Moët Hennessy and Ever Rich open debut airport Les Caves de Champagne

By Trbusiness Editor |

Moët Hennessy Ever Rich Les Caves de Champagne Taiwan Taoyuan

The boutique was officially opened in December.

Moët Hennessy Travel Retail has partnered with Ever Rich Duty Free to open the first airport Les Caves de Champagne concept, at Taiwan Taoyuan International.

The store invites travellers to discover the house’s finest champagne offerings within one single, luxury space. The official opening took place on 7 December 2023.

Les Caves de Champagne showcases a selection of Moët Hennessy Travel Retail’s renowned champagne brands, including Armand de Brignac, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot and Moët & Chandon.

Visitors to the boutique are encouraged to discover, interact with, and gain a deeper understanding of the unique champagne terroir, and learn more about champagne’s heritage and craftsmanship.

Travellers can immerse themselves in the French ‘Art de Vivre’, and enjoy tasting sessions that highlight the distinctive characteristics of each cuvée.

Moët Hennessy Ever Rich Les Cave de Champagne Taiwan Taoyuan airport

Raising a glass to the new store’s success: L-R: Patricia Wang, Ever Rich Duty Free Vice President Merchandising; Pamela Pan, Ever Rich Duty Free Vice President Operations; Yang Wei-fuu, Chairman Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIAC); Laurent Boidevezi, Moët Hennessy Asia Pacific President Travel Retail & Private Sales; Kevin Chiang, Ever Rich Duty Free President; and Pierre Henry Faye, Moët Hennessy Travel Retail Asia Pacific Sales & Business Development Director.

To further enhance and elevate the shopper/gifting experience, passengers can personalise their champagne bottles with an engraving service.

The bespoke Dom Pérignon experience invites travellers to personalise its vintages, transforming purchases into a memorable gift that can be tailored to accommodate any gifting occasion and/or customer preference.

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