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Armand de Brignac

Armand de Brignac is a prestige champagne produced by the Cattier Champagne House in Chigny-les-Roses, France. It is a wonderfully complex and full-bodied champagne. It's no secret that rap superstar Jay-Z is one of Armand De Brignac's biggest fans. In 2006, even before it was officially released, Armand De Brignac champagne could be seen in the rapper's videos.


The Bollinger house produces powerful and vinous champagnes, partly vinified in oak barrels. The "Special Cuvée" is one of the best bruts in its category. It is a mature and fleshy champagne, which offers a beautiful freshness and fruity notes. It is also the drink of choice for James Bond. There have been many collaborations between these two icons.


Miraval is first of all an exceptional property, famous for its recording studio where Pink-Floyd recorded the album the Wall. Now owned by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful domains in Provence. And then there are the wines, partly from the Domaine as well as from purchases of musts or wines, and made in association with the Perrin family.

Hennessy Cognac

Hennessy is a Cognac company with its headquarters in Cognac, France. The company was founded in 1765 by Irish military officer Richard Hennessy and is currently the largest producer and exporter of Cognac in the world. Hennessy is part of one of the world's largest conglomerates of luxury brands, LVMH - Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.

Moët and Chandon

Since 1743, when it was founded, Moët & Chandon has passed on, from generation to generation, unparalleled winemaking knowledge and an innovative and pioneering spirit. Claude Moët, its founder, was the first to embody these values, when he made his champagne one of the most prized in Europe. With his grandson, Jean Remy Moët, a pioneer and visionary spirit, Moët & Chandon will become a great international champagne brand. An epic that quickly transformed the family business into a worldwide symbol of success.


Founded in 1952, the Fédération Française du Sport Automobile (FFSA) designs and publishes the sporting and technical regulations that govern motor sport and karting in France. Proactive, the FFSA acquires each year important means to ensure the promotion of motorsport, inside and outside its borders.


Through its member clubs, the FFE's statutory missions include issuing licenses, organizing training and issuing federal diplomas, developing sports regulations and promoting high-level competition in the various equestrian disciplines. The federal history begins in 1921 with the creation of the French Federation of Equestrian Sports. This Federation, heir to the great national equestrian tradition, has provided us with glorious pages and has maintained it at the highest level of the world hierarchy.

Nicolas Feuillatte

Drawing their energy and their greed from a remarkable multiplicity of crus sublimated by the delicate art of blending, Nicolas Feuillatte Champagnes reflect the balance, the finesse and the freshness of this unique land. "If Champagne is an exceptional product, it should not be reserved for exceptional occasions."


Founded in 1836, Pommery produces between five and six million bottles of champagne each year and attracts some 120,000 visitors from all over the world to its magnificent estate located in the heart of the city of Reims. It is possible to visit the champagne cellars, the contemporary art exhibition installed in the caves as well as the Villa Demoiselle, right in front of the Champagne Pommery House in Reims.


Taittinger's vitality and influence are based on the values of those who embody it today. Values inherited from the House's founders. Over four generations, a few men have left their mark on the history, spirit and style of Taittinger and, beyond that, the very image of Champagne. Vision, inspiration, strategy and development: each of them has contributed to the long-term shaping of the family destiny and the reputation of the House.


Joseph Krug created the House of Krug in 1843. He was driven by the belief that the true essence of Champagne is pleasure itself. His dream was to create the best Champagne possible, every year, regardless of the annual climatic variations. He paid close attention to the vineyards and built up a vast library of reserve wines from different years. Since then, six generations of the Krug family have pursued this dream, enriching the vision and knowledge of the founder of the House.

Berger lamps

Berger lamps is a brand of catalytic lamps belonging to Berger Paris House, group emosia. The latter designs, manufactures and markets design perfume objects and home fragrances. In 1898, the Berger lamp was only intended to "purify the ambient air of hospitals" before gradually investing homes. Today, it allows to purify the air by eliminating unwanted odors but also to perfume and decorate the house.

Boërl & Kroff

When French entrepreneurs Patrick Sabaté and Stéphane Sésé became involved in Champagne winemaking in the mid-1990s, they initially saw it as a side project. Champagne Boërl & Kroff makes it a point of honor to preserve and beautify the vineyard throughout the year. The winemaking process uses old traditional techniques such as gravity and slow fermentation to reveal and enhance the purity of the fruit expression.


A symbol of French refinement and art of living, Martell is the oldest of the great cognac houses. Founded by the Englishman Jean Martell in 1715, Martell contributed to the development of the reputation of the Cognac region by rapidly exporting to the United Kingdom and Asia. In 1912, Martell created Cordon Bleu, certainly the most famous reference of the company and established itself as a prestigious cognac. It was served on board the Queen Mary and the Concorde.

Rémy Martin

Rémy Martin is a generous family business where teamwork is a tradition. Since 1724, the unique character of their products is rooted in the combination of their knowledge and their convictions. Proud of its wine heritage, the House draws its identity from the heart of the Cognac region. It is the only major cognac house specialized in the production of Fine Champagne cognac.

Perrier Jouët

In 1811, in Epernay, the union of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adèle Jouët sealed the birth of the Perrier-Jouët trading house. In 1854, Perrier-Jouët produced the first brut champagne in history and was also the first to mention the vintage and the year of harvest on the label. Thanks to its fame, Perrier-Jouët became the official supplier of Queen Victoria, but also of the Court of Napoleon III and the royal families of Sweden and Belgium.

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