Moët & Chandon celebrates 150th anniversary with champagne cinema nights

Fizz and films have gone hand in hand for years, so it's only fitting that champagne house Moët & Chandon celebrates 150 years with a range of special cinema screenings.

Published 10th Feb 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Taking place in the cinema room of Glasgow's Kimpton Blythswood Square hotel and The Scotsman Picturehouse in Edinburgh, Moët & Chandon are inviting champagne lovers to rediscover the magic of film with special screenings throughout February and March.

Launched ahead of the Oscars on the 6th February at the Blythswood, the Moët & Movie nights continue in Glasgow with The Greatest Showman (20th February), The Great Gatsby (28th February), Moulin Rouge (12th March) and The Devil Wears Prada (20th March).

Tickets for the Kimpton Blythswood Square hotel screenings are £15 per person and include a mini Moët Rosé Impérial.

Over in Edinburgh, film-goers can look forward to the Moët Icon Series at The Scotsman Picturehouse, which launches in March.

Premiering on Sunday the 15th of March with a screening of The Great Gatsby, of which Moët & Chandon was the official champagne, the Moët Icon Series includes a mid-week treat package every Wednesday - starting on the 18th of March - which runs for ten weeks.

Inviting guests to toast the glamour of the big screen, the ticket price for this cinema treat package and screening of The Great Gatsby is £19.95 and includes a glass of Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial.

As well as champagne and cinema, new cocktails have been developed to toast the brand's big birthday.

In Glasgow, three new cocktails, each with a cinematic theme,  have been curated especially by Blythswood’s Head Bar Tender Daniel Docherty and include a splash of sparkle from Moet. These are: The Plot Twist: £13.00, The Femme Fatale £12.00 and The Grand Finale £12.50.

The Blythswood is also set to launch a re-imagined Moët Rosé champagne afternoon tea, priced at £46.75 per person - an ideal Mother's Day treat.

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The Scotsman Picturehouse will also be celebrating Mother's Day with a special afternoon tea and cinema experience. Priced at £29.95, guests can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea in the Grand Cafe (including a glass of Rosé Impérial) before sitting down to watch The Great Gatsby.

Completing the Moët Icon Series at The Scotsman Picturehouse are serving two new cinematic-inspired Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial cocktails; The Rising Star and The A Lister.

Priced at £11.95 each, they will be available from now until Mother's Day, which falls on Sunday 22nd March.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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