Champagne on ice? Yes, you heard right! Moët Ice Impérial is the world’s first bubbly specifically designed to be served over ice in a chilled glass, perfect for those balmy summer nights and sundowners with friends. 

Following the demand for Moët Ice Impérial last summer season – which was available exclusively around Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard in its inaugural year and proved an overwhelming hit – this year holidaymakers in other glamorous South African coastal destinations will too be able to experience this daring and innovative summer sipper.

Signalling in the summer with a clink of an ice cube, Moët Ice Impérial breaks the traditional champagne rules…in style.

Moët & Chandon is renowned for its innovation, and there is no better embodiment of our pioneering spirit than Moët Ice Impérial, the very first champagne of its kind. – Arnaud de Saignes, International Director of Marketing and Communications for Moët & Chandon.

Moet Ice Imperial Bottle


Fruity and intense, the richness of Ice Impérial doesn’t dilute with the ice but is rather boosted by it, making it the perfect summer sipper. Think a bouquet of tropical fruits like mango and guava, stone fruits such as nectarine, and an top note of raspberry and gooseberry. This palate rounds off easily and smoothly, with a hint of fresh fruit salad. Enjoy it on its own over the rocks, or with a dash of berries, ginger slices, cucumber, citrus zest and mint.

Moët Ice Impérial is like a beach escape in a glass, and this summer it boldly offers special summertime Moët moments on the water.


  1.  Place three to four large ice cubes in a large cabernet-style glass
  2. Add one of the recommended ingredients
  3. Finish with chilled Moët Ice Impérial

Wherever you enjoy this refreshingly light and chic Champagne, be part of the conversation by using the hashtag #MoëtMoment to share the glamour of Moët Ice Impérial with your friends.

 Available at selected outlets this summer, from R599.95.

Images supplied by Moët & Chandon


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