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Would you like some champagne and caviar to go with your Rolls-Royce?
Peter Rusinak, a wine specialist at Christie's Auction House, says there are 3 types of wine everyone should have in their wine cellar: Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Champagne.
Forget the hotel bar: Champagne vending machines are making their way into hotel lobbies, and people are paying as much as $25 per mini-bottle for the...
Hotels are expanding the way their guests are served drinks — and that includes Champagne vending machines in hotel lobbies.
Billionaire yacht owners are desperately seeking advice to protect their priceless art from flying champagne corks and corn-flake stains
There are super yachts with "better collections than some national museums." Pandora Mather-Lees helps the rich keep art safe at sea for a €295 a day.
Here are the best bottles of champagne and sparkling wine you can buy online at every price point.
An iconic NYC hotel is throwing an extravagant black-tie New Year’s Eve masquerade ball complete with aerialists and an open bar, and tickets st...
The lavish New Year's Eve Party at NYC's iconic Plaza Hotel will include aerialists, decadent desserts, live music, and plenty of Champagne.
You’re probably opening Champagne the wrong way — and serving it in the wrong glass. Here’s what you should be doing instead, a...
Here's the best way to open a Champagne bottle and what kind of glass to serve Champagne in, according to an expert.
Inside one of Singapore’s most exclusive parties, where celebrities and billionaires pay up to $35,000 for the ultimate party experience for a s...
The Singapore Grand Prix attracts billionaires and celebrities from all over the world not just for its motor race, but for its extravagant parties. The wildest of them all is at Amber Lounge, a pop-up club where you'll need to spend $10,000 for a table and $35,000 for an ultimate weekend package.
"In almost all cases there are suitable, and often excellent, alternatives to EU products available elsewhere," he said in a shareholder update.
A wine expert says you shouldn’t drink Champagne from a traditional flute — here’s the glass you should use instead
The best glass for Champagne has a wider middle and narrow top.