In the late 1950s, Moët & Chandon, the world's leading Champagne House since 1743, began exploring the potential for producing world-class sparkling wines outside the Champagne region, under the 'Chandon' name. The first Chandon Estate was created in 1959 in Argentina followed by California (1973), Brazil (1973) and Australia (1986).
Following in the pioneering steps of the founders and continuing its search for new wine-making territories, Moët Hennessy determined that the Nashik region had the potential to produce world-class, premium quality sparkling wine. Chandon is the first offering from Moët Hennessy to be made in India. It is now available across 22 cities in India. Combining the centuries-old sparkling wine-making practice of "méthode traditionnelle" with the finest local grapes. Chandon is available in two variants: Brut and Rosé.