There are few gifts as widely admired and universally welcome as a bottle of fine spirits. Barring teetotalers and recovering alcoholics, you’re assured of a warm reception and profuse thanks from whoever’s on the receiving end of your baller-worthy liquid largesse.
The new look for the spirit, Napoleon’s favorite brandy, “pays homage to the brand’s rich 200 year legacy of craftsmanship and innovation” and include a visual interpretation of the Eiffel Tower where, Courvoisier was famously served at the monument’s opening celebration in 1889.
Champagne is really hard to make. There are rules and regulations and specific grapes and soil requirements and is completely region specific and more that goes into each bottle that it’s impressive that even one bottle gets popped. In this video from the Science Channel, we get to see how Bollinger makes its champagne. It marries the old fashioned methods formed over hundreds of years of bubbly creation with impressive modern machinery. Delicious!