TV personality & Filmmaker, Kemi Adetiba, recently returned from a tour of the home of the world’s most loved Champagne brand, Moet & Chandon and experienced 2013 French Open, the premier clay court tennis tournament.
Kemi was selected by Moet & Chandon to join other international VIPs in a once in a lifetime experience at Epernay, France, where the world’s largest Champagne house, Moet & Chandon is based. The VIPs were treated to the full Moet Experience, including a tour of the distinguished Moet cellars and invitation to participate in a Jardin de Saran – wine tasting Atelier & Tiny Tennis.
During her evening at Epernay, Kemi joined diverse international dignitaries at a Gala Dinner at the Chateau de Saran, a place better known for entertaining visiting royalty, dignitaries, vacationing business executives and other top notch guests. The sommelier at the graceful Chateau de Saran delicately paired the finest wines with fine food in entirely unorthodox combinations.
The second day of this awesome three-day experience took Moet & Chandon’s guests to the Roland Garros stadium, where as well as being treated to lunch at the Salon Moet VIP Village, Kemi joined other Moet VIPs in watching the Women’s & Men’s Fourth Round matches in Court Philippe Chatrier, where Serena Williams and Roger Federer won their respective matches.
During her trip, Ms. Adetiba carried her fans along by sharing fun pictures of her experience on Twitter and Instagram. Looking the ever so stylish diva, Kemi hobnobbed with the international jet set, including world famous tennis stars and top personalities from the world of sports, media and entertainment.
Moët & Chandon is the official champagne of many prestigious tennis tournaments. Alongside incredible tennis athletes who are known around the world for their amazing feats and noble sportsmanship, Moët & Chandon brings a sense of celebration to the courts. With a French heritage, a rich history of tradition, and a naturally social spirit, tennis is a perfect fit for the world’s leading champagne. The House’s presence is a testament to the passion and the excellence, the excitement and celebration which tennis naturally embodies.