When champagne becomes a place, it looks like La Maison Moët, held from Wednesday to Sunday in Paris, presented in the co-working space Morning Trudaine.
During these three days, a demanding summer program proposed to discover the different champagnes Moët & Chandon in a new light, between summer flavors and immersive installations.
Three major themes were selected this year: the tropical garden, mini in giant and the Sea Food market. For each of these themes, the brand has imagined original and singular scenographies, recalling at first glance the inspirations from which they came.
The Tropical Garden offered an aperitif tasting of champagne and freshly picked fruit, all in the courtyard of Morning Trudaine, a sunny relaxation area, far from the bustle of the Pigalle district.
Inside this time, Moët & Chandon’s champagne lovers have discovered the Mini format from a new angle. A wheel, a bar and an anamorphic box, designed by the architect collective YA + KA. They dressed the space with original visual effects. The whole piece played with perspectives and sizes between mini and giant formats.
For the seaside enthusiasts, the appointment was taken in the backyard of the Morning Trudaine. In an atmosphere of fishermen’s huts, the public was able to taste gourmet dishes cooked by chef Xavier Pincemin. A kitchen that looks like street food but entirely thought of with seafood.
Maison Moët closed its doors on Monday morning, but the champagne experience does not stop there. To discover the next Moët Experiences, it’s here.