membership free of charge, visit www.moetsummerhouse.com.