Savor Dallas "Exclusive": Spotlight on Moet Hennessy USA

During our participation at Savor Dallas 2010 where we've participated as a corporate sponsor for several years now, Keith Hill (our Founder) took a moment and sat down with Moet Hennessy USA's Seth Box. Seth is Director of Education at the company and discusses why the company participates in Savor Dallas and what his goals are with his educational program.

Special thanks to Ed Kukol (MHUSA) and Jim White (Savor Dallas)

So, what are your thoughts about the Moet Hennessy collection of wines, champagnes and spirits. Leave your comments here? Let's talk about it.

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Comment by Savor Dallas on April 8, 2010 at 4:37pm
We are very grateful to Moet Hennessy and Seth Box for their support of Savor Dallas. We are also thrilled to have such great coverage from our friends at Uptown Jazz Dallas International. Great video, Keith.
Comment by Uptown Jazz Dallas IJF on April 1, 2010 at 7:31pm
Personally, it's like where do you start. On the champagne front, I had the opportunity to taste Dom Perignon's Rose which is to the absolute standard to me. But, the Moet Nectar is a great one as well.

On the spirits side, MH has so much to offer. While sampling in their VVIP Room, we were served a drink called Smash made with Grand Marnier. It's just keeps going on and on with this company. Their portfolio is what I will call Master Class. Though there are some great brands on the market. Who else can really compare to this portfolio?

I guess we'll keep tasting to find out! (Smile)




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