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Champagne de Venoge releases Louis d'Or cuvée

Champagne de Venoge is to release a 1996 cuvée, Louis d'Or, in celebration of its 180 years of making fine wines.

This limited edition of the cuvée Louis XV, comes in a gold clad bottle, and is limited to 1837 bottles.

The cuvée Louis XV, the house’s flagship champagne, is a tribute to the father of champagne. By authorising the sale and transport of the wines from Champagne in bottles in 1728, King Louis XV allowed in-bottle secondary fermentation, thereby creating the effervescence that champagne is known for.

This year, to celebrate its anniversary, the Louis XV has been transformed into the Louis d’Or, bottled in gold created for the occasion. It is composed exclusively of Grand Crus.

This limited edition is offered in a blue and gold case, the colours of King Louis XV and the Maison de Venoge. The Louis d’Or is available at quality wine merchants and at the de Venoge Champagne Bar, “l’Ecurie”.

9 November 2017 - Sam Coyne The Drinks Report, news editor