Golden Globes 2016 Preview: 10,000 Flown-In Flowers, Moët’s Nod to ‘Oz’ As most of the country headed back to work with a slow Monday morning, event professionals in Los Angeles were charging full-speed ahead with award season preparations. Such labors were on display as part of the Beverly Hilton hotel’s annual Golden Globes menu preview event for international media. Staff on property unveiled the tabletop and culinary offerings for the 1,300 invited guests of the 73rd annual awards, slated to take over the hotel on January 10. This year, Moët & Chandon will also celebrate a milestone as part of the awards: The brand will mark 25 years as the event’s official champagne. To establish the 2016 cocktail, Moët & Chandon hosted a competition, in which local mixologist Karen Grill took the top prize for her creation. The Moët Ruby Red, a modern take on a French 75 cocktail and an homage toThe Wizard of Oz, includes lemon juice, tarragon, raspberry, vodka, citrus shrub, and Moët & Chandon Imperial.