After the buzz-generating Moët Champagne vending machines that everyone would love to see more often…
— Julien Miquel #Wine (@JMiquelWine) June 25, 2015
Moët & Chandon has just released for the US 6-packs of drinking mini bottles of its fine French bubbles, according to the Cosmopolitan.
Inside each six-pack are 137-milliliter bottles of the classic Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne, the most sold Champagne in the world.
The Most Expensive 6-Packs in the World?
At $100 a piece, the Moët Mini Share Pack may very well be.
The reason for this, apart from the fact that French Champagne isn’t cheap, is that the pack also includes golden flute toppers so you can pour and share your bubbles elegantly in any circumstances, may it be at the beach or at a cocktail party.
According to the Cosmopolitan, in a press release, Moët said: “This new take on the classic six-pack is the perfect way to elevate any celebration, allowing guests to enjoy their own personal bottle of Champagne.”
We love to this kind of initiative for making Champagne available to more people around the world, although we’re a little unsure what a 6-pack of mini bottles can do that a normal 750-bottle can’t!
I like the fact that after popping the cork out of a Champagne bottle you have to go around your friend’s flutes and share the beverage, it’s part of the fun.
That said, I can also see myself arriving at a party with one or two of these new 6-packs and distributing the bubbly miniatures around.
You’d be sure at least to make a few conversations start the right way!
Make Sure to Pronounce Moët & Chandon Right?! – Correct French Pronunciation
Before you serve and enjoy your next glass of Moët & Chandon Champagne, make sure you know how to say it properly. Do you know if Moët has a silent T or not? Find out in the video below: