Introduced to the Court of Russia during the reign of the Empress Anne Ivanovna, Champagne quickly became the guest of honor for all banquets, especially at the table of Catherine II and the greatest nobles of the Empire.
The Matriochka by Tsarine
This period inspired the creation of Champagne Tsarine: its exclusive bottle with slender curves is reminiscent of the architecture of the great Russian monuments. Its emblematic colors, its rounded label and evocative name are all tributes to the days of the great dynasties. This year, Tsarine proposes a new version of its mythical Matriochka. This “bottle-holder” doll actually hides the Premium Brut vintage and comes in half bottle, bottle and magnum: a champagne version of the Russian doll.