Moët & Chandon Dining Experience

By The Jockey Club

at the Moët & Chandon July Festival (13 - 15 July 2017)

Pairing Champagne, Fine Dining and Horseracing

Located in the exclusive setting of The Trackside Pavilions, The Moët & Chandon Dining Experience offers guests truly wonderful day of luxury entertaining during the Moët & Chandon July Festival. Enjoy mouth-watering dishes with specially paired champagnes whilst enjoying the fabulous festival atmosphere and world-class racing at the picturesque Adnams July Course. 

The Package Includes:

  • Champagne reception and amuse-bouche
  • Three course menu with a different Moët & Chandon champagne to accompany each course
  • Champagne afternoon tea
  • Shared trackside pavilion
  • Hospitality admission badges and Tote betting facilities 
  • Inclusive bar consisting of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial NV Champagne, selection of spirits, beers, wines and soft drinks
  • Racecard
  • Car parking voucher (one between two)
  • Download Menu

A luxury experience: £450 per person, limited availability. 

In order to obtain a private table, minimum numbers of 8 apply. Any bookings fewer than 8 guests will be allocated to a shared table.


LADIES DAY -  SOLD OUT

Book below for Gentleman's Day (14 July) and Darley July Cup Day (15 July)

Or book by phone, call today: 01638 675 300

A brief history about Moët & Chandon and Horseracing

In 1908, Alfred Simon, Moët & Chandon's British agent, won two races at Epsom on his horses "Moët" and "Chandon". To celebrate his victories, he bought champagne for the whole racecourse. With humour, his successors note that, thankfully for his agency's bank account, his winning streak ended there. Thanks to him, horse lovers love champagne. Moët & Chandon is still present at the Epsom Derby where it sponsors the "Silver Magnum" race.

  • Alfred Simon was an original member of of Epsom, Sandown, Kempton, Newbury and Goodwood, also a member of the Iron Stand at Ascot. In 1835 he then became Moët & Chandon’s 1st agency and sole agent for England.
  • 1815: the year when Champagne became the great racecourse drink.
  • The papers, radio, and television covered many festivities with champions drinking Moët & Chandon. Thanks to them, Brut Impérial came to symbolise strength, success, as well as the conviviality, passion, integrity and elegance that all athletes represent.
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