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Best serve at the tennis with Moët & Chandon

Aces, champions and the best serve at the tennis with Moët & Chandon

Moët & Chandon, the champagne of success and glamour since 1743, will be serving up a winning pairing at the Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge at the NZ Festival of Tennis. People will be invited to enjoy dishes from top Auckland restaurant The Grill by Sean Connolly along with flutes of Moët & Chandon to toast the great summer game.

Guests will be able to view all the action live and straight from the champagne lounge and may even be lucky enough to share a flute with some of the international stars set to arrive in New Zealand for the tournament.

The Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge will be open for service from 30 December to 11 January 2014, 11am – 11pm and can be accessed by both General Admission and Ground passes sold for $15.

Moët & Chandon – Menu Preview
Moët & Chandon Imperial
Moët & Chandon Rose Imperial
Cloudy Bay Pelorus

The Grill by Sean Connolly – Menu Preview
Duck Fat Chips
The Grill Wagyu Burger: Brioche bun, chipotle mayonnaise, house pickle
Queensland Prawn Salad: Cooked prawns, cocktail sauce, salad greens & lemon
Strawberries & Cream: Vanilla scented mascarpone cream with strawberries & sweet biscuit

Moët & Chandon is proud to be the exclusive champagne partner of the NZ Festival of Tennis. The champagne house has long been an active supporter of international tennis and has become an icon of victorious achievement in sports.

Moët & Chandon’s sports heritage is placed in a mutual appreciation for shared celebratory moments, the pursuit of success, quality and a taste for challenge. Victorious tennis champions around the world have celebrated their success with Moët & Chandon and it is an award itself for exceptional sports triumph.

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