Contemporary German artist Michael Riedel has created a set of limited edition designs for Dom Pérignon 2006 and Rosé 2004.
Last week FKA Twigs hosted the second instalment of Veuve Clicquot’s Widow Series – an annual art exhibit that pays homage to its founder Madame Clicquot.
Rumours in Paris financial circles suggest the de Nonancourt family, which holds about 60% of Laurent-Perrier, is sounding out the market about a sale or dilution of its stake.
Champagne might be steeped in tradition, but to what extent is product innovation driving the category forward, and to what end?
As many as 220 branches of Marks & Spencer across the UK are to carry Champagne Lanson for the first time in the store’s history.
After the vineyards were battered by a series of atrocious weather at the beginning of the year, the state of the harvest in Champagne in 2016 has given producers some cause for hope.
Champagne Henri Giraud is to open a “pioneering” new cellar this November with 0% stainless steel.
This year’s Champagne Masters showed that the quality in the sector is very high. Patrick Schmitt MW takes a look at who took away the top awards at the blind tasting.
Sotheby’s fine wine sale in New York this November will feature over 1,000 lots of Bollinger, Krug and top Burgundy.
To mark the culmination of the Hong Kong E Prix, Maison Mumm has launched its ‘innovative’ Grand Cordon bottle in Asia which has the iconic red sash indented directly onto the glass.
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