If there’s anything that truly encapsulates life’s high notes, it’s raising a glass of champagne in celebration. And, if there’s anyone who has honed the art of champagne-making, it’s Moët & Chandon. This inherent ‘know-how’ is something that the French so elegantly call ‘savoir-faire’ – an instinctive expertise and finesse with which the champagne Maison has become synonymous over its two-and-a-half century history.
Since 2016, winemaker Amine Ghanem has been part of the Moët & Chandon family working as their Oenologist Wine Quality Manager. From the Maison’s base in Epernay, Amine works closely with Chef de Cave Benoît Gouez and is responsible for communicating Moët & Chandon’s technical wine messages to the markets within France and abroad.
25 Oct 2021
Moët & Chandon has been associated with the celebration of success and of life’s most memorable moments for nearly three centuries. It Is the world’s most loved champagne for good reason - with the power to unite people globally in celebration. Champagne Day 2021 provided the perfect moment to do just this, with coordinated Moët & Chandon events weaving a tapestry of collective champagne joy across Africa, Israel, and Dubai. The celebrations culminated in a Grand Toast to Today at 17:43 on Friday 22 October.