EVENT: Castelnau Champagne Product Launch

Mobile nail art manicures for Castelnau Wine Agencies in London

As a premium mobile nail company, Nails by Mets takes great pride in working with premium brands and Castelnau Wine Agencies is no exception.

On 25 April, Castelnau launched its Champagne Castelnau Hors Categorie CCF 2067, the second prestige cuvée to be released as part of its premium Hors Catégorie collection. Named after the toughest mountain passes of the Tour de France, the new champagne, retailing at approximately £100 is a limited edition of 3,600 bottles.

Nails by Mets had the pleasure of being part of the champagne launch and head nail artist/technician, Metta Francis, visited the Castelnau London offices ahead of the launch event, to provide the team with nail art manicures.

Castelnau Marketing and Communications Manager, Belinda, presented a number of rough sketches for potential designs, based on the champagne bottle and branding. Metta used these for inspiration and was able to create different, bespoke nails for each member of the team.

Thank you to Belinda and the Castelnau Wine Agencies team and congratulations on your successful launch at Kettner’s Townhouse!

If you would like to enquire about booking Nails by Mets for your next special event or launch, get in touch today!

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