Moët & Chandon Logo

Moët & Chandon Logo
Moët & Chandon is a French champagne brand, a part of LVMH Group. Was founded by Claude Moët in 1743. The company annually produces approximately 28,000,000 bottles of champagne.

Meaning and history

Moët & Chandon Logo history


As a part of the largest luxury group in the world (LVMH), Moët & Chandon is a premium segment brand, and it’s logo is all about elegance and quality.
The Moët & Chandon emblem is a combination of the Imperial crown and papal tiara. The main color scheme of the logo is black and gold on the white background. Which can be changed to the white wordmark on the black background on the limited edition bottles.
The typeface of The Moët & Chandon was hand-lettered decades ago and can be approximated by a regular width and weight font with Latin, i.e. triangular serifs, such as Matrix II.
Moët & Chandon Logo
After it’s redesign, the lettering featured heavier downstrokes and upstrokes for a more harmonious effect.
All the elements of The Moët & Chandon logo are delicate and sophisticated, which corresponds to the luxury segment of the company.