Frequently Asked Questions
How to store your champagne?
Before commercializing our champagne, a minimum aging period of 15 months is mandatory and necessary. The aging process has already taken place. Don’t worry, you can still store your bottles for several years. To ensure optimal storage, we recommend storing them horizontally in a cool place, at a constant temperature between 10°C and 15 °C, away from light, especially for transparent bottles, and in a humid room. Before storage, avoid sudden temperature changes that could affect the quality of the champagne.
What is the serving temperature of champagne?
To preserve the finesse and elegance of champagne, it should be enjoyed fresh but not overly cold. The ideal serving temperature is between 8°C and 10°C. We suggest placing your bottle in the refrigerator several hours before serving. If you are short on time, you can put the bottle in a bucket half-filled with water and ice, approximately 30 minutes before serving. Avoid putting your bottles in the freezer as it can affect the quality of the champagne.
Which glass to use for tasting champagne?
To allow the bubbles to fully develop and the aromas of champagne to express themselves perfectly, we recommend using tall, tulip-shaped flutes.
How to serve and taste champagne?
After opening the bottle, it is recommended to serve champagne in two stages. Fill the flute about two-thirds full. Start by appreciating its sound and visual qualities. Then, move on to its aromatic qualities for tasting it. Cheers!