Moët Hennessy Just Launched a Drink-Your-Own-Adventure Company

Falconry, Antarctica and art: Things that go great with booze

May 8, 2017 9:00 am

Drinking isn’t always a memorable experience, if you do it right.

That’s to say drink enough drinks and booze becomes an ordinary experience.

This, however, is anything but ordinary. Clos19 is a new UK-based retailer of rare wine and spirits, founded by Moët Hennessy. But its real mission is offering a series of unexpected and luxurious tasting expeditions around the globe.

Some are straightforward: A Champagne masterclass at the Louis Vuitton apartment in London, for example. For the more adventurous, you’ll find an immersive two-night Dom Perignon experience in Spain (with Michelin-starred dining and five-star hotels), a guided three-day tour of the Scottish highlands (falconry lesson included) and a champagne-fueled art/culture tour of Paris.

Oh, and a mysterious “Wonders of Antarctica” expedition, with tastings themed around “ice.”

The boozy classes and expeditions are available for booking now, with prices ranging from $100 to upwards of $20,000. Head on over to Clos19 for more info. 


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