• Charles Heidsieck Rosé Réserve Champagne, new bottle and label

    The two champagne houses of Charles Heidsieck and Piper-Heidsieck have been linked ever since Rémy Martin (now Rémy-Cointreau) acquired Piper-Heidsieck in 1988. Today, they are even more closely intertwined, as is reflected in the modern company name of P&C Heidsieck: while the two still exist as separate brands, they are made in the same facility, utilizing the same sources of grapes. In addition, under Rémy-Cointreau's control they have been made by the same chef de cave—first Daniel Thibault and then Régis Camus, following the former's untimely death in 2002.

    In July of 2011, Rémy-Cointreau
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