Dom Pérignon global brand Ambassador, Pierre Louis Araud, hosted some media veterans and influencers to an exclusive tasting for Dom Pérignon P2 1998 Vintage.
Dom Pérignon is a brand of vintage champagne offered by LVMH, named after a monk who is now known as the spirit father of champagne after discovering it in 1668.
P2 is the Second Plénitude of Dom Pérignon Vintage, the result of 16 years of elaboration. The opposing and complementary elements of the assemblage resound for an increasingly sharp intensity. The energy of the wine is at its peak.
Pierre Louis had this to say to the tasting, “Dom Pérignon is a deliberate brand known to be a vintage only wine. The brand has given its commitment to always remain a vintage-only wine regardless of any evolving changes.
“We’re excited to have Pierre-Louis with us in Nigeria for these few days to continue to bear witness to the efforts of the Maison in offering an amazing wine,” says Elizabeth Oputa, Manager Champagnes Portfolio in Nigeria. “We continue to engender the growing wine culture in Nigeria and look forward to having more interactions with wine enthusiasts in the country.”
The Global Brand Ambassador for Moët and Chandon Pierre Louis Araud arrived Nigeria on the 19th of July, 2018 for a series of important event, meetings and activities.
One of the important activities during his short trip was a dinner with the members of the prestigious Moët Society in Lagos, Nigeria.
With Moët and Chandon’s heritage and pioneering spirit, the Moët Society was introduced in Nigeria in 2018 with a private dinner and welcomed a group of highly influential people associated with success and grandeur. The Moët Society is a group of influential ambassadors who represent the values of Moët and Chandon
The Moët Society, will experience and showcase unique Moët Moments and relay the brands stories to their solid and diverse networks within and outside of Nigeria.
Moët Society members include Mai Atafo, Jimmie, Ini Dima-Okojie, Mimi Onaloja, Udoka Oyeka, Oreka Godis and Paolo Sisiano many of whom were present at the exclusive dinner which held at Shiro, Lagos. Pierre Louis Araud took guests on a journey explaining the Moët and Chandon style, which is characterised by a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and an elegant maturity that are the result of a slow, gradual progression from vine to cellar.
The manager of champagne brands for Moët Hennessy, Elizabeth Oputa said “we selected a really great group, they speak and represent the DNA of our brand, glamour, success and grandeur I am excited and I look forward to sharing Moët Moments with them. Here’s how the dinner unfolded. A moment becomes a milestone with Moët and Chandon.”