Moët & Chandon is thrilled to unveil its holiday season “Tie your wish” collection designed to celebrate the promise of a bright new year. In a playful way, the “Tie your wish” design reinterprets the classically distinctive codes of the House with a contemporary twirl, adorning a limited-edition festive bottle and a customised message printed on ribbons to share celebrations and gift-giving moments.
Moët & Chandon’s black tie has elegantly dressed the House’s champagne bottles since 1886. This year, that binding symbol unravels into a silver ribbon that wraps the Maison’s distinctive label contouring the shape of a joyful holiday tree.
“Tie your wish” limited-edition bottle is dressed in a shimmering textured golden shade, as a tribute to the alluring and vibrant character of Moët Impérial, with prominent, feathered-edge effects evoking a modern painter’s brushstrokes in homage to the artistic sensibility that characterises the art of winemaking at Moët & Chandon.
The festive bottle is filled with the House’s signature champagne, Moët Impérial, defined by a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and an elegant maturity, all distinctive characteristics of Moët & Chandon’s blends. Its assemblage is designed to mirror the richness and diversity of the Champagne region’s vineyards, structured with a slight dominance of Pinot Noir, textured by Meunier and enhanced by the freshness of Chardonnay.
Available at participating outlets and e-retail partners and select wine stores, Moët & Chandon’s “Tie your wish” collection celebrates life’s ties of togetherness and celebration that bind Moët & Chandon to its heritage of heartfelt generosity and savoir-fête.
Ribbon personalisation will be available after CMCO at participating Jaya Grocer outlets in Intermark Mall, The Gardens Mall, Starling Mall (from 16th November 2020 to 4th January 2021) and Empire Subang (from 4th to 27th December 2020). It will also be available at Boozeit B.I.G. in Publika and Bangsar (from 21st November to 31st December 2020).
– Please drink responsibly –