Flute Comtes de Champagne, in tableware as in oenology, the wine glass has become an essential accessory whose...
Flute Comtes de Champagne, in tableware as in oenology, the wine glass has become an essential accessory whose intrinsic qualities can intensify the experience and pleasure of tasting. For the past thirty years, the French brand Lehmann has been giving it its full measure by creating innovative and refined shapes that magnify wines in general, and champagne in particular.
This summer, the House of Taittinger reinterprets in a photographic campaign, a classic of literature: Le Tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours by Jules Verne. The head designer Florence Mauduech tells us about the backstage of this creation.
The oldest wine house in the Champagne region unveils its latest revelationrevelation: Celebris Vintage 2008 Extra Brut, an exceptional cuvée expressing the quintessence of the Gosset style.Produced according to the rules of the art, this is only the 8th vintageof the Celebris Vintage range since it was initiated 34 years ago.A rarity: this edition is limited to 15,000 bottles.
For Gosset, a fine wine cannot be decreed. It is sketched out at the time of the harvest, refined in the secret of the cellars, confirmed under the expert eye of the oenologist, before revealing itself to the world after years of maturation. It is precisely this approach that has given birth to the latest Gosset Champagne: Grand Millésime 2015 Brut
Champagne TAITTINGER - Since the first vintage in 1952, only 48 vintages have been produced. The Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs and Rosé are exceptional wines for ageing, which pass the time without betraying the qualities of their temporal and territorial origins. Among them, some have become legends and can only be tasted by listening to those who have tasted them.
... i.e. cool, at 8 or 9°C. Some vintages, however, are best served around 10 or 12°C, such as old vintages or special vintages. The ideal is to plunge the bottle 2/3 of the way into an ice bucket for 20 minutes.If not, cool your bottle in the least cold part of your fridge to preserve the qualities of the wine for tasting. Avoid the freezer at all costs!
The word Marne means Champagne, a simple word that says a lot about the welcome we give to our visitors! So welcome to the Marne, only 45 minutes from Paris by TGV. Between wine tourism, tourism of memory or nature, our department shelters the most northern vineyard of France but not only...
The Champagne Committee whose mission is to defend the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée Champagne, informs you that the name Champagne is invariable.Champagne is an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) which designates exclusively a sparkling wine elaborated in France, in the wine-growing region of Champagne, according to methods strictly defined by the law.
"A niche brand, super high-end, super original, super different, super organic, sometimes super irreverent, but above all, super nice, well I hope." Frédéric Zeimett, owner of Maison Leclerc-Briant, is full of praise for his brand. A brand that celebrates its 150th anniversary this year.
For Julie Cavil, the similarities between Champagne Krug and music are clear: "At the end of the harvest, we will have 250/270 potential soloists that we will taste throughout the season. Sometimes we realize that in these Soloists, there are people who have the same perfume, tell the same stories, express the same emotions, so we bring them together and they will play us the music of the year. It could be the marching band in the street, if it was 1990, or a string quartet, if it was 1998,"...