Moet and chandon effervescence

Moët & Chandon’s Massive ‘Effervescence’ Party is Coming Back to Sydney Harbour 

If you’re looking for an exciting way to ring in the festive season, then look no further than Moët & Chandon’s ‘Effervescence’ experience. Kicking off on 1 December 2022, you’ll have the chance to witness a spectacular array of installations, alongside a series of immersive encounters, starting with the grand activation of Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

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Now, of course, no Moët event would be complete without pressing your lips to a tasty glass of bubbly. Guests will be treated to a Moët Mini on arrival, and Moët & Chandon champagne throughout the event, with Friday night featuring Moët Rosé Imperial, Saturday day — Moët Imperial and Saturday night — Moët Imperial, Moët Rosé Imperial and Moët Grand Vintage. That sounds pretty appetising, doesn’t it?

As part of the experience, there’s the opportunity to wander through the Eternal Effervescence room, explore the Cellars of Moët, and, at last, ascend the brilliant giant golden staircase for some stunning views of Sydney Harbour, drink in hand.

“We’re delighted that Sydney will once again lead Moët & Chandon’s global celebration of Effervescence and thrilled to ignite the festive season here in Australia. We look forward to bringing people together around the cork-popping sound and joyful savoir-fête of Moët & Chandon,” Regis Dupuis, managing director of Moët Hennessy Australia & New Zealand said.

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Complementing the experience, there’ll be a fantastic offering of food and champagne pairings, including curated and theatrical performances, featuring live DJ sets. As part of Moët’s event, the company is running its charitable initiative, ‘Toast for a Cause’, partnering up with The Sapphire Project which focuses on supporting the critically underfunded area of marine conservation. Following launch night, the ‘Effervescence’ experience will be held over three subsequent events:

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  • Friday, 2 December 2022 — 7:00pm – 10:00pm (tickets from $230.00 per person);
  • Saturday, 3 December 2022 — 1:30pm – 4:30pm (tickets from $200.00 per person); and
  • Saturday, 3 December 2022 — 7:00pm – 10:00pm (tickets from $250.00 per person).

Jump onto Moët’s website for further information and bookings. Moët & Chandon’s global ‘Effervescence’ activation in Sydney. We can’t wait to stroll and soak up a champagne experience through Sydney Harbour this December and we hope to see you there too!

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Matt Cheok

Matt Cheok

Matt Cheok is a freelance travel writer, photographer and videographer from Sydney. The avid storyteller is passionate about slow travel, sharing his adventures to and from some of the most remote places on earth. Matt's travel writing has appeared in publications such as Australian Traveller, Freely, Man of Many and Camper Mate.

hitchhiking between destinations, slow travel and sharing stories about people across his adventures to some of the most remote places in the world.