Moët & Chandon’s Golden Premium Jeroboam

Closing 2011 with the ultimate gesture of luxury, and upholding an annual premium tradition, Moët & Chandon presents the Golden Premium Jeroboam. Moët & Chandon transforms the Impérial bottle into a limited-edition keepsake allowing champagne lovers to create their own masterpiece. “Being unique is the essence of luxury: By signing its Golden Premium Jeroboam, each … Continued

Champagne prices expected to rise next year

Major industry players have issued a bubble-bursting forecast warning that retail prices will rise by as much as six percent in the UK alone. Several champagne houses agreed that the rise in grape prices from the Champagne region’s 2011 harvest will be unavoidably passed on to the consumer. Estimates vary between a three to six … Continued

Piper Heidsieck – Black Cancan Millesime 2000

Jean Paul Gaultier has collaborated with Champagne brand Piper-Heidsieck on two new bottles – Black Cancan Millésime 2000 and the Piper-Heidsieck French Cancan. The Cabaret-inspired French Cancan bottle is dressed in black latex, fishnets and ruby masquerade mask at the neck. The Black Cancan Millésime 2000’s adornments include a Swarovski Crystallized stocking, a studded collar … Continued

The Royal Wedding Perrier Jouet Bottle

The royal wedding Perrier Jouet Champagne is the latest limited edition bottle for the Monaco’s Royal Wedding that took place earlier this summer. The symbolic choice by the Perrier Jouet house was born from a love story between the founder, Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adèle Jouët over two hundred years ago. For fans of Prince Albert … Continued

Perrier-Jouet Champagne Paper Print Ad

Established in 1811, as one of the first houses of champagne, Perrier-Jouet debuts a suite collaboration with paper artist Jo Lynn Alcorn. Since it’s inception, Perrier-Jouet has treated the process of making champagne as an art form, and this flowery champagne campaign is no different. Through the art of finely hand cut paper, Jo Lynn … Continued

“Bubble in Paris” by Taittinger Champagne

Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris has partnered with Taittinger Champagne to create the “Bubble in Paris” bar that resembles a life-size snow globe. The translucent bar was conceived by artist Jean-Hugues de Chatillon, who drew inspiration from the mythical realm of Narnia to bottle a miniature winter wonderland. The 16-foot tall dome will house an all-white, central, … Continued

24kt Gold Chocolate Champagne Truffles

It’s not unusual for gold to be used in products for food and drink. Chocolate lovers everywhere, prepare yourself for a tantalizing and opulent treat! Branded the world’s most luxurious chocolate experience, using the most expensive dark chocolate, and wrapped in 24kt gold; The Chocolate company creates “Luxury Truffles” and the taste is hidden behind … Continued

Piper Heidsieck’s New Champagne Bodyguard

Champagne Piper-Heidsieck has wrapped its new limited-edition Bodyguard in a “sexy red crocodile skin” for its launch this month in selected travel retail outlets. The 75cl bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Brut can be described as having “springtime citrus aromas with notes of apples and pears”. Piper-Heidsieck reveals that the the flavour of Bodyguard is reminiscent … Continued

Win a Date with Scarlett Johansson

Among the hundreds of lots on offer at Christie’s September wine auction in Hong Kong, there’s one in particular that will appeal to more than just wine lovers. The winning bid for Lot No. 519 will receive a lunch date with Scarlett Johansson and six bottles of 100-year-old Moët et Chandon champagne packed in a … Continued

Australia corks its use of “champagne”

If you’re drinking bubbly in Australia that was bottled before September 1, there’s no telling where it actually came from. But as of Thursday, any bubbly produced in that country can no longer label itself as champagne but will have to be called sparkling wine. It’s part of a trade agreement that was signed between … Continued

Moët & Chandon Celebrate the US OPEN

Moet & Chandon will be the official champagne of the US Open, the largest sporting competition in the world. The sponsorship includes an on-site suite at the US Open, which is held in the Queens borough of New York. The Moët & Chandon luxury suite will not only serve as a celebration station for attending … Continued

Moët Rosé x Mosley Tribes Sunglasses

Mosley Tribes and Moët & Chandon recently partnered to create limited edition “Rosé” sunglasses in celebration of a private four-city celebrity hosted penthouse tour called The Rosé Lounge. Select guests of the Rosé Lounge will receive the limited edition “Rosé” Mosley Tribes sunglasses and experience an evening with local tastemakers and media that bring the … Continued

The Ruinart Interpretation Giftbox

For a fun new way to entertain guests after dinner why not try a new interactive wine tasting activity with The Ruinart Interpretation Giftbox? The Giftbox explores the aromatic bouquet of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, revealing the eight contributing aromas of the signature cuvée to offer a unique tasting experience. This set brings to life … Continued

Champagne named after Marilyn Monroe

A Norwegian beverage company has bottled the legend of Marilyn Monroe in an effervescent bubbly to be served in a curvy, voluptuous champagne flute in her honor. Champagne Marilyn Monroe Premier Cru Brut debuts at Vinexpo this week, where 50,000 attendees from 47 countries are expected to converge. The bottle of sparkling bubbly was created … Continued

LVMH plans behind-the-scenes days this fall

Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy has announced open days at their European artisan workshops, ateliers, and vineyards for two days in October. WWD reports that on the 15th and 16th of the month, the public will be able to experience what happens behind the doors of the luxury conglomerate’s brands that include fashion houses Louis Vuitton, … Continued

“Life can be perfect ” by Champagne Bollinger

For half a century, Bollinger has been paying tribute to the best that the Champagne region has to offer, by crafting its iconic cuvée, Bollinger R.D. On 8th July 2011, the House of Bollinger will host a unique tasting at a top secret venue in Paris, to celebrate the vintages that produced this prestigious cuvée. … Continued

World’s most expensive Kebab

Chef Andy Bates has created the most expensive kebab in the world to mark the launch of The Great Food Truck Race TV show. The dish has moved on from being a humble doner to include saffron-infused flat bread, milk-fed lamb from the Pyrenees and even edible gold. The “King of Kebabs” uses gold leaf … Continued

Jean Paul Gaultier x Piper Heidsieck Champagne

Piper-Heidsieck collaborated with Jean Paul Gaultier to create a new design for its Champagne Cuvée Brut bottle. Gaultier had already created a bottle in a red corset in 1999. The new one features Latex and fishnets, inspired by the can-can. The unveiling took place at a VIP dinner on May 13 at the Cannes Film … Continued

World’s most expensive Champagne sabre

Henry Tuke has launched their new Champagne sabre in the breathtaking gardens at the historic cellars of Champagne house Canard-Duchêne in Ludes, France. Guests at the event witnessed the founder of Henry Tuke, Tom Tuke-Hastings smash the World Record, by sabering 35 bottles of Canard-Duchêne’s Cuvée Léonie in one minute. The Henry Tuke Champagne Sabre … Continued