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The Iconic Champagne Veuve Clicquot Dressed By Yayoi Kusama
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The Iconic Champagne Veuve Clicquot Dressed By Yayoi Kusama

To celebrate the edition of the most iconic new vintage in the Veuve Clicquot repertoire, the house called on the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama to illustrate all the emotion provided by the 2012 La Grande Dame vintage! La Grande Dame 2012 By Yayoi Kusama While Yayoi Kusama is not his first collaboration with the Veuve...

The Iconic Cuvée Cristal 2012 Louis Roederer
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The Iconic Cuvée Cristal 2012 Louis Roederer

The 2012 vintage of Louis Roederer’s legendary Cristal cuvée completes a very, very admirable line of champagnes. La Cuvée Cristal Louis Roederer: The 2012 Vintage If the 2012 vintage of Louis Roederer reveals an exceptional champagne, it is because the Cristal cuvée itself shines with a history intrinsically linked to excellence. The History Of La...

Summer With Veuve Clicquot
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Summer With Veuve Clicquot

The champagne house Veuve Clicquot is orchestrating summer around events as sophisticated as they are instructive. On the program, lunch on the grass at the Manoir de Verzy, and exclusive Master Classes! Summer with Veuve Clicquot, Champagne and Joie de Vivre Lunches on the Grass at the Manoir de Verzy It is the first time...

The Champagne Food Pairings By Veuve Clicquot Rosé
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The Champagne Food Pairings By Veuve Clicquot Rosé

The house’s iconic champagne becomes ideal for enjoying summer dishes as it should be! Le Veuve Clicquot Rosé, A Story of Audacity and Taste A process initiated over 200 years ago Veuve Clicquot Rosé is one of the most emblematic cuvées of the house. And for good reason ! Created over 200 years ago by...

Moët & Chandon, The Perfect Match
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Moët & Chandon, The Perfect Match

What to pair with Moët & Chandon champagne? The house donates its recipes for “The Perfect Match”. What to pair with this Moët & Chandon champagne? Refocusing on taste and excellence, is what drove the new approach of the house Moët & Chandon. The champagne favorite of Napoleon enjoyed indeed a thousand and one ways,...

Romanée Conti – Object of All Desires
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Romanée Conti – Object of All Desires

“He gave his name to the wine for the simple reason that it was served only at his personal table” tells Aubert de Villaine. Yes, appreciated for a long time by Louis-François de Bourbon, previously called the Prince de Conti, he acquired it for ten times the price of a very sought after cru...

Hennessy, Cognac Makes Itself Festive for Christmas
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Hennessy, Cognac Makes Itself Festive for Christmas

We can read the story of the Hennessy maison in its emblem - the family crest of its founder Richard Hennessy, now become a symbol of its savour faire. The legendary hatchet leave sits sign on the most desirable cognacs of the world. This savoir-faire goes way back, almost 255 years to be precise. Irish officer at the service of King Louis XV, Richard Hennessy discovered

Bollinger: James Bond’s Champagne
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Bollinger: James Bond’s Champagne

It is with great pride that we celebrate the 40 years of partnership between Bollinger and James Bong, a homage to the friendship born in 1971 between my father, Christian Bizot, and the producer of James Bond, Cubby Broccoli” says Etienne Bizot, CEO of Bollinger.