It all began in 1446 when the brothers Jean and Nicolas Moët were knighted by King Charles VII. This was the beginning of a family line which later gave its name to the most beautiful saga in the history of Champagne. Back in 1743 Claude Moët, a wine merchant, founded the Maison Moët & Chandon and already built a reputation that was appreciated by the courts and women in particular. Later on, Jean Rémy Moët transformed the Company into the first international luxury brand that has achieved, for more than 250 years, to turn the genius of champagne into a seductive personality and share it with the entire world. Owned by the LVMH group since 1987, the House operates a rigorous selection of terroirs, of which the cellar master Benoit Gouez magnifies the singularity, vintage after vintage.