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Tsogo Sun Hotels pops the cork on #ChampagneDay celebrations

“Every second, somewhere in the world, a bottle of Moët & Chandon pops.”

The alluring delights of international #ChampagneDay are back at selected
Tsogo Sun Hotels in October, this time with a difference – 2019 marks the
150th anniversary of the iconic Moët & Chandon Impérial and the 50th
anniversary of Tsogo Sun Hotels.

True to form, Tsogo Sun Hotels’ #ChampagneDay celebrations will continue
long after the last sip of bubbly on Friday 18 October, right through to 31
October. The not-to-be-missed champagne and MCC special offers include Moët
& Chandon Impérial at R549, Moët & Chandon Nectar at R599, Veuve Clicquot
Yellow Label at R549, Veuve Clicquot Rose at R740, and Simonsig Kaapse
Vonkel, Simonsig Kaapse Vonkel Satin Nectar, and Simonsig Kaapse Vonkel
Satin Nectar Rose, each at R160. The picture-perfect settings where these
incredible offers can be enjoyed are:

* Johannesburg: Sandton Sun, The Palazzo at Montecasino, Holiday Inn
Sandton – Rivonia Road, Southern Sun Hyde Park Sandton, Southern Sun
Montecasino and Café Cru

* Cape Town: Southern Sun Cape Sun, Southern Sun The Cullinan and
Southern Sun Waterfront

* KwaZulu-Natal: Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani, Durban and Beverly
Hills Hotel, uMhlanga

Says Miguel Chan, Group Sommelier of Tsogo Sun Hotels, “If you’ve never
enjoyed Moët & Chandon at a Tsogo Sun Hotels venue then you have not
celebrated #ChampagneDay! Tsogo Sun Hotels has a well-earned reputation as
the home of a wide selection of excellent champagnes and MCCs at affordable
prices, and our hotels, restaurants and bars are the perfect places to bring
people together for memorable champagne experiences.”

This year, in celebration of Champagne Day and the 150th anniversary of the
iconic Moët & Chandon Impérial, the House’s flagship champagne, Moët &
Chandon winemaker Amine Ghanem will be visiting South Africa for the first
time. Amine will be making appearances at two of Tsogo Sun Hotels’ vibrant
nightspots on the evening of #ChampagneDay. “Champagne Day is celebrated
worldwide on 18 October and we’re extremely proud that Moët & Chandon have
chosen to share this momentous 150-year milestone with Tsogo Sun Hotel.
We’re honoured that our hotels are amongst the country’s favourite places to
enjoy the delicious taste of Moët & Chandon,South Africa’s most loved

Indeed, the synergy between Moët & Chandon and Tsogo Sun has seen the hotels
in this celebrated portfolio become a destination for champagne lovers in
South Africa, drawn by the exceptional Moët & Chandon champagne offering.

The two Tsogo Sun Hotels #ChampagneDay events on Friday 18 October are in
Johannesburg, on the spectacular Sandton Sun San Deck and at Southern Sun
Hyde Park’s vibey, both from 4pm to 10pm. The public will have the
opportunity to meet Amine Ghamen, who will be hosting a #MoetMoment from
17h30 to 18h30 at Sandton Sun’s San Deck and from 19h30 to 20h30 on the deck
at Southern Sun Hyde Park, where DJ Fresh will add his unique blend of
sounds to the mix from 21h00.

Patrick Leslie, Moët Hennessy Champagne Portfolio Manager, commented, “Our
partnership with Tsogo Sun Hotels launched Champagne Day in South Africa
several years ago, and we are delighted to be sharing Moët & Chandon
Impérial’s 150th anniversary with the public at Tsogo Sun Hotels’ vibrant
destinations this year. Surely there are few moments more memorable for Moët
& Chandon champagne fans than a glass of their favourite cuvée with the man
ultimately responsible for their creation?”

For more information on #ChampagneDay, visit or,
follow on Twitter @TsogoSun or like on Facebook @TsogoSun.
#TsogoWine #MoetMoment

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