Inside the exclusive Must Be Moët Party 

Moët & Chandon celebrates life’s memorable moments at the Must Be Moët Party. 

Last week Moët & Chandon, the world’s most loved champagne, celebrated five exceptional New Zealanders at the exclusive black-carpet Must Be Moët Party in Auckland. Moët & Chandon, the champagne of success, glamour, grandeur and generosity, recognised five Moët Vanguards for their outstanding achievements. 

The Must Be Moët Party was an occasion to celebrate all of life’s memorable moments; a first meeting, a new discovery, and in the case of the Moët Vanguards, a grand life success. This year’s Moët Vanguards included global business founder, Jake Millar of Unfiltered, serial tech entrepreneur Ezel Kokcu, female empowerment leader, Amy Fraser of OKREAL, rising eyewear and jewellery designer, Holly Marbeck and world-renown ballet dancer, Hannah O’Neill.

For each of life’s memorable moments, Moët & Chandon has a style of champagne that marks the moment and makes it truly unique. To mark the Must Be Moët Party occasion, Moët & Chandon released its new special edition festive box which pays tribute to the French way of life, expressed through illustration of emblematic monument and moments.

Dubbed as the event of the year, the Must Be Moët Party took place at the iconic Q Theatre Loft in Auckland’s central Queen Street. Guests included several of New Zealand’s top entrepreneurs, sportspeople, and socialites. To experience unprecedented Moët Moments together, guests shared spectacular and unexpected elements throughout the evening, including a modern string quartet, a live performance by Kiwi favourites Jupiter Project, ballerinas in black tutus, and an iconic champagne tower.