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Champagne PIPER-HEIDSIECK

1785 – WHAT A HISTORY!
BEHIND THE RED OF THE LABEL, THE GOLD OF A GREAT WINE AND OF AN EXCITING HISTORY THAT BEGAN IN THE 18TH CENTURY.
EXCELLENCE – SUCH WINES!
“TO MAKE JOYFUL WINES WITH GREAT SERIOUSNESS", "TO MAKE A CUVéE WORTHY OF A QUEEN"... TODAY, THE PIPER-HEIDSIECK MAISON REMAINS TRUE TO THESE AMBITIOUS PROMISES PRONOUNCED BY FLORENS-LOUIS IN 1785. TO MEET THIS DEMAND FOR EXCELLENCE, IT IS NOW RéGIS CAMUS, EIGHT TIMES WINNER OF SPARKLING WINEMAKER OF THE YEAR, WHO ORCHESTRATES ALL THE EXPERTISE OF THIS TWO HUNDRED YEARS OLD MAISON.
CHAMPAGNES – AN OUTSTANDING COLLECTION!
LIKE A SUBLIME VIEW, COLOURED WITH EXCELLENCE, PIPER-HEIDSIECK WINES EMIT A RANGE OF FLAVOURS AND COLOURS TO DELIGHT ALL THE SENSES. BRUT, CUVéE SUBLIME, ROSé SAUVAGE, VINTAGE BRUT, PIPER-HEIDSIECK RARE… BOTH UNIQUE AND DIVERSE, THIS IS A COLLECTION WHICH UNVEILS ALL THE BOLD FACETS OF AN EXCEPTIONAL CHAMPAGNE.
INSPIRATION – BE BOLD!
JEWELLERY, FASHION, ARCHITECTURE, CINEMA… CLASSICISTS OR AVANT-GARDISTS, BUT ALWAYS ON-TREND, THESE NUMEROUS COLLABORATIONS WITH RENOWNED CREATORS ARE MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF A BRAND AS ELEGANT AS IT IS EFFERVESCENT.

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CONTACT

MAISON PIPER-HEIDSIECK
12, Allée du Vignoble 
51100 REIMS 
Tel : +33 (0) 3 26 84 43 00
Fax : +33 (0) 3 26 84 43 49
contact.piperheidsieck@champagnes-ph-ch.com

OUR DISTRIBUTORS

FRANCE
LIXIR
44, Avenue du Général Glarner
93585 ST OUEN
Tel : +33 (0) 1 49 45 49 20
contactrh@lixir.fr

 

UNITED KINGDOM
WILLIAM GRANT & SONS UK
17, Bartley Wood Business Park
Barley Way
HOOK RG27 9XA
Tel : 01256 748100
enquiries@firstdrinks.co.uk

 

USA
REMY COINTREAU USA, Inc
1290, Avenue of the Americas – 10th Floor
NEW-YORK 10104 NY
Tel : 212 424 2240
Fax : 646 312 8026
charlotte.raux@remyusa.com

 

BELGIUM
REMY COINTREAU BELGIUM
Park Lane Culliganlaan 2F
DIAGEM 1831
Tel : 02 715 20 60
Fax : 02 721 56 50

THE NETHERLANDS
MAXXIUM NEDERLAND B.V.
De Cuserstraat 89
AMSTERDAM 1081
Tel : 020 5806 806
Fax : +31 20 6811051
fenneke.ketting@maxxium.nl

 

GERMANY
EGGERS & FRANKE
Konsul-Smidt, Str. 8J
BREMEN 28217
Tel : + 49 (0) 421 30 53 -0
Fax : +49 (0)421 3053-110

 

ITALIA
FRATELLI BRANCA DISTILLERIE
Via Resegone 2
20159 MILANO, ITALIA
Tel : +39 02 85131
Fax : +39 02 8513269
nfo@branca.it

 

JAPAN
RC JAPAN K.K.
Nisso23 Bld. T3 Gates 11/F 3-8-25 Toranomon
Minato-Ku
TOKYO 105-0001
Tel : (81) 3 6459 0690
Fax : (81) 3 6459 0697

AUSTRALIA

 

COLES LIQUOR
Grocery Holdings Pty Ltd
L3 M3/800 Toorak Road,
HAWTHORN EAST
VIC 3123

 

VINTAGE CELLARS
Vintage Cellars, P.O. Box 13329
MELBOURNE VIC 8010
Tel : 1300 366 084
Fax : 1300 662 224
customerservice@vintagecellars.com.au

 

FIRST CHOICE LIQUOR
First Choice Liquor Customer Service, PO Box 13329
MELBOURNE, Vic, 8010
Tel : 1300 30 88 33
Fax : 1300 66 22 24
customerservice@firstchoiceliquor.com.au

 

LIQUORLAND
Liquorland, PO Box 13329
MELBOURNE, Vic, 8010
Tel : 1300 300 640
Fax : 1300 662 224
customerservice@liquorland.com.au

Florens-Louis Heidsieck, the daring founder

It all began with Florens-Louis Heidsieck. Born in Westphalia in 1749, this son of a Protestant minister started out as a draper in Reims where he fell in love with a girl from Champagne… and with the wine from Champagne. He was a self-educated man, overcome with the incredible ambition “to make a cuvée worthy of a queen”. In 1785 he founded the Cloth and Wine Trading Company Heidsieck & Co. He straightaway made his name with a distinctive champagne, whose reputation quickly spread beyond the local region and won favour at court.

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Henri-Guillaume Piper, the passionate promoter

On the death of Florens-Louis Heidsieck in 1828, Christian Heidsieck, his nephew and Henri-Guillaume Piper, a talented man with tremendous business acumen joined forces. From Hapsburg princes to Chinese emperors, 14 royal and imperial courts granted him the distinction of becoming their “authorised supplier”. High society around the world coveted “the Piper by Heidsieck”. In 1835, Christian Heidsieck suddenly died and, in 1838, his wife remarried Henri-Guillaume Piper. And thus the PIPER-HEIDSIECK brand was born.

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Henri-Guillaume Piper (1802-1870)
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Extraordinary resilience

Upon the death of Henri-Guillaume in 1870, Jacques-Charles Théodore Kunkelmann, a partner since 1851, took over the reins at PIPER-HEIDSIECK. In 1892, his son, Ferdinand-Théodore, succeeded him. His daughter Yolande married the Marquis Jean de Suarez d’Aulan in 1926. A pioneering aviator, this amazing man came onto the scene and promoted the Maison all around the world from behind the controls of his own aircraft. During the Second World War, this tireless and courageous man of action agreed to hide weapons, in his cellars for use by the Champagne Resistance. And the eve of his arrest by the Gestapo, he escaped to North Africa where he became a fighter pilot for the famous Lafayette Escadrille Squadron and died in combat in 1944. The PIPER-HEIDSIECK Maison was placed under sequestration by the occupying forces. After the liberation of France, the Maison would almost certainly have collapsed, if it had not been brilliantly relaunched by his wife Yolande, seconded by General d’Alès, whom she would later marry in 1945.

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A plane from the famous Lafayette Escadrille squadron. The Marquis Jean de Suarez d’Aulan died in combat in 1944.
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A Family Affair

François d’Aulan the eldest son of the Marquis Jean de Suarez d’Aulan and Yolande Kunkelmann, took over the business in 1957 He presided over PIPER-HEIDSIECK Champagnes for thirty-three years. During this time he focused on the development of the company and the preservation of the family heritage. In 1988 he passed on the torch to the Hériard Dubreuil family, who consolidated the international development of the Maison. Then in 2011, the Descours family took over the reins. Christopher Descours, grandson of Jean-Louis Descours, a major figure in the National Council of French Employers, who holds the future of this great Maison in his hands. What a history!

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A precious balance

The beautiful region of Champagne does indeed produce the most discerning and delicate sparkling wines in the world. However, making wine here, on the northern limit for vine growing, is an extremely daring undertaking. Of course, the PIPER-HIEDSIECK Maison owns precious wine-growing land from the Montagne de Reims to the Côte des Bar. However, the majority of the hundred growths used for the blending of its signature cuvée, a full bodied wine, come from growths carefully chosen from those most representative of the diversity grown in Champagne. From amongst the region’s traditional grape varieties, a privileged place is given to Pinot Noir (55 to 60%). It gives structure to the composition. Chardonnay grapes (10 to 15%) add elegant nuances. Pinot Meunier (15 to 20%) expands the blend with its fruitiness. The precious reserve wines (10 to 15%) correct any vagaries of nature. They balance out the current harvest wines and perpetuate the signature of PIPER-HEIDSIECK’s non-vintage Brut. The result is a delight for the senses. On the eye, there is an explosion of fine bubbles and golden glints as if the wine contained all the shades of the Champagne sky. The nose reveals subtle springtime aromas of citrus, apple and pear. In the mouth, the wine is forthright, structured and fruity.

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Exceptional expertise

The harvested growths are vinified separately with due patience and care: variety by variety, growth by growth, in order to respect the typicity of their origins. The more nature is allowed to do its work, the less need there is for the wines to be filtered, centrifuged or racked and the better they will be. PIPER-HIEDSIECK has practised this gentle, almost loving method of winemaking for more than ten years. It is its hallmark and a guarantee of unfailing excellence.  In order to preserve this quintessence, everything which touches the wine and which the wine touches is strictly controlled and monitored. Once a new piece of equipment or a new technique is proven to contribute to this quality, it is incorporated into the creation process. Dating from 1995, the magnificent winery is without doubt the best example of this. And finally, its coveted treasure, the reserve wines, is placed into secure cellars, which are kept at a strictly controlled temperature.

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One vat for each wine is the best way to provide an extensive palette of nuances when the magical moment of blending arrives and to ensure that only growths meeting the Maison’s requirements are selected.

Régis Camus,
eight times winner of best winemaker

In 2013, for the fourteenth time, Maison PIPER-HEIDSIECK’s Cellar Master was crowned Sparkling Winemaker of the year by the International Wine Challenge. It is the eighth title for Régis Camus. Daniel Thibault, his predecessor, had won six awards. 

 

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Régis Camus, crowned 8 times “Sparkling Winemaker of the year” by the IWC.

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Régis Camus, winemaker

“Like a schoolboy, for me the year begins in September, with the harvests. 

We harvest and press the grapes and carefully make them into wine. From the end of October, we begin the first tastings of the clear wines.  This stage allows the team of oenologists to get into the right mind-set for the year ahead.  In December, the wines are allowed to rest and then from January, we begin tasting them again. If the wine is full enough, if the year is good, we can anticipate making a vintage. The wine then has to be bottled, as well as not forgetting to build up our collection of reserve wines. These allow us to enrich our library: some of the wines in there are 30 years old, all different, all unique. I know it by heart, I dream of it at night. Champagne definitely embodies conviviality, sophistication, extravagance… But a PIPER-HEIDSIECK champagne is also a great wine to be enjoyed in its own right. With the cuvée Brut, the Maison’s signature and a bond of trust with champagne lovers, you are certain of ready-made luxury. With other cuvées, you can taste something more precise, a more golden colour perhaps, more candied citrus notes, or more toasted hints. With PIPER-HEIDSIECK Rare, our Prestige Cuvée or certain vintages, you then move into the world of haute couture and “handmade” wine.”

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Cuvée BRUT

PIPER-HEIDSIECK Cuvée Brut is a classic, structured, full-bodied and bursting with fruit Champagne. The blend is composed of a majority of Pinots Noirs, incorporating more than 100 crus from around the Champagne region and Pinots Meuniers from the Grande et Petite Montagne de Reims region.

On the eye
A clear, golden Champagne robe par excellence. Delicate and fine bubbles resulting from an extended maturation time.

On the nose
Fresh fruit dominates, with pear and russet apple, and a few hints of citrus fruits such as star fruit. The finish evokes fresh grapes, livened with hints of freshness and aniseed.

On the palate
A structured, full-bodied and franc wine. A juicy, fleshy pear and golden grape texture. The finish narrows to citrus and grapefruit flavours. A wine with great fruit, a good mouthfeel and a harmonious balance.

Awards & Honors

90/100
HUON HOOKE 2013

16.5/20
WORLD OF FINE WINES 2012

93/100
WINE SPECTATOR 2012

90/100
#3 NON VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE
FINE CHAMPAGNE MAGAZINE 2012

15.5/20
BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE 2012

GOLD MEDAL
JAPAN WINE CHALLENGE 2012

CHAMPAGNE OF THE YEAR TROPHY
HONG KONG WINE CHALLENGE 2011

GOLD MEDAL
MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES 2011

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Cuvée Sublime

A great classic Champagne – structured, full-bodied and bursting with fruit. The blend of the classic PIPER-HEIDSIECK Cuvée Brut, with a maturation period extended by a year and with a generous dosage. A great demi-sec Champagne, a blend of a majority created of Pinots Noirs, over 100 crus and Pinot Meuniers from the Grande and Petite Montagne de Reims.  

On the eye
Antique, bronze gold. Delicate, nonchalant bubbles.

On the nose
The fruit is ripe, juicy and melts into pastry-like flavours, such as caramel, vanilla and dark rum: roasted pineapple, vanilla pear and flambéed banana.

On the palate
A lively attack on candied citrus fruits and roasted pineapple. A duality which balances itself between smoothness and juiciness – cinnamon and vanilla-roasted pear. A structured, full-bodied, melt-in-the-mouth wine.

Awards & Honors

GOLD MEDAL
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2013

GOLD MEDAL
DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2013

GOLD MEDAL
MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES 2012

15/20
BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE 2012

GOLD MEDAL
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2011

GOLD MEDAL
DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2011

GOLD MEDAL
INTERNATIONAL WINE AND
SPIRIT COMPETITION 2011

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Rosé Sauvage

A blended Rosé added to the great PIPER-HEIDSIECK Cuvée Brut classic blend is a generous champagne. A great, not so classic, structured, full-bodied Champagne, with more than just a hint of red fruits and elaborated with a majority of Pinots Noirs, wines from over 100 crus, and Pinots Meuniers from the Grande et Petite Montagne de Reims. 

On the eye
A flamboyant, scarlet red robe – a recognisable signature. Delicate and lively effervescence. 

On the nose
A rich and expressive red fruit nose – blackcurrant, blackberry, cherry and Gariguette strawberry, freshened with citrus, mandarin and blood orange. A finish lifted with paprika and saffron.

On the palate
A brisk, original and juicy wine which simultaneously offers black cherry, blackberry, pink grapefruit and blood orange notes. This structure and fruitiness is enriched with warm, spicy notes of Espelette pepper, tea and liquorice.

Awards & Honors

93/100
WINE SPECTATOR 2012

15.5/20
BETTANE ET DESSEAUVE 2012

GOLD MEDAL
MUNDUS VINI 2011

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2006 Vintage Brut

From a contrasted year comes an unexpectedly elegantly charming wine. A year that first of all was marked by highly contrasted weather: after a heat wave in July, August witnessed violent storms of rain and hail. A year that offered a contrasted expression of the grapes: the Pinots Noirs were exceptionally intense and impetuous while the Chardonnay was ready for a long maturation. A year that obliged the winemakers to adapt: reducing the proportion of Pinot Noir compared to past years, thus reaching parity between Pinot and Chardonnay to moderate the Pinot Noir’s intensity. A year that asked for patience: the 17 crus that were selected to build the vintage (9 Grands Crus, 7 Premiers Crus – 8 Pinots Noirs, 9 Chardonnays) patiently waited 6 years in the House’s cellars to reach the perfect balance, and express the wine’s elegance and charm.

On the eye
A pale, crystal-clear yellow, to which the higher proportion of chardonnay brings glints of green. A light, airy effervescence. 

On the nose
Aromas of dried apricots, notes of little red and black berries (raspberry, blackberry) and a hint of spices. Intense and enticing. An ample and generous harmony.

On the palate
A particularly dense and structured wine, whose generous structure is plush with candied orange peel, highlighted with a touch of smoked tea and toasted almonds. An incredibly long finish and the freshness of the Chardonnays tame the Pinots Noirs’ vigor. Balanced and elegantly charming.

Awards & Honors

GOLD MEDAL
MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES 2013

95/100
HUON HOOKE 2013

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PIPER-HEIDSIECK Rare Millésime 2002

A prestigious, classical prestige cuvee from 2002 vintage – structured, full-bodied and bursting with fruit. Elaborated with a majority of Chardonnays from the Montagne de Reims region (70%) and complemented with Pinot Noir (30%) from the same region, this wine is a blend of 17 crus which matured for over seven years in the House’s cellars. A 2002 vintage synonymous with richness and generosity.

On the eye
Dazzling, crystal-clear, citrine yellow gold enlivened by a delicate, shimmering effervescence. 

On the nose
The fruit emerges as delicate, golden, muted exotic fruits – mango and kiwifruit – and dried fruit – hazelnut, almond and fig. A touch of iodine enhances this wine’s flawless nose. The mild spices reflect the wine’s depth – white pepper, smoked tea and cocoa.

On the palate
A wine with depth but also honed, precise, in harmony. Voluptuous delicacy with meringue notes. Subtle nuances evoke distant lands – mint tea, lime, kumquat and exotic fruits such as pineapple and candied ginger.

Awards & Honors

GOLD MEDAL
MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES 2013

GOLD MEDAL
DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2013

GOLD MEDAL
INTERNATIONAL WINE AND SPIRIT COMPETITION 2013

97/100
HUON HOOKE 2013

94/100
WINE ENTHUSIAST 2012

SPARKLING WINE TROPHY
HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL WINE
AND SPIRITS COMPETITION 2012

GOLD MEDAL
CHAMPAGNE MASTERS 2012

95/100
WINE SPECTATOR 2012

18/20
BETTANE ET DESSAUVE 2012

97/100
GILBERT ET GAILLARD 2012

GOLD MEDAL
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2012

GOLD MEDAL
DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2012

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PIPER-HEIDSIECK Rare Millésime 1998

On the eye
Sparkling highlights set against a green-gold background with refined, delicate, little bubbles.

On the nose
An initial and extremely elegant touch of sandalwood and cedar gives way to a more generous and hearty bouquet of gingerbread, orange blossom and dried apricot. The lasting aromas are those of meringue, cocoa and liquorice, finishing with a more subtle and complex combination of the underwood, camphor and bergamot orange.  

On the palate
The structure of this wine is delightfully gentle and varied, constantly alternating between firmness and warmth, with creamy notes and the deliciouos aromas of cocoa, greengage plums and mango. The overall impression is that of a timeless wine which marvelously expresses all its richness and complexity. 

Awards & Honors

GOLD MEDAL
VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE TROPHY 2013
(INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE)

CHAMPION SPARKLING
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2012

VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE TROPHY 2012
(INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE)

SPARKLING WINE OF THE YEAR TROPHY 2011
(JAPAN WINE CHALLENGE)

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PIPER-HEIDSIECK Rare Millésime 1988

On the eye
A bright, deep gold hue coupled with an attractive and discreet effervescence.

On the nose
An initial ephemeral aroma of plants, dried fern and humus, followed by a sensuous truffle fragrance and the floral overtones of freesia, lily and peony. Its warm heart is characterised by ripe grain and refreshing notes of eucalyptus, mint and verbena. Its delicate aroma of fruit, white peach and dried apricots is rounded off by the warmest notes of roasted coffee, aged rum and vanilla.

On the palate
An initial attack bursting with flavour. This is a powerful yet elegant and highly stylish wine. The velvety texture of cocoa beans and mocha gives way to more powerful notes of dried fruit, hazelnuts and dried currents. The aroma of plants and herbs, peppered with hints of eucalyptus and sandalwood, combines with the delicious taste of roasted pineapple. A sophisticated complex and warm wine.

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Jewellery and fashion: select affinities

As a pioneer of dialogue with the art world, the PIPER-HEIDSIECK Maison has contributed greatly to enriching the world of champagne. With the aim of expressing the precious character of its wines, it seeks to adorn its bottles with sumptuous finery. What could be better than jewellery to express the raw gold inside? In 1885, to celebrate one century of its existence, Jacques-Charles Kunkelmann commissioned Pierre-Karl Fabergé, jeweler to Alexander III, Tsar of Russia, to design a bottle in diamonds, gold and lapis-lazuli. One hundred years later, the PIPER-HEIDSIECK Maison celebrated its bicentenary with a new creation: a bottle set with diamonds and gold by Van Cleef & Arpels, inspired by the original Fabergé design. It was valued at over one million francs at the time and travelled all over the world handcuffed to armed officers! The encounter with creativity continues via fruitful collaborations. The most daring creators are invited to shake up the established order, with always the same demand for prestige.  

In 2012, in tribute to its exceptional history, Rare was wrapped in a 64g 18-carat gold tiara created by Arthus-Bertrand. The bottle set with its tiara was sublimated in a glass display thus revealing an exceptional giftbox. Only 10 such pieces were produced for the world. This jewellery masterpiece elegantly draped a magnum of the Rare Vintage 1998 and was showcased for the 160th anniversary of the first department store in the world – Le Bon Marché, in Paris. 

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PIPER-HEIDSIECK celebrates its bicentennial with a bottle set with diamonds and gold, created by Van Cleef & Arpels.
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Technicality & Sensuality

In 2008, PIPER-HEIDSIECK gambled on Jacques Ferrier to design its new headquarters. The Parisian architect went on to construct the famous French pavilion at the 2010 World Exhibition in Shanghai. With its reflection of the sky through a pixelated mesh hinting at fizzy bubbles, in homage to the technicality of this profession of excellence, these two great creators each played their part with respect for that of the other, in order to create one of the most contemporary buildings of the Champagne wine-growing region. 

“Through the PIPER-HEIDSIECK headquarters, I was able to combine a cutting-edge, programmatic approach with a joy that was in harmony with the champagne world, as if technology had given way to sensuality.” 

Jacques Ferrier

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A stamp of contemporary elegance

In 1999, Jean-Paul Gaultier made a stir by dressing the bottle in a red vinyl corset, with delicate lace detailing on its curves. Its curvy silhouette, more sensual than ever, became an iconic object of daring luxury, boldly on-trend. The face-to-face with creativity continues at the regular rhythm of inspired collaborations. The most audacious designers are invited to challenge the established order with, always, the same standards of excellence.

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The Red Corset, by Jean-Paul Gaultier. Ode to unbridled sensuality.

Lights. Camera. Action

The PIPER-HEIDSIECK Maison loves the cinema and the cinema loves it back. The Maison began supporting creativity and daring in the cinema at a very early stage. In 1933, a PIPER-HEIDSIECK bottle appeared in Sons of the Desert*, the debut film of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.  In the 1950s, it wasn’t diamonds but the gold of PIPER-HEIDSIECK’s wines which seduced Marilyn Monroe, thus anointing the Maison as the film world’s special champagne. And let us not forget the enormous 48-liter bottle, created in 1964 to be the same height as the British actor Rex Harrison (5ft 10”), to celebrate his victory at the Oscars for My Fair Lady**. 

* Sons of the Desert, 1933, by William A. Seiter with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charley Chase and Mae Busch.

** My Fair Lady, 1964, musical by George Cukor with Audrey Hepburn, Eliza Doolittle and Rex Harrison.

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In 1933, a PIPER-HEIDSIECK bottle appeared in Sons of the Desert*.

Roll’it !

Since 1993, Maison Piper-Heidsieck is the official supplier of the most grandiose film festivals: Cannes Film Festival. To celebrate this unique relationship, Maison Piper-Heidsieck launched a new limited edition on the occasion of the 67th Cannes Film Festival.

 

In tribute to all the movies of the past century, this edition will take up the shade of the mythical film roll.
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