Moët & Chandon Makes The Perfect Holiday Essential

With the holidays right around the corner, Thanksgiving celebrations officially mark the beginning of champagne season. While the traditional holiday can often be stressful with food prepping and party planning, there’s no better way to elevate your ’Friendsgiving’ than with a bottle of Moët and Chandon.

While typically associated with New Year’s Eve, champagne food pairings should not be forgotten during the biggest meal of the year.Moët and Chandon’s beloved Impérial Brut, Impérial Rosé and Nectar Impérial Rosé are the perfect libations to take any gathering from start to finish.

Kick the party off early with Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut (SRP $40) — a crisp glass of bubbly in the kitchen is sure to ease the day of cooking away

Welcome your guests with a seasonal Honey & Spice champagne cocktail: Moët Honey & Spice, check out the recipe:

-3 oz Moët Imperial Brut

-0.5 oz Honey syrup (equal parts honey and hot water)

-0.5 oz fresh lemon juice

-1 oz Cognac Hennessy VS

-1 quarter size fresh ginger

Directions: In a shaker muddle the ginger with the honey syrup and lemon juice, then add the cognac, ice and shake. Double strain into a rocks glass with a big ice cube. Add the Moët Brut Imperial and garnish with a candied ginger in a pick.

‘Friendsgiving’-goers will love sampling starters with their own personal-sized bottle of Mini Moët (SRP $15)

Carry the meal with Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé (SRP $50), an unexpected pairing to a classic turkey dinner

Close out the evening with Moët & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé (SRP $50), a demi-sec champagne to play off the sweetness of an assortment of pies.

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