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Moët Hennessy Switzerland

Moët Hennessy, the wines and spirits division of the LVMH group, is the world leader of the luxury wines and spirits market. Moët Hennessy consists of 21 prestigious brands reputed all over the world for the quality of their terroirs, their know-how and their products.

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Founded in 1986, Moët Hennessy Switzerland is today the leading Swiss distributor of luxury wines and spirits. The company belongs to the LVMH Group and aims to develop its portfolio of luxury champagnes, wines and spirits in the Swiss market. As Champagne brands Krug, Dom Pérignon, Ruinart, Veuve Clicquot, Moët & Chandon belong to its portfolio as well as the newly integrated brand Armand de Brignac. Its spirits portfolio holds Ardbeg, Glenmorangie and Whistle Pig in the Whiskey category, as well as Belvedere Vodka, Volcan de mi Tierra Tequila and Eminente Rum. The luxury wine and sparkling wine division is represented by Terrazas, Cloudy Bay, Chateau Galoupet, Chateau d’Eslclans and Chandon Garden Spritz. As the world's leading luxury wine and spirits company with a number of iconic Houses, Moët Hennessy has a special responsibility to its stakeholders and, more globally, to the planet, therefore supports the Sustainability program “Living Soils Living Together” with numerous initiatives in the domain of Corporate & Social Responsibility.

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The search for the perfect winter sports destination ends here and if it’s action you’re after, this is THE place to be. Upbeat but down-played.

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How seriously do you take sustainability at Moët Hennessy? Very seriously indeed! On one hand, our position as a global leader in luxury wines and spirits means that we have a great sense of responsibility towards our stakeholders and our planet.

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Everything that is festive, languid and chilled about a summer’s day has come together in the new «cool» way to drink champagne, served in a large wine glass, and bursting with the flavour of tropical fruits. Chef de cave Benoît Gouez at Moët & Chandon developed the world’s first champagne especially made to be enjoyed exclusively over ice 10 years ago. Happy Birthday Moët & Chandon Ice Impérial!

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A wine merchant once wrote provocatively that life without champagne is a life that misses out on something. That may be true, and probably no other wine worldwide enjoys such a grand reputation. The products from the north east of France are being marketed in every way imaginable.

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