Yayoi Kusama for Veuve Clicquot

Yayoi Kusama for Veuve Clicquot

The iconic Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama, has teamed up with one of the best Champagne Houses to send the whole world a cheerful message with a unique, joyful and colorful creation specifically made for Veuve Clicquot. Read more

Champagne Ennui – How To Ring In The New Year Glamorously.

champagne-ennui

There’s an art to sipping champagne that these screen sirens have perfected. You must look glamorous, but bored. Elegant but blasé. As if you started every day in a gown with a glass of bubbly. We call it Champagne Ennui and here’s how it’s done. Read more

Throwin’ It Back, Hollywood Style. Champagne Gifs from the Movies for New Year’s Eve.

Vintage Hollywood Champagne gifs

New Year’s Eve. Resolutions, top hats, tiaras, Auld Lang Syne, noisemakers and, of course, Champagne. It’s hard to imagine ringing in the New Year without a glass of bubbly. The sippy, sexy beverage has had plenty of screen time over the decades. From the pop of the cork to the downing of the glass, Champagne and its effects have been represented in movies as far back as silent films. Read more

Ring In The New Year With These Cannabis Champagnes

Several companies have decided to replace the buzz in bubbly, producing cannabis-infused champagnes and sparkling beverages as an alternative to your favorite alcohol-infused Champagne, Sparkling Wine, Prosecco, and Cava. Read more

James Jean Designs Champagne Bottles for The Grateful Palate.

Quite possibly some of the prettiest label and bottle designs are those of The Grateful Palate’s. Their recent Champagnes, NV Good Lord Blanc de Blancs and NV Bless Your Heart Rosé, are created with original artwork, label and box designs by James Jean. And they may just be the prettiest bottles of Champagne we’ve seen in awhile. Read more

Ten Essential Items For The Bubbly Booze Enthusiast.

Earlier today I posted, and in doing so learned, all about the rise in popularity and sales of Champagnes, Sparkling Wines and Sparkling Cocktails. This led me to realize that a penchant for good bubbly, like any other hedonistic passion, must be accompanied by the proper paraphernalia. Read more

Millennials Change The Market With Their Love for Bubbly Booze.

When it comes to U.S. Millennials and alcohol it’s not just craft beer and artisanal small batch spirits, they seem to be sucking up all things bubbly as well. Sales of Champagne, Prosecco, Moscato, Sparkling wines (Rosé in particular) continued to rise this past year, outpacing non-bubbly wine largely due to the generation’s consumer mindset and buying habits¹. Read more

Tokujin Yoshioka Creates Prism for Dom Pérignon

dom perignon Prism

Each year Champagne house Moët & Chandon invites an artist to collaborate on a limited edition art piece inspired by their Dom Pérignon vintage champagne. We’ve shared with you some of these from the past such as the one by Iris Herpen and the one by Jeff Koons. This year Japanese glass artist Tokujin Yoshioka has created Prism. Read more