G.H. Mumm box F1 “Limited Edition”

GH Mumm unveiled the GH Mumm F1 box “Limited Edition” last month at the Pavilion Visconti of Milan, in conjunction with the Grand Prix in Monza in 2009. The packaging is made of exclusive materials such as the carbon interior trim in black velvet and gold plate. The GH Mumm F1 box “Limited Edition” will … Continued

Piper Heidsieck x Christian Louboutin

Champagne makers Piper Heidsieck have worked with master shoe maker Christian Louboutin to create a unique box set: “Le Rituel” Box Set. The set consists of a bottle of champagne and a glass shoe designed by Christian Louboutin. The project has been named Le Rituel after a French ritual popular in the 1880’s where one … Continued

Mumm in the Great Barrier Reef

G.H.Mumm partnered with renowned Chef Mauro Colagreco to create a gastronomic Dinner on a sand bank on July, 14th 2009. G.H Mumm chose the Great Barrier Reef, and asked Chef Mauro Colagreco to prepare a gastronomic lunch in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, on a pristine sandbank on the Great Barrier Reef. Magnifying these … Continued

Moët & Chandon Buckets of Bubbles

Famed French champagne house Moët & Chandon has come out with the perfect companion to any on-the-go celebration. The new Buckets of Bubbles set includes four mini champagne flutes accompanied by four mini bottles of Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial. The container also doubles as a chic ice bucket, so you can add a touch … Continued

24 karat Gold Champagne flavored lollipop

This Lollipop is the ultimate extravagance, for those who have everything. It is made by hand with genuine 24 Karat Californian Gold Flakes. The champagne-flavored lollipop is available for purchase at Edible ($6).

Mumm champagne presents gourmet-journeys.com

In keeping with the founders’ taste for adventure, Mumm champagne is launching today a new website with a unique perspective on gastronomy and design. Gourmet-Journeys.com presents a journey around the globe in some of the world’s most vibrant cities for gourmets: St. Petersburg, Paris, New York, Tokyo and Seville. French chef Frederick e. Grasser Herme has devised a range of … Continued

Moët Hennessy sales fall by a third

Decanter reports that Moët Hennessy Champagne sales were down 35 percent in the first three months of this year. The LVMH drinks arm owns many of the biggest brands in the category such as Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart, Mercier and Krug The company said revenues from its Champagne and still wine business fell … Continued

Champagne cork to be replaced by metal top

It is a sound associated with celebration around the world, but the pop of a traditional champagne cork could soon be replaced by the click of a metal cap if one leading producer’s experiment takes off. Duval-Leroy, one of the larger Champagne houses which produced more than 6 million of the 320 million bottles of … Continued

Veuve Clicquot illustrated by Florence Deygas

Known for creating the famous dog duo Caprino and Peperone, French artist, Florence Deygas has struck another amazing collaboration – this time with Veuve Clicquot champagne. “The current collaboration with Veuve Clicquot includes several illustrations using paintbrush techniques over more classic line drawing,” a rep from the champagne company explained. “These illustrations use Veuve Clicquot’s … Continued

Scarlett Johansson for Moet

Scarlett Johansson proved she is indeed a bubbly blonde in a new campaign for Moët & Chandon. The Hollywood actress looks her bombshell best in a series of smouldering images for the champagne house, who named her their first ever celebrity ambassador last month. In one provocative image she pops the cork off a bottle … Continued

New Record Set For Champagne At HK Auction

Last weekend at Acker Merrall & Condit’s first Hong Kong auction of 2009, a 1928 Krug set a new world record for the most expensive bottle of Champagne sold at auction. The 75cl bottle, from the Krug Collection range (the library collection of the renowned Reims Champagne house), fetched 164,560 Hong Kong dollars ($21,100 USD) … Continued

Moët & Chandon unveiled Scarlett Johansson as the first face of champagne

At fabulous “Tribute to Cinema” event, Moët & Chandon revealed its iconic muse before a Dazzling Array of International Who’s Who, including Thandie Newton, Joseph Fiennes and Melanie Laurent: the beautiful Scarlett Johansson. Moët is the very first champagne company to introduce a Hollywood celebrity ambassador as the face of the world’s most loved champagne.

Champagne Perrier-Jouet Uncorks the Oldest Champagne in the World

This weekend, 12 of the world’s top wine and champagne experts flew from all corners of the globe to the boutique Champagne House Perrier-Jouet for the chance to taste 20 historic vintages from the House’s own cellars, including the oldest champagne in the world: Perrier-Jouet Vintage 1825. Each sip would have been worth hundreds of … Continued

Veuve Clicquot : Dry Blizzard

The concept “Dry Blizzard” is a study of style and a new technical approach to an ice bucket for champagne Veuve Cliquot. Thomas Lemaire’s ‘Dry Blizzard’ champagne bucket utilizes dry ice and a fan to circulate cold air around the bottle; the double-walled glass design ensures hot hands don’t alter the temperature one iota.

Pinel & Pinel Krug Picnic Trunk

If you’re tired of lugging your caviar and Krug around in a run-of-the mill basket, this is the trunk for you. An exercise in indulgence wrapped in brown colthide leather, this nifty piece, made by Parisian trunk makers Pinel & Pinel, has 10 drawers filled with the necessary accoutrements for a gourmet picnic The front … Continued

City banker spent £43,000 on champagne

The Telegraph has a receipt for a bill at Maya, a club in London’s Soho area that shows a £43,067.50 bar bill from this week. The astonishing bar bill included two methuselah of Dom Perignon champagne at £9,000 each, and four jeroboam of Crystal champagne costing £4,500 each. A methuselah is eight times the normal … Continued

Champagne Ruinart “My Sweeter Half” Gift Set

Established in the year 1729, Champagne Ruinart, is acclaimed throughout the world as one of the oldest champagne houses. At the same time, it also shares a place among the most esteemed champagne houses of the world. In celebration of Valentine’s Day (a century ago, I know !), Ruinart, offer an indulgent and frolicsome special … Continued

Champagne Cattier lands on U.S. soil

Champagne Cattier is a brand new ultra luxury champagne that just hit US soil about three months ago. The champagne comes in these great cages that really set the tone for any high profile event, and at $600 a bottle, this is definitely a brand reserved for those in “the know”. Champagne Cattier’s variants are … Continued

Moët and Chandon to sponsor Oscars

Moet & Chandon has been doing a big push with the awards ceremonies lately. They had a red carpet presence at the Golden Globes and now they been designated the exclusive champagne of the 81st Annual Academy Awards. Moet & Chandon’s flagship champagne, Moet & Chandon White Star, will be showcased along with other qualities … Continued