Disneyland Paris gets its own champagne
Disneyland Paris has teamed with champagne maker Lanson to launch a special vintage.
Disneyland Paris is bringing out the bubbly for the launch of its new attraction, based on the film “Ratatouille” and its focus on French cuisine.
To mark the occasion, the park is partnering with champagne maker Lanson, immersing its visitors all the more in the experience of fine gastronomy.
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Wine enthusiasts will find this special vintage in the boutiques at Disneyland Paris hotels, priced at €65 (around $82).
The champagne is said to call to mind the personality of Rémy, the star of “Ratatouille.” Like the little rat known for his refined palate, this bubbly makes a strong impression: Pinot Noir grapes lend powerful fruity notes and roundness, while Chardonnay grapes add suavity and elegance.