Summer is not really summer without the taste of champagne! Moët Summer House opened its doors for three days from June 7 – 9. This event took place in St James. And it included lots of fun, shows, food and of course, champagne!
Moët champagne is 276 years old and was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. His champagne was the first choice for royal families across Europe back in the 19th century. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Claude’s classy champagne, the three-day affair kicked off in London at the Moët Summer House. It started at 11 in the morning and ran until the late evening. It combined a number of events each day, which included comedy sets, tasty brunches, DJ performances and not forgetting Moët & Chandon champagne tasting. Celebrities, famous food experts, fashion designers from all around the world were gathered at St James’s to be a part of this wonderful event - and to try out the world’s first-ever Champagne vending machine.
The fun part was the live performances at the event by Sophie Faith on Friday night, that blew many people’s minds. There was also the ‘backstage’, that gave the guests a glimpse of the many styles of the famous Aqua di Parma. There were delicious lunch and dinner on Saturday by chefs Jason Atherton and Isaac Carew. There was a Sunday roast cooked by the talented Jason Atherton, which cost from £45. Adding to this unforgettable event, was musical bingo and a quiz competition presented by Jack Guinness on Sunday afternoon. It didn’t stop there! There were a lot more performances that people enjoyed - in particular, the comedy shows. The event was beyond all expectations.
The Summer House was so gorgeous looking. It was designed and decorated especially for Claude Moët’s anniversary. He wanted to share his champagne with the world, he not only did that, but his elegant beverage has stolen the hearts of many people. It has become affordable and tastes quite nice - a perfect why to celebrate a summer evening.