Baroq House will play host to a brunch unlike any other in celebration of Moët & Chandon Grand Day on Saturday 9th June.

Select guests and friends of the Champagne House will come together at Baroq House in Drewery Lane for a lavish and opulent brunch with free-flowing Moët & Chandon, striking performers and delectable food for a day of elegant and memorable celebrations. Champagne pyramids will be sparkling and guests will display their love of the brand with a touch of gold added to their glamourous ensembles for the day. A gold Moët & Chandon coin is required to enter the venue, with guests greeted by a surprising and enchanting performer.

Delightful food offerings will be presented by Om Nom and will include smoked salmon and cream cheese mousse cones, seared tuna with lime and compressed watermelon, croque monsieur fingers & seared scallops. Om Nom signature dessert cigars will be presented in a smoker and served via white gloves in true Baroq House style. Headline performer Thandi Phoenix will wow guests with her powerful and brilliant voice
followed by a Moët & Chandon marching band set to signal the raising of many champagne glasses, once again enforcing that this is not your typical Saturday brunch but a truly unmissable annual event.

The  annual Moët & Chandon Grand Day, a day of sparkling celebrations around the globe where, for 24 hours, friends and guests of the
Champagne House will come together to raise their champagne glasses in a worldwide toast to the memorable moments that bring joy to their lives.

This year, Moët & Chandon has renamed the annual “Moët Party Day” rendezvous that debuted in 2016, continuing its festive tradition with an even more glittering lineup of extraordinary events planned for Moët & Chandon Grand Day in over 80 countries that will bring together over a million people from Hong Kong to Lagos and Geneva to Montreal. From day to evening and well into the night, Moët & Chandon will raise a bubbling toast at each of the worldwide celebrations.

Since 1743, Moët & Chandon has been a master at creating memorable celebrations, and some of its pioneering celebratory installations, like the champagne pyramid, have become a worldwide tradition. Today the champagne pyramid is a signature symbol of the House and will be the spectacular centerpiece of the events planned on Moët & Chandon Grand Day, to set the “flow” for this day of overflowing and festive generosity. As guests partake in the festivities, a countdown to the top of each hour will culminate in a toast around the champagne pyramid to set the cheerful cadence for this magical day.

 

To buy tickets to celebrate Moët & Chandon The Grand Brunch at Baroq house visit this link https://tickets.myguestlist.com.au/v25b050dfbe441a/the-grand-brunch/evs5b050dfbea9d6/

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