At Laurent-Perrier, we're different from the rest, or at least we're perceived to be. It took a lot more time, effort...
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Champagne Day is back on October 27, 2023! As in previous years, Champagne lovers around the world will share THEIR day with friends and followers on social networks. You too can participate in this day on the usual places of consumption. So don't hesitate anymore!
When I was offered an interview with Manuel Reman, the new president of Krug since April 1st, I thought everything but that I was dealing with a real person. Biased? Maybe, the fact is that I thought that the register and the scenario of the interview would be decided a priori by the company, which happens almost automatically when dealing with groups of this type.
In 2021, director and nature lover Nicolas Vanier installs cameras in Champagne for his film Champagne! An ode to wine-growing champagne and friendship, the film is a great opportunity to discover the uniqueness of this magical land: its exceptional wines, its extraordinary landscapes and the warm welcome of its inhabitants.
Marc Hoellinger has just been appointed CEO of the Deutz and Delas Frères companies. He will officially take office on January 1, 2023. He will succeed Fabrice Rosset, who will have worked for 49 years in the Group, 26 of which as director of these two companies.
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.
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...