NEW UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE: MOËT & CHANDON CHAMPAGNE CELLARS
A year-long renovation of the ancient Moët & Chandon cellars follows its latest status as a UNESCO World Heritage site. When the globe’s flutes are tipping only for bubbles made in one specific area of the planet’s land mass.. you know you’ve reached the pinnacle of a legacy laced with luxe. And booze. Plenty of booze. At 17 miles, the cellars of Moet & Chandon house the largest network in Champagne. Visit moet.com to find out more.