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Tiny bubbles… ?? It captures the delicate scent of this bubbly white wine, with a hint of fruit, and maybe a bit more sweetness than Brut implies. Brut refers to the extremely dry quality of the wine, which means that the wine lacks residual sugar, or sweetness. Champagne, France, is home to the bottle beverage enjoyed by many on New Year’s Eve. A monk, Dom Perignon, first made Champagne in 1688. He was appointed treasurer at the Abby of Hautcillers to develop the areas wine industry and part of his duties included managing the wine making and cellars.??Perignon made a beverage with bubbles that would explode in storage. The bubbles in the champagne and sparkling wine develop during the fermentation process. This was not the outcome Perignon had wanted to achieve. He wanted to prevent the bubbles and make a wine more pleasing to the courts. However, after people tasted the fizzy beverage, they started to demand it and the drink became the rage in Europe. You’ll notice the champagne is bottled in thicker glass than wine, for instance, and that the corks are thicker, too. Perignon used thicker bottles and cork stoppers to prevent the bottles from exploding during the fermentation process.

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Please note that our cologne bottles are not boxed. We always aim to minimise our environmental impact and keep the price of our products as low as possible for our customers, without compromising on the quality of fragrance. Online purchases arrive safely parcelled with bottles shipped in plain white boxes.


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