Top 5 Champagnes For Romance


Secret Agent of Seduction   Somehow seduction and champagne have always been inexorably linked. Perhaps its down to eighteenth century royal courtesan Madame de Pompadour (favourite mistress to Louis XV). She was the first beauty to spruik … [Read more...]

Uncork Sydney Springtime Celebrations with Taste Champagne!

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  Taste Champagne September 1st not only marks the official start of Spring in the Southern hemisphere, but also Australia's inaugural invitation to "Taste Champagne", an exciting new annual champagne roadshow featuring latest release … [Read more...]

Champagne Shopping Guide Christmas 2013


Did you know we buy more than 10 million bottles of champagne at Christmas? Whilst the majority of champagne purchased at Christmas is for seasonal gifting - hence all the sparkly packaging with value adds like flutes, ice buckets, sabres and even a … [Read more...]

Champagne Day Out at Taste London 10th Anniversary

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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...]

UK Bank Holiday Champagne Tips


Champagne Summer - TOP 3 UNDER 40 (From Cheap to Chic) August Bank Holiday Weekend may officially mark the 'end of summer' here in the UK, but let's not whinge just yet because Blighty has won big on international sport and enjoyed more sunny days … [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...]

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...]

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...]

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...]