A unique pop-up members’ club, Moët & Chandon’s Summer House will be re-opening its doors from the 7th to the 9th June in a Mayfair Georgian townhouse. Tastemakers from the worlds of fashion, film, food and music have been drawn together to curate a three-day programme inspired by London’s diverse spirit.
Expect live acoustic and DJ sets, and – natch – champagne cocktails aplenty, plus brunches with readings from actor Russell Tovey, dining by chefs Jason Atherton and Isaac Carew and photography workshops from Anna Barnett.
A Mini Moët Ciné Club will the Champagne’s appearances on the silver screen; Friday Night Live, brought to you by comedian Katherine Ryan, will serve up the comedy; with creative designer Fiona Leahy, beauty from Givenchy and grooming from Acqua di Parma also in the mix.
To celebrate the forthcoming summer extravaganza, Moët & Chandon have made a video (above) featuring talent involved with the event, which plays, humorously, on the long-standing confusion over how to pronounce the first part of its name. (Some phonetics trivia, relevant to the video: for decades, many have – knowing Champagne to be a French product, and being familiar with pronunciations such as “valet” – said the word “Moet” as Mo-ay”; the co-founder in question was in fact Dutch, though, which is why it’s a hard ‘t’.)
Book your complimentary membership and view the full program at www.moetsummerhouse.com