Thailand recently had its first chance to host a Moet Party Day, which French Champagne maker Moet & Chandon organises annually in countries around the world as the day progresses – from sunrise in New Zealand to after midnight in Mexico.
“Last year Moet Party Day was held in 45 countries, but this year there are 80,” said Moet & Chandon Thailand marketing director Chayanont Juldusitpornchai, who greeted guests with brand manager Tachiwa Tipmanoworn.
“In Bangkok we’ve coordinated with high-end hotels and restaurant to create little moments of beauty, fun, discovery, relaxation, love and laughter – memorable ‘Moet Moments’.”
On hand for the party were MR Srikhumrung Yukol, Korn Narongdej, Piyarat Kaljareuk, Khunnicha Phornprapha, Adisai Kunjara and Anandadvip Jayankura Na Ayudhaya, Pattree Bhakdibutr, Pop Khamgasem, Tirawin Yenprateep, Mark Kingpayom, Methinee Sharples, Nattavut Trivisvavet, Akarat Vanarat, Chaiyapat Paitoon, Jareyadee and Jay Spencer, Pattriya Na Nakorn, Niti Sawangwattanapaiboon, Dan Hetrakul, Kanachai Bencharongkul, Firm Hongsananda, Ploychompu Umpujh, Praedao Panichsamai, Pimpisa and Pichamon Chomanan, Parva Nakasai and Athit Krittayaphongphun.
The fun began at the St Regis Bangkok with a bubbly afternoon tea in the glow of a breathtaking sunset. Then it was off to U Sathorn Bangkok for an exquisite dinner at J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain, where Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial, Chandon Rose Imperial and the new Grand Vintage 2008 made the rounds.
Finally the crowd moved to The House on Sathorn for dancing and Mini Moet.
Moet & Chandon Champagne is sold at most malls, restaurants and hotels around over the country. Have a look at www.Moet.com.