Emblazoned by the acclaimed artist’s signature polka dots and flowers, this bubbly makes a great party enhancer.
Dom Perignon, Moet et Chandon, Krug, Veuve Clicquot and Ruinart still use manual “remuage”, or riddling, for some very special bubbly vintages.
So we put our blindfolds on and brought on the flutes for an evening of well-mannered blind champagne tasting frivolity.
After looking at the total number of volumes sold in 2013, a new list shows that the world’s favorite brand of bubbly was Moet & Chandon.
As part of a 50-year aging experiment, Veuve Clicquot submerged a selection of its Champagnes 40 meters into the Baltic Sea.
Veuve Clicquot’s latest packaging innovation comes courtesy of French designer Cédric Ragot, who helped the champagne maker create the industry’s first 100% biodegradable isothermal packaging.