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Moët & Chandon The Art of Making Champagne‏

 

Moet & Chandon Champagne Academy

Moët & Chandon is once again bringing the magic of Champagne to the heart of London. Taking place at the Condé Nast College in Soho this year from 21st March – 3rd April 2016, the Moët Academy will take guests through a virtual reality tour of the iconic vineyards and guide them through an immersive experience from grape to glass.

The Moët Academy is a celebration of Champagne savoir-faire. The Condé Nast College in Soho will be transformed into an enticing virtual world of lush vineyards and legendary cellars of Moët & Chandon.

An immersive 360° virtual reality experience will transport guests through the vineyards of Maison Moët and show moving imagery captured by a drone from the original French vineyards and cellars to get a first-hand experience of where the maturation and bottle fermentation are taking place. The virtual tour will leave guests feeling as though they’ve visited the Moët & Chandon estate in Épernay, without the need to travel far.

Not sure of the difference between Dry and Demi sec Champagne? 2015 Champagne ambassador Simon Stockton and award winning journalist Jane Parkinson will join Masters of Wine Susie Barrie and Peter Richards to reveal the secrets of all things ‘bubbly’ during intimate and interactive tasting sessions.

Suitable for newcomers and connoisseurs alike, the Moët Academy is a fun celebration of the art of making champagne.

Tickets for a 90-minute session at the Moët Academy are £45 per person and will be available from February 2016 on www.moetacademy.co.uk.

Condé Nast College,  16-17 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D 4DR

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