The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle

by James Stevenson

Fresh off last week’s Golden Globes nominations, Moët & Chandon — the official champagne of the Golden Globes for over a quarter century — has announced the official cocktail of this year’s ceremony: The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle.

, The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle

Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon

“The Moët Belle” was created by actress and filmmaker Camilla Belle to capture the beauty and glamour of one of Hollywood’s biggest nights. As the platform that showcases international influence on the world of cinema, Belle paid a nod to the night’s merging of cultures in creating a stunning cocktail.

Belle drew from her Brazilian roots to create a perfect recipe that combines Cachaca, mango juice, ginger syrup, lime juice, and Moët Brut Impérial. The notes of a classic Brazilian caipirinha are creatively combined with the effervescence of champagne to create a bold cocktail that transports you to South America.  Belle mixes sweet and tart pairing tropical mango with the bright fruitiness and elegant maturity of Moët’s iconic champagne, Moët & Chandon Impérial.

, The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle

Recipe:

Preparation:

  1. Shake the first four ingredients together with ice
  2. Strain into a coupe
  3. Top with Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut
  4. Garnish with an edible tropical flower or tropical flower decoration and serve with a smile

About Camilla Belle

Camilla Belle garnered a great deal of acclaim for her work opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in “The Ballad of Jack and Rose,” directed by Rebecca Miller.  Later that year, she joined the ensemble cast of “The Chumscrubber,” with Ralph Fiennes, Glenn Close, Allison Janney, and Jamie Bell, and starred with Edie Falco in “The Quiet,” which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. Additionally, she was the lead role in the hit remake of the 1979 thriller “When a Stranger Calls,” which opened at the top of the box office. She previously co-starred in “À Deriva,” a feature in her native language of Portuguese, which has been released in Brazil, France, and the UK starring Vincent Cassel, and starred opposite Kevin Spacey in “Father of Invention.” Belle also starred in the sci-fi thriller “Push,” with Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning, as well as “10,000 BC,” directed by Roland Emmerich. Additionally, she starred in the romantic comedy “From Prada to Nada,” and in the dramas “Amapola,” a bilingual (Spanish/English) Argentinian film, “Open Road,” another bilingual (Portuguese/English) film opposite Andy Garcia and Juliette Lewis, and in “The American Side” opposite Matthew Broderick. She recently wrapped production on the historical drama “The Mad Whale,” where she stars opposite James Franco, and has also wrapped production on her directorial debut, an anthology currently titled “Phobias.”

, The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle

Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon

MOËT AT THE GOLDEN GLOBES: This year, Moët & Chandon will grace the star-studded red carpet and tables at the Golden Globes with its family of champagnes, serving1,500 Moët Impérial minis on the red carpet; 125 cases of Moët & Chandon 2008 Grand Vintage Brut and Moët Impérial Rosé Magnums on the tables during the awards ceremony; and 500 Moët cocktails served at the bars. Moët & Chandon will also return to the red carpet with its popular philanthropic initiative, “Toast for a Cause,” to celebrate the 10th Anniversary as a flagship program on the red carpetGolden Globe nominees will be invited to raise a toast with Moët & Chandon Impérial minis in support of their favorite charities on the red carpet. For each toast raised, Moët & Chandon donates $1,000 to the chosen charity in the nominees’ names.

, The Moët Belle, designed by actress and filmmaker, Camilla Belle

Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon

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