Category: Pop Culture

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Champagne’s Grand Slam

  Since the days of the first spruiking Pope (Urbane II) and the holy crusades, historically speaking the Champagne region has been as famous for its celebrity ambassadors as it has been for its...

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Champagne Bodyguard by Piper

Champagne Crocodile Chic Despite their appearance of being slow and un-coordinated out of water, crocodiles are actually the top predators in their environment, with bodies specifically adapted for maximum self protection. Crocodiles have smooth...

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Champagne Chess anyone?

Founded in 1764, Baccarat embodies the great French tradition of  ‘art de vivre’ with its ingenious handcrafted work in crystal.  To commemorate the 170th anniversary of Baccarat’s “Harcourt” collection, designer Philippe Starck was commissioned...

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Champagne on Ice?

Fun, Fresh and Free In May 2011 Moët & Chandon, the champagne industry’s leading pioneer, unveiled yet another product innovation: Ice Impérial – the first champagne designed to be served exclusively over ice in...

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Champagne Sales: Something To Splash

Bubbly Brits In 2007, 39m bottles of champagne were sent to the UK, but shipments then fell by 20% as the financial meltdown took its toll on consumer finances. However in 2010 those bubbly Brits...

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Celebrity Made Champagne

Sparkling Screen Siren Shoots for Moet From Bergman and Bogart to Bond and beyond, Champagne and movie stars has always been a publicity match made in heaven. In 2009 the world’s 7th most powerful...

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Champagne Accessories That Pop

Champagne Chillout For the last five centuries Champagne has been the most talked about but least consumed wine in the world, forever associated with celebrations and perceived in any company as a sign of...