Category: Champagne World

Big Bottles for Maximum Champagne Pleasure: Magnums, Jeroboams and Methuselahs for Memorable Parties and Celebrations

Magnum bottles in a champagne cellar

The season of festive gatherings with friends, family, and colleagues is just starting, and for champagne lovers, nothing seems more exciting than thinking about the next bottle to share. For some occasions, however, a regular bottle just doesn’t seem big enough for a thirsty… Continue Reading “Big Bottles for Maximum Champagne Pleasure: Magnums, Jeroboams and Methuselahs for Memorable Parties and Celebrations”

Champagne Day: A Day to Celebrate Your Love for Champagne

People celebrating Champagne Day

Have you already planned something on October 28? If your calendar is still free, we recommend drawing a huge X on this day. And if your day is already booked, try to sneak in an hour or two that you can dedicate to effervescent… Continue Reading “Champagne Day: A Day to Celebrate Your Love for Champagne”

Champagne Day: A Day to Celebrate Your Love for Champagne

People celebrating Champagne Day

Have you already planned something for October 28? If your calendar is still free, we recommend drawing a huge X on this day. And if your day is already booked, try to sneak in an hour or two that you can dedicate to effervescent… Continue Reading “Champagne Day: A Day to Celebrate Your Love for Champagne”

The Montagne de Reims 

The Montagne de Reims isn’t quite as impressive as its name suggests. However, it disrupts the open, plain landscape that sits on an average of 80 meters above sea level. Reaching 298 meters at its highest point and covered by a lush, dense forest… Continue Reading “The Montagne de Reims “

Côte des Blancs: The Universe of Blanc de Blancs

The vineyards of the Côte des Blancs in Champagne © Photo: S. Koehler

It’s nearly impossible to speak about Blanc de Blancs champagne without mentioning the Côte des Blancs. The most famous white coast of Champagne is one of the four major wine-growing sub-regions of Champagne, besides the Vallée de la Marne, Montagne de Reims, and Côte… Continue Reading “Côte des Blancs: The Universe of Blanc de Blancs”

A Champagne Lover’s Trip to Épernay

Balloon over Épernay © Photo: S. Köhler

Drinking champagne is always a brilliant choice to be in your happy place. But could there be an even happier place for champagne lovers? Yes, there is one place where every champagne enthusiast would love to enjoy their favorite fizzy drink! Right at the… Continue Reading “A Champagne Lover’s Trip to Épernay”

3 CHAMPAGNE READS FOR A SPARKLING SUMMER HOLIDAY

Champagne reads for summer holidays

Are you in the middle of packing your bags, searching for your passports, and getting ready for the holidays? If this is the case, then hold off for a minute and leave some room in your bags: we have some bubbly suggestions for your… Continue Reading “3 CHAMPAGNE READS FOR A SPARKLING SUMMER HOLIDAY”

10 Refreshing Low-Dosage Champagnes for the Hottest Summer Days

Refreshing champagne for the summer

Summer is the season of great joy and carefree celebration. It is also the time of the year when we are all craving for refreshment, from crunchy salads and ice cream all the way to a cold drink that lifts our spirit. But what… Continue Reading “10 Refreshing Low-Dosage Champagnes for the Hottest Summer Days”

How do you like your rosé champagne: blended or macerated?

champagne rosé d'assemblage or champagne rosé de saignée

Blue skies, no clouds on the horizon, plenty of sunshine and a lazy weekend, or even holiday, in sight. Sounds like the perfect time to enjoy some juicy rosé champagne! A glass of bright-colored fizz is the most versatile fit for those warm days… Continue Reading “How do you like your rosé champagne: blended or macerated?”

The Lost Grapes of Champagne: Rediscovering Arbane, Petit Meslier, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris

Champagne-lost-grapes

As true champagne enthusiasts, we usually don’t say many words when a glass of fine champagne floods our palate: clinking glasses, a sound of appreciation, and a short moment with closed eyes sufficiently express our moment of joy. When it comes to more elaborate… Continue Reading “The Lost Grapes of Champagne: Rediscovering Arbane, Petit Meslier, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris”