Moët & Chandon Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Duo Box Bottle (0.75L) | Champmarket Exclusive Box
Thanks to compositions that evolve with the seasons and celebrations, Champmarket’s gift boxes can be adapted to all occasions and offer multiple possibilities for giving or treating yourself.
The Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Duo Box is ideal to discover the vintage wines of the House of Moët & Chandon. It contains 2 bottles of the Grand Vintage cuvees of the House: Grand Vintage and Grand Vintage Rosé.
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The pleasure of giving and receiving.
Elegant, reusable and recyclable boxes, tailor-made customisation, with personalised messages, small attentions and surprises, to provide you with an ideal champagne experience.
Refinement goes hand-in-hand with ecology.
We care about design, but not only. We also care about sustainable development and environmental awareness.
We design and manufacture our boxes with the greatest care in France, in a biodegradable material (100% cellulose). We have carefully selected FSC and PFSC certified paper manufacturers. These environmental labels guarantee that the wood is produced in accordance with sustainable forest management processes, an essential criterion in an ecological approach. The inks used are water-based and comply with the REACH legislation in force.
Kraft, a strong material identity for eco-responsible boxes.
Why this choice? The word “kraft” means “strength”, which reflects one of the main advantages of kraft paper: its robustness. An ideal quality to protect the precious bottles of Champagne. Made from wood, kraft paper has the advantage of being a 100% natural, biodegradable and 100% renewable material. It also requires few resources for its manufacture. Once recycled, kraft is used to produce more rolls of pulp. (Making recycled paper requires 6 times less water and 20 times less wood than making new paper).