All posts tagged: Brut

Champagne is forever

Deep inside the champagne houses, there’s more than endless cold, damp tunnels suitable for aging the beverage. Every 2 years at Millésima, some 1,000 visitors discover the house’s long history in a orchestrated tasting, an opportunity to discover the nuances between the different cuvées and the different maisons, all in one place. This year the « Panorama Champagne » will take place in Bordeaux at the Matmut Atlantique Stadium on the 7th of November, from 6 to 10pm, where 24 maisons will present more than 90 cuvées. Let’s focus on two of them. Tickets avalable here : event.millesima.fr (your promo code at the end of this post) Laurent Perrier : The shadow of a great man still looms over the house of Laurent-Perrier in Tours-sur-Marne. Bernard de Nonancourt, an early member of the French Resistance, set out to revive a house that was in ruins following World War II, turning it into the fourth-ranking champagne group—Salon and Delamotte included—thanks to his innovations and the timeless quality of his wines. He was the first to market a non-vintage rosé brut (1968) …