Champagne Day Out at Taste London 10th Anniversary

Welcome to Taste London 10th Anniversary in Regents Park

Famous for constantly whinging about the weather, but also for never letting a few million rain drops or the rare intoxicating heatwave get in the way of having a good time, Londoners religiously congregate every June in Regents Park to sample a … [Read more...]

Champagne’s Dark Revelation #DP2004 London Launch w/ Richard Geoffroy


Chef De Caves Richard Geoffroy reveals Champagne Dom Perignon 2004 in London Affectionately nicknamed 'the monk' by industry peers Richard Geoffroy (Chef de Caves at Champagne Dom Perignon for more than two decades) is certainly following in his … [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...]

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...]

Brisbane’s Royal High Tea w/ Champagne Moet & Chandon


"I am very glad to be back here in Queensland for my 16th visit to Australia," said the Queen when she visited Brisbane and enjoyed High Tea and an overnight stay at 5 star riverside hotel The Stamford Plaza, which had been given this honour after … [Read more...]

Sydney’s Secret Garden with Moet & Chandon

Photographed by Dominic Loneragan.

I've always been a big fan of escapist epicurean experiences. At the end of a hard week there is something quite liberating about stepping out of city mode and straight into the magical wonderland of Mistress Mary Afternoon Tea, courtesy of the … [Read more...]

The Magic of Mad Hatter’s Tea with Champagne Laurent Perrier

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It was Queen Victoria (a very big fan of champagne herself) who first popularised the notion of  "afternoon tea". Back in the nineteenth century the monarch's ladies in waiting would practically starve to death in the eternity that passed between the … [Read more...]

The Perfume of Time – Champagne Lanson with Alain Ducasse


I've been in love with champagne since I was a teenager, but I now realise that aged champagne is wasted on the young. You really need a bit of life experience under your belt to have the emotional capacity to even register let alone embrace the many … [Read more...]

Champagne and Food Matching – World’s Best Chefs & Sommeliers Chez Moet


In September 2012 a handful of journalists from France, Germany, UK, South America and Australia were invited to a very special champagne and food alchemy lunch at the historic Orangerie venue at Moet's Epernay HQ, in order to witness some of the … [Read more...]

New Champagne Lounge to offer Boston High Tea

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  Housed in Boston’s former Federal Reserve Bank building (a national architectural landmark) the final stages of  luxury hotel The Langham’s $6 million plus renovations include a suitably named European-style champagne lounge in the … [Read more...]