To celebrate the 5th anniversary of its partnership with the Royal Albert Hall in London, Moët & Chandon unveiled its redesigned champagne bar.

The bar now boasts Moët’s entire champagne range by-the-flute, together with champagne food to pair with the wines.

The Royal Albert Hall / Moët & Chandon partnership was started in 2009 to provide the 1.3 million annual visitors to the iconic venue to add yet another dimension to its visitor’s unique show experience.

Moët & Chandon remains the largest champagne house with an estimated 29 million bottles sold in 2013 alone, which corresponds to about 9.5% of the entire champagne yearly production.


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