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Veuve Clicquot: A History of Innovation

veuve clicquot house

The oldest champagne house, founded in 1584 in Ay. Founded in 1772, Veuve Clicquot is an emblem of the Champagne region and the development of its world famous fine wines. A family business, Veuve Clicquot began with land in Bouzy owned and tended by Philippe Clicquot. The tradition he started quickly grew into a revolutionary new business, which was carried ... Read More »

Champagne Taittinger

The Dynasty of Taittinger Pierre Taittinger, the founding member of Champagne Taittinger, first encountered and fell in love with the region of Champagne as a young officer during the First World War. After the war, his passion for wine and gastronomy drew him back to the region where he, along with his brother-in-law, plunged into the world of Champagne. In ... Read More »

Drappier Champagne Tasting

Drappier Champagne

Tasting at Millesima NYC! Tastings every Thursday Read More »

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