Dec 5

Latin Grammy® Nominee and Recording Artist De La Ghetto joins Moët & Chandon and legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion for the Nectar of Culture Campaign

Miami, FL. (December 4, 2019) – As the annual Art Basel takes the stage in Miami Beach, Moët & Chandon and legendary photographer Jonathan Mannion will be hosting an exclusive dinner toasting Latin Grammy® nominee and chart-topping recording artist De La Ghetto. The exclusive dinner will celebrate the launch of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé‘s new Nectar of the Culture campaign and limited-edition bottle in Miami.
 
To capture the Nectar of the Culture, Moët & Chandon and Mannion will celebrate pioneers in key cities across the U.S including New York, Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles and Chicago. Today, the pinnacle of culture encompasses pioneers that express themselves through multiple passion points such as music, fashion, innovation, entrepreneurship and community outreach. Mannion will highlight their impact within the Rose Gold Era by documenting their legacy with new portraits, and Moët & Chandon will host events in their honor.
 
Through the new program, which honors the people, places and moments that push culture forward, Moët and Mannion have identified six pioneers in key cities who are changing the game and inspiring a new generation. As Miami‘s proud pioneer, Puerto Rican raised singer-songwriter Rafael Castillo, commonly known as De La Ghetto, has been a leader in the Reggaeton genre earning chart-topping success and two Latin Grammy® nominations, including ‘Urban Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Urban Song.’ To commemorate the partnership, the immersive dinner will bring together luminaries from De La Ghetto’s and Mannion’s worlds that encapsulate the Rose-Gold Era and Moet’s new platform which helps honor the impact and accomplishments of the culture by way of the new pioneers and Mannion’s work.
 
Moët & Chandon’s new annual program, Nectar of the Culture, in partnership with iconic cultural photographer, Jonathan Mannion celebrates the people, places and moments that push culture forward. Mannion, a respected documenter of the “Golden Era” of Hip-Hop, will work with Moët & Chandon to highlight a new era of pioneers who are changing the game today and shaping culture to impact a new generation, which Mannion and Moët have dubbed the “Rose Gold Era.”  To celebrate, the brand is releasing a limited-edition custom-designed bottle of Moët & Chandon Nectar Impérial Rosé,the #1 selling rosé
champagne in the US, to honor the impact and accomplishments of the culture by way of the new pioneers and Mannion’s work.