Moet & Chandon Golden Jeroboam

The Jeroboam Champagne, dressed in gold by Arthus Bertrand, has been presented for Christmas 2010, by Moet & Chandon. There are only 1743 bottles (the year it was founded) of the select Moet & Chandon Golden Jeroboam available for purchase at 800 € ($1,050).

Veuve Clicquot launches QR Code campaign

Veuve Clicquot is giving champagne lovers something new to do with their phones with the launch of the Veuve Clicquot QR Code in Hong Kong. A quick refresher on QR codes for the uninitiated. QR codes are a very useful tool for pointing people to more information about your product. You take a photo of … Continued

What is the best way to pour champagne?

French researchers have figured out how to keep your champagne robust with bubbles according to a new study published in the August 11 print edition of the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Gerard Liger-Belair, a professor and author of Uncorked: the Science of Champagne, led the study with a team of scientists and found … Continued

“Shipwrecked champagne good, but not ours”

A two-century-old bottle of champagne found in a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic tastes great but is not from the house of Veuve-Clicquot. Last month Swedish divers working off Finland found 30 bottles perfectly preserved at a depth of 55 metres (180 feet), perhaps part of a consignment sent by France’s King Louis … Continued

Tycoons spend $2.6m on champagne in St Tropez

In what could be called as a lavish fight, a pair of rival billionaires set a new world record at a French nightclub to see who could order the most champagne. Zhen Low – the younger brother of big-spending Malaysian billionaire Jho Low – squared off against Winston Fisher of the prominent New York real-estate … Continued

Divers find oldest champagne in Baltic wreck

Divers have found bottles of champagne some 230 years old on the bottom of the Baltic which a wine expert described Saturday as tasting “fabulous”. Thought to be premium brand Veuve Clicquot, the 30 bottles discovered perfectly preserved at a depth of 55 metres (180 feet) could have been in a consignment sent by France’s … Continued

Dom Perignon Tribute to Andy Warhol

Dom Pérignon is paying tribute to the founder of Pop Art, Andy Warhol. Inspired by Warhol’s unconventional talent when using icons to represent shapes and fun colors, Dom Pérignon has reinterpreted his legendary first bottle with a stunning Limited Edition. The result is a unique collection of six unique bottles inspired by the famous artist’s … Continued

Veuve Clicquot Fridge

Once again, Veuve Clicquot trusts Denis Boudard of QSLD Paris, to create its new giftbox: The Veuve Clicquot Fridge. Ten years ago, Veuve Clicquot was revolutionizing the champagne consumption with its Clicquot Icebox. This box allowed savoring one’s favorite vintage at the ideal temperature. From then on, Veuve Clicquot chose to rethink every year its … Continued

Moet Ice Imperial

Champagne tastemakers Moet & Chandon have unveiled their first and only vintage of ice champagne, Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial.

US champagne sales start to sparkle again

US champagne sales are bubbling, with strong gains in the first two months of the year, according to the trade group for the producers. The US Champagne Bureau, part of the CIVC trade group, said January 2010 shipments rose 22.5 percent and February’s surged 95 percent year-over-year. “Almost two million bottles were shipped to the … Continued

Sex and the City 2: The Cocktails

In celebration of Sex and the City to big screen, Moet & Chandon has created 4 champagne cocktails inspired by the film’s dazzling leading ladies.

The Rolls Royce wine delivery van

Based on a 1979 Silver Shadow II this Rolls-Royce panel van was commissioned by Krug Champagne – now part of the LVMH wine division – back in 1984. With the front two seats remaining the rear has been filled with a pair of refrigerators to keep your bubbly at the optimum temperature. Covered in special … Continued

Perrier-Jouët “Flower Table”

Designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has created for champagne brand Perrier-Jouët, the “Flower Table” which debuts this week at Milan Furniture Show. The designer was inspired by Belle Epoque forms and the famous anenomes that Emile Gallé created to decorate the bottle in 1902. The object is evocative of taste, elegance and style, and it is designed … Continued

Rie Rasmussen is the New Muse of Perrier-Jouet

Champagne brand Perrier-Jouët has invited Rie Rasmussen, a fashion model, designer and artist, to become its new muse. In a campaign for the house’s Cuvée Belle Epoque champagne dubbed “Beauty Is A Form Of Genius” (Oscar Wilde), Ms. Rasmussen’s face appears in the famous anemone which graces Perrier-Jouët’s Émile Gallé-designed Art Nouveau bottle. The Danish … Continued

T.T. Trunks Malle Mini Bar

This mini bar from T.T. Trunks is unique in that it not only has room for champagne but also coffee, which makes it a little more versatile and a potentially great addition to a guest room.

Dom Perignon Wedding

Dom Perignon Wedding was inspired by the magnums of Dom Pérignon Vintage 1961 which were poured at the 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles. Each bottle was inscribed with the Royal’s names and the date of the most viewed wedding in history. SEE ALSO: DOM PERIGNON X IRIS VAN HERPEN Motivated by this … Continued

Champagne sales down 9% in 2009

For the second year in a row, overall sales of bottles of champagne were down — by 9.1 percent in 2009, in comparison with 2008. The greatest loss came from exports outside the European Union, while exports to EU countries also fell, according to figures revealed by the Interprofessional Committee of Champagne Wine. In 2009 … Continued

Mariah Carey to Launch Champagne Line

Mariah Carey is launching her own champagne, weeks after giving a loopy five-minute acceptance speech at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Soon after her tipsy proclamations at the event, the star updated her Twitter account to announce her very own line of rose champagne, christened Angel! “Didn’t realize they put the champagne on the … Continued

Perrier Jouët – Makiko Takehara

This year, to celebrate the release of the Cuvée Belle Epoque 2002, Perrier-Jouët embarked on a creative collaboration with Japanese art photographer Makiko Takehara. She has interpreted 20 legendary Perrier-Jouët vintages, from the oldest in Champagne, the PJ 1825, to the first of the new millennium. Makiko Takehara’s compositions provide a singularly artistic perspective of … Continued

Sakura Collection Veuve Clicquot Rosé

Champagne brand Veuve Clicquot, has teamed up with designers L’Atelier LZC to create the Sakura Collection. (Sakurea is Japanese for Cherry Blossom). The Sakura Rosé Box is inspired by the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossom and the Japanese tradition for spring “Sakura” parties—which entail celebrating the short but majestic flowering of cherry trees by picnicking … Continued