#Britefest Celebrates UK’s Best Events at Shoreditch Pop Up

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Champagne and Sushi at London's #Britefest On Tuesday 2 July more than 150 event organisers gathered at Eventbrite's annual Festival Pop Up at the Hoxton Basement in Shoreditch to enjoy a taste of the UK's best food and drink events. What better way … [Read more...]

Mastering The Art of Champagne & Cooking with Krug


Question: What do you get when you combine Gaggenau kitchen appliances, Michelin trained chefs, Scandinavian design and lashings of the champagne God gives his angels when they've been really good? Answer: An unmissable invitation to cook, dine … [Read more...]

Champagne & Strawberries SW19 – Game, Set & Match


2013 is not only the 126th anniversary of Wimbledon but the fifth year in a row that British number 1 and World no 2 Andy Murray has reached the semi-finals of the most coveted tennis championship in the world. 2013 is also the 25th anniversary of … [Read more...]

Champagne & Art: Hosono wins inaugural Perrier Jouet Arts Salon Prize

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Ceramicist Hitomi Hisono, inaugural #PJArtsSalon prize winner, launches her first solo exhibition at The Chambers Club, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London Arts Salons originated in Paris in 1735, when France's Louis XV commissioned the first … [Read more...]

Champagne Veuve Clicquot


DOMINIQUE DEMARVILLE - CHAMPAGNE VEUVE CLICQUOT Champagne Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin is one of the greatest success stories of the French industrial revolution. Founded by the intermarriage of two middle-class families with a background in textiles … [Read more...]

Mother’s Day Master Class at Brasserie Ananas

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Mothers Day Meet The Dames of Champagne Discover the inspiring stories of the women behind the bubbles at this special Mothers Day "Meet The Dames of Champagne" champagne and canapé class hosted by 2012 Champagne Educator of the Year and real-life … [Read more...]

The Great Gatsby & The Champagne of Cinema


 "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody" - Champagne & the Roaring Twenties Widely regarded as one of the greatest American novels which has captivated readers ever since it was first published in 1925, Fitzgerald's torrid tale of tragic love set … [Read more...]

From Escargots – Eclairs at Brasserie Ananas, Sydney

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Bienvenue a Brasserie Ananas! First discovered in the Indies in 1493 by Columbus (who presented it to the Spanish Royal Court back in Europe) the rare and exotic pineapple fruit soon became associated with the return of ships from extended voyages. … [Read more...]

The Madame’s Tea with Champagne Veuve Clicquot


From the outside you might construe this is just a Woolahara pub with a misspelt French name, but as soon as you cross the threshold of One Moncur the fabulous line up of champagne labels winking at you from behind the huge illuminated marble top … [Read more...]

Champagne Lanson


Founded in 1760 by Reims magistrate Francois Delamotte, in 1837 one of Champagne's oldest houses changed its name to "Lanson Pere et Fils" after Francois Delamotte's son Nicolas Louis (Knight of the Order of Malta) joined forces with farmer's son and … [Read more...]