LeBron chose Moet
LeBron chose Moet. You may have heard that LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off an unprecedented come-from-behind series victory to win the NBA Finals in game 7 on Sunday night. It may have been an upset. But the Cavs arrived prepared in Oakland, with a first-of-its-kind Champagne of their own in tow.
James, Kyrie Irving, a very shirt-averse J.R. Smith and company showered each other with Moët & Chandon Ohio City Nectar Imperial Rosé both in the locker room and again at a pit-stop at nightclub XS Las Vegas on their way home. The special-edition bottles feature an “OH” logo and a map of the state’s landmarks. They were a sneak peak of the August release of an entire collection of geocentric Moët Nectar Imperial bottlings. It’s priced at $70. Other destinations getting their own Champagne include California’s Bay Area, New York or Los Angeles. Chicago, Miami, Detroit, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Texas too. Sorry Philadelphia, but we suspect you won’t be needing championship Champagne anytime soon.