Moët & Chandon was crowned last Sunday as the official champagne of the 70th edition of the Golden Globes Gala for the twenty-second consecutive year. The French House returned to the red carpet to present its charity initiative “Toast for a Cause” – "Toast to a cause".
For the fourth year in a row, the Maison invited a toast with minis from Moët & Chandon Imperial to each of the attending stars who directly became a donation of 1.000 dólares to the charities chosen by each guest. About 200.000 dollars have been raised for more than 130 humanitarian institutions, all generated under an atmosphere of celebration in one of the most important nights of the cine in Hollywood.
Some of the most influential stars in Hollywood toasted in honor of different charities such as Sean“P. Diddy” Combs para Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Kate Hudson para World Wildlife Fund y Jon Hamm for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Hugh Jackman, Glenn Close, Debra Messing, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Hayden Panettiere, Steve Buscemi, Aziz Ansari |, Nene Leakes y Jack Black, entre otros, participated in the Maison's charity initiative "Toast for a Cause".
Más de 7.500 Moët glasses & Chandon were served during one of the biggest nights in Hollywood. The most recognized stars in the world of cinema enjoyed 1.500 minis from Moët & Chandon Imperial as they paraded down the acclaimed red carpet while leaving their mark for a good cause. The Maison served more than 375 Moët magnum bottles & Chandon Grand Vintage 2004.
Moët and the cinema
For more than 260 años, Moët has been the symbol of glamor in celebrations and since the beginning of Hollywood it has become the champagne of cinema, collaborating on several hundred films. Along these years, legions of stars have raised their glasses of Moët & Chandon to celebrate the most prestigious events in the film industry. Asimismo, Moët has become the official champagne of the Golden Globes for almost two decades, has collaborated with the Deauville Film Festival for over a decade, has been the host of various events at the Cannes Film Festival since the 1950s, y en 2009 became the exclusive champagne of the Oscars. In the same way that legendary film directors have managed to preserve unforgettable moments, Moët & Chandon continues to exhibit his eternal love affair with movie magic.