Champagne

Pol Roger Champagne: Tradition and Elegance

Champagne Pol Roger

Widely recognized not only for his incredible statesmanship and leadership, Sir Winston Churchill was a professed lover of Champagne. His favorite of which was Pol Roger. Spanning 150 years and 5 generations, the House of Pol Roger dates to 1849; when, to support his family after his father had taken ill and was forced to close his Notary business,  18 ... Read More »

Ayala: An Archetype of Great Champagne

Champagne Ayala

Once holding the Royal Warrants for the courts of both England and Spain, Champagne Ayala is renowned for its elegant and fresh wines. A pioneer in low dosage wines; Edmond de Ayala founded this archetypal house in 1860 in Aÿ. Blessed not only with his family’s sense of ambition but also their dedication to excellence and a taste for adventure, ... Read More »

Champagne Charles Heidsieck: Innate Audacity

Charles Heidsieck

Born in 1822, the son of two great Champagne families, Heidsieck and Henriot, Charles Heidsieck founded his self-named champagne house in 1851, at the age of 29. Much to the shock of the Champagne community, Charles dared to use his first name on his label. This audacity is still reflected today in every bottle.  With intuition, expertise, determination and excellence, Charles Heidsieck created ... Read More »

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