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Ruinart Champagnes and the Blancs de Blancs Icon Dress Up For Christmas
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Ruinart Champagnes and the Blancs de Blancs Icon Dress Up For Christmas

It is in 1729, at the highest of the Lumieres revolution that the Sillery vineyard, south-east of Reims, became that of the Ruinart maison. In 2018 it is the very same vineyard that the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz spent long hours finding inspiration. “My relationship to images is not quite related to the history of art but more to memory” describes the artist.

(Re)Discovering Glenmorangie’s The Original
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(Re)Discovering Glenmorangie’s The Original

Its powerful aroma is known by lovers of single malt whiskies. Glenmorangie’s The Original envelops the nose in a vanilla aroma before softening it with the scent of citrus and ripe peaches. This bouquet opens up even further when you add a touch of water – floral notes of geranium  uncover apricot, bergamot, mandarin, eucalyptus, and...

Château Mouton Rothschild 2015 by Gerhard Richter
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Château Mouton Rothschild 2015 by Gerhard Richter

Château Mouton Rothschild is one of the most reputable domains in the Médoc region of France, named the “first grand cru” according to the official classification of Bordeaux wines. And a prestigious wine necessitates a prestigious label. In 1924, Baron Philippe de Rothschild wanted to mark the domain’s first bottling by calling on famed poster artist Jean...

The Belvedere Holiday Box Set by NeSpoon
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The Belvedere Holiday Box Set by NeSpoon

Like every year, Belvedere Vodka is introducing an exclusive box set decorated by a renowned artist. This time, Polish urban artist NeSpoon was entrusted with the creation of their icon. This artist has the same Polish origins and values as Belvedere – whether it comes to beautifying the urban landscape in unexpected or abandoned locations or adding her touch...

Ruinart’s New Artistic Collaboration with Jaume Plensa
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Ruinart’s New Artistic Collaboration with Jaume Plensa

Ruinart has long shared its taste for artistic collaborations and was even a pioneer in the field. The world’s first champagne brand was indeed the first to innovate in the communications realm by calling on the talents of Czech artist Alphonse Mucha. The year was 1896, and this precursor to Art Nouveau left an impression...

Krug Rosé – The Boldness of Excellence
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Krug Rosé – The Boldness of Excellence

Created in 1843 by Johann Joseph Krug, who first instilled this champagne with its dynamic, Krug quickly imposed itself as a leader in its field. Its participation in the 1900 Universal Exposition allowed it to position itself among the greatest Champagne manufacturers, not least of all because it won first prize. Sold to Rémy Martin...

Veuve Clicquot’s Grande Dame
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Veuve Clicquot’s Grande Dame

Grande Dame, a simple name that fits right in amongst the big wigs of Champagne, is the result of a combination of Veuve Clicquot’s 8 historic “grand crus”. This cuvée, dominated by Pinot Noir and balanced by a touch of Chardonnay, is lauded by all, connoisseurs and Champagne amateurs alike, for its finesse, the abundance...

The New Hennessy and JonOne Limited Edition
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The New Hennessy and JonOne Limited Edition

Hennessy decided to take the aesthetics for its new limited edition from the great street artist JoneOne. After Scott Campbell, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, Ryan McGinness, and more recently Futura, JoneOne, the self-taught graffiti artist, was entrusted with creating the limited edition Hennessy Very Special 2017. From his first visit to Hennessy’s historic headquarters in Cognac, JoneOne’s creative vision...

Rémy Martin Louis XIII: an Amber Robe of Golden Prestige
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Rémy Martin Louis XIII: an Amber Robe of Golden Prestige

Born at the heart of Grande Champagne, the Louis XIII cuvée produced by Rémy Cointreau and stamped off by Rémy Martin is the most prestigious 700ml of cognac of them all. No less than 1200 spirits, aged between 40 and 100 years, as well as a century of savoir-faire are needed to create it. Only...