The art of sabrage, also known as sabering, is the act of opening a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine using a saber, a sword with a curved blade.
2021 Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic The luxury Swiss watchmaker Hublot and the legendary champagne house Veuve Clicquot once again teamed
James Bond's champagne of choice for the last four decades is Bollinger, so it's only natural for them to collaborate with his bubbly of choice. The Maison is producing a limited edition of their Special Cuvée to commemorate the partnership and the publication of No Time to Die.
Sabrage is the celebratory technique of opening a bottle with a sabre, where the blade travels up the neck of the bottle to swiftly break it away at the cork
In his song, “Young Forever,” Jay Z envisions a life where “you never get old and the Champagne’s always cold.” He may not be able to do much about aging yet...
You know those house parties you see on Snapchat and Instagram, where the guests are blasted in the face with a squirt gun; cheering and yelling with glee?
Over the last three years Chandon has put out patriotic themed bottles for summer with their American Summer Limited Edition bottles. To continue this tradition and make their 2015 limited edition bottle stand out from its previous years, Chandon decided to go with the color pink.
Add one part MUMM House of Champagne, one internationally acclaimed DJ David Guetta, and two screens, you get the world's first double screen music video.
The Methuselah Leopard Luxury Edition by Moët & Chandon isn't just about good taste, its looking to turn heads with its six-liter bottle coated in 22-carat gold leaf and camouflaged with a leopard skin.