Moët & Chandon was once again partner at this year Swiss Indoors and was happy to celebrate with its brand ambassador Roger Federer his final victory of the tournament!
Roger Federer celebrating his victory with Moët
The day started off with a great brunch at the Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois in Basel.The location was absolutely stunning on the shores of the River Rhine.
The food was delicious, from little croissants to mini sandwiches and mini burgers all of course paired with a golden glass of Moët!
We had chance to see Chef the Bar Thomas Huhn winner of this year's "Bar of the Year" Award mixing the special "Moët Prince of Wales" barrell aged cocktail.
Chef de Bar Thomas Huhn mixing the special
"Moët Prince of Wales"
The day also saw a tiny tennis activation, which was really fun and saw many guests trying to copy the tennis pros on the mini court. I loved the vintage Moët & Chandon raquets!
Tiny Tennis Activation
Peter Knogl Chef de Cuisine Cheval Blanc
and Thomas Huhn Chef de Bar Les Trois Rois
Renzo Blumenthal ready to serve
Loving the Moët Tiny Tennis
After the great brunch we left for the St.Jacokshalle where the Swiss Indoors took place.
We had a great time in the Moët & Chandon Vip Lounge where we had chance to meet and greet many VIPS and friends. The lounge was superbly decorated with a golden bubbly Moët Bath taking centre stage. Even Roger Federer's dad Robert enjoyed some time at the Lounge.
We also had chance to see some live tennis which was a great experience and wonderful oppurtunity! I had a wondeful day and was a great experience which I will never forget!
Golden Moët Bubbly Bath
Moët & Chandon Vip Lounge
Patricia Schmid, Renzo Blumenthal and Nubya
Patricia Schmid with Robert Federer
Lovely meeting model Patricia Schmid
Live tennis at the St.Jakobshalle
Thanks Moët & Chandon for the wonderful day!