Moet & Chandon Dining Experience

Our Chefs Experience Moët & Chandon!

On Wednesday, 17th May the chefs from Jockey Club Racecourses, including Newmarket’s Head Chef Damien Adams, visited the home of Champagne, Epernay, to see how the team at Moët Hennessey prepare and deliver the beautifully crafted Moet and Chandon Dining Experience. This is a premium Fine Dining menu coupled with specially selected champagne which will be available at Newmarket Racecourses across all three days of the Moët & Chandon July Festival on Thursday, 13th to Saturday, 15th July 2017.

Perfecting The Menu

With Our Chefs

​On the morning of Thursday, 18th May 2017, three of our Chefs teamed up with the Moët Hennessey chefs to create an exquisite three course meal, similar to the menu our guests will experience at the Moët & Chandon July Festival. What makes the three course meal different to any other is that all ingredients are chosen carefully to complement the array of Moët and Chandon champagnes used throughout this premium experience. After mastering the art, our chefs were then put to the test to create a luxury three course meal for our tasters to enjoy and are now ready to produce the same again for our guests to enjoy a dining experience like no other at the Moët and Chandon July Festival.

The Menu

at the Moët & Chandon July Festival

We have an excellent menu prepared for the Moët & Chandon July Festival, 12 - 14 July 2018. See what you will experience: See Menu

Champagne - Where it all begins

The Vineyards

Learning the history behind the champagne is key for our chefs to be able to experiment and create the perfect pairing menu for the Moët & Chandon Dining Experience.

After a morning of learning how to produce this masterpiece, our chefs and the team visited the vineyards and enjoyed a tour of the cellars where they were educated with the process of how the champagne is produced. This is crucially important so that our chefs can apply their knowledge and understanding of each champagne to the flavours of each course they will be preparing and serving to our guests at the Festival.

Moët & Chandon Champagne

Fun Facts

  • Champagne is best served from a Magnum bottle. The size of the bottle allows the aromas and flavours to age
  • The name “Moët and Chandon” originated from two race horses. In 1908, Alfred Simon, Moët and 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.
  • 1815:the year thatChampagne established itself as a luxury beverage at British racecourses
  • · Moët & Chandon have a vintage range and it is unknown when the next vintage champagne will be released. A vintage champagne is determined by unusual weather in a particular year which affects the grapes from the original source. The latest vintage champagne available is from 2008

Moët & Chandon Dining Experience

13 - 14 July

Why not treat yourself to this exclusive dining experience during the Moët & Chandon July Festival. Our customers will have the chance to experience elegance, exquisite Fine Dining and beautiful champagne, how better to celebrate summer as its best. Be quick though, we have already sold out for Ladies Day and have limited availability for Gentleman’s Day and Darley July Cup Day:

  • 12 July - Ladies 
  • 13 July - Feel Good Friday 
  • 14 July - Darley July Cup Day 

Moët & Chandon Dining Experience

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