Bar Boy by
Moët & Chandon
Moet & Chandon is celebrating its Grand Vintage 2002—an exceptional vintage aged for seven years—with a recreation of Verner Panton’s renowned Bar Boy. First created in 1963, the elegantly refined Bar Boy is considered a chef-doeuvre of 20th century design. The Champagne house has revisited it with a lacquered black finish and leather lining, a fitting match to the experience.
The Grand Vintage is presented with two other exceptional Moët & Chandon champagnes, the Grand Vintage Collection 1992, and Grand Vintage Collection 1982. The mobile bar also holds four Grand Vintage flutes custom-designed by Riedel to showcase the unique features of these great champagnes—maturity, precise structure and a harmonious palate.