It's not a mushroom, it's a Moët & Chandon cork-shaped hot air balloon that floated guests, including stylist Harry Lambert and 16Arlington founder Marco Capaldo, at the Château de Saran. This private residence in the village of Chouilly was built in 1801 for Jean-Rémy Moët, the founder of the Moët & Chandon Champagne house. Today, the brand welcomes its friends and distinguished guests at this exquisite location.
The whimsical, oversized cork balloon has provided guests with a unique and unforgettable experience, not to mention the breathtaking views of the historic estate and surrounding vineyards. The playful touch underscores Moët & Chandon's commitment to celebrating life's memorable moments with a sense of fun and grandeur.