Moët & Chandon celebrated its 28th year as the official champagne of the Golden Globes, toasting with nominees, presenters and winners in honor of one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.
Moët stood out as a bubbly centerpiece throughout the evening, offering serves of the signature Moët Mini, Grand Vintage 2008, and Moët Rose Imperial for celebrities including Denzel Washington, Gemma Chan, Olivia Colman, Spike Lee, Adam Driver, Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Idris Elba, Taraji P. Henson, Mahershala Ali, Rami Malek, Anne Hathaway, Glenn Close, Rachel Brosnahan, Michael Douglas, Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans, Jeff Bridges, Harrison Ford, Emmy Rossum, Mike Myers, Richard Madden, Tyler Perry, Gina Rodriguez, Jeff Bezos, and more. After the ceremony concluded, stars celebrated with Moët & Chandon at the Amazon, Netflix, and HFPA after-parties, including a Moët & Chandon Vending Machine filled with Moët Mini Rose bottles.
In addition to serving champagne, the brand also celebrated the 10th anniversary of their philanthropic initiative, Toast for a Cause. The program invites nominees to toast to the charity of their choice with a Moët Mini. Moët then makes a donation of $1,000 to the charity, and over the past decade has raised over $250,000 for over 150 charities through the program. Charities donated to include Save the Children (Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans), The Trevor Project (Lucas Hedges), Cycle 4 Survival (Alison Brie)..