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Now you can order your bubbly at the press of a button.
Champagne fanatics, prepare yourselves for perhaps the greatest innovation in the world of bubbly: a Champagne vending machine has landed in NYC.This genius invention is the only one of its kind in New York. Filled with Moët & Chandon bottles of bubbly, ...
 
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All the bubbly you should pop, from date night to your big day.
There's no bad time of the year to sip champagne, just like there's no bad time of the year to celebrate, but with prime champagne drinking season upon us, some tipplers can feel overwhelmed by the plethora of options. Whether you're looking for ...
 
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You know the names of these trailblazers—Clicquot, Pommery, Bollinger—but did you know it was their shrewd marketing and technological innovation that made champagne world famous?
The 17th-century Benedictine monk Dom Perignon may get the credit for developing the methode champenoise, but when it comes to creating the iconic sparkling wines that fill our flutes, we owe the lion's share of our thanks to the ladies.Beginning in the early 19th century ...
 
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The straw-colored drink earned the patronage of French king Louis XIV.
From birthdays to anniversaries, bottles of champagne have become the non-negotiable drink of choice when marking a celebration. But what makes this bubbly beverage worth its place on the table? We take a closer look at the heritage of Dom Pérignon, the ...
 
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One man on why Champagne is the ultimate symbol of luxury.
After boarding a flight—especially a very long one— and storing the hand-carry in the overhead bin, settling in my seat with book and magazines tucked neatly to the left and right of me, my seat belt “securely fastened,” and after a final ...
 
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Raise a glass to decoding the mysteries of your favorite sparkling wine.
There's no drink more synonymous with the word "celebration" than brut champagne: No wedding is complete without a first toast, a romantic dinner just wouldn't be the same without a glass of bubbly, and what else could you possibly ring in the ...
 
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All the bubbly you should pop before (and after) the ball drops.
There's no bad time of the year to sip champagne, just like there's no bad time of the year to celebrate, but with prime champagne drinking season upon us, some tipplers can feel overwhelmed at the plethora of options. Whether you're looking for the ...
 
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Choose one of these bottles and take the brunch sipper to the next level.
Legend has it that the mimosa was created at the Ritz Paris in 1925. Equal parts orange juice and champagne (or any type of sparkling wine), the result is the quintessential brunch cocktail. Not sure how to pick the perfect pairing for your Sunday ...
 
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From champagne-flavored gummy bears to a kit for making your own sparkling wine, these will please any champagne fanatic.
There are people who enjoy a good glass of bubbly, and then there are the true champagne fans: The aficionados whose love for all things sparkling transcends the champagne flute and becomes a lifestyle. For the person on your list who's living their ...
 
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Here are a few bottles of bubbly for the non-imbibers.
Planning a party doesn't always equate to having unlimited supply of booze. To accommodate friends and guests who want to stay sober, there's a way to celebrate without alcohol. You can try serving soda, fresh juices, or alcohol-free cocktails. But aside from ...
 
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It's sunshine and sunsets on ice.
Vibrant and fruity with a clean crisp finish, the new Möet Ice Imperial Rosé, from the historic Champagne house Möet et Chandon, is a welcome addition to the brand's unique range of trendsetting sparkling wines. Similar to its predecessor, Möet Ice Impérial, ...
 
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From Moët & Chandon to Billecart-Salmon, here's how to decipher your champagne preferences.
Champagne has to come from its namesake region in France, but despite its geographic requirement the differences in taste profiles can be immense. And the house you prefer can say a lot about your personality.Town & Country turned to Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, the fourth woman ...
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