The French champagne house celebrated tennis champion Roger Federer’s 20-year career with the launch of exclusive limited edition magnum bottles in support of the Roger Federer Foundation.

Only 20 numbered limited edition magnum-sized bottles of Moët & Chandon’s ‘Greatness Since 1998’ vintage champagne have been made in honour of global brand ambassador Roger Federer’s 20-year tennis career.

The international tennis star’s achievements in sports and philanthropy were lauded in the gardens of Yannick Alléno’s Pavillon Ledoyen, Paris. The event was attended by tennis champions Stefan Edberg and Tommy Haas as well as rugby star Dan Carter, style icon Virgil Abloh and others.  

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The special edition bottle contains the French champagne House’s most accomplished vintage champagnes: the Grand Vintage Collection 1998, crafted exclusively from grapes harvested in 1998: the year the Swiss tennis legend launched his professional career.

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Resembling the grip on a tennis racket, each of these Moët & Chandon ‘Greatness Since 1998’ magnums (priced at 19,998 euros each) is wrapped in a black leather band on which Federer’s signature is hand-embossed.

The leather wrap unravels to reveal Federer's hand-written signature on the label, with the phrase 'Dreams do come true' hot-stamped in gold on the inside of the bottle's tie.

These limited edition magnums are available only through the Moët Hennessy Private Boutique and lifestyle retail house   

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