MOËT & CHANDON: CENTURIES NURTURING LAND
Since its founding in 1743, Moët & Chandon has been a champagne of choice to celebrate historical milestones or private moments of great personal importance. The French Champagne House is part of Moët Hennessy, the wine & spirits division of luxury group LVMH.
Situated in the Champagne region of northeastern France, where a small area of terroir perfectly supports champagne vineyards, Moët & Chandon recognizes its responsibility to preserve the very land that nurtures its grapevines.
The House has demonstrated commitment to reducing its environmental impact through initiatives including 100% green electricity, electric tractors reducing fuel consumption by 90%, and investment in science and sustainable viticulture for the region.