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This Summer's Latest Trend Comes to You!

Just when we thought we knew all the rules to drinking Champagne, French producers pulled a switch-a-roo. No longer a faux pas, drinking Champagne on ice is the new thing! You heard that right. 

Inspired by jet-setters in the south of France, who have always added ice to their Champagne (the drink is called a piscine — or pool), brands like Moët, Veuve Clicquot and Pommery designed Champagnes specifically to be consumed over ice.

While inspired by the South of France, this awesome drink is really made for your social gatherings (social distancing approved). Most millennials, myself included, prefer a more casual vibe always. This new trend gives us the freedom to break the rules, which of course we LOVE! 

So if you're like us, which we know you are, you’re dying to try these beauties out! Just so happens it’s the trend for our September box. So if you aren’t already a Sipper, now is the time to join! Click here and get ready to be a part of the society and be in the know of all the latest champagne trends like this!


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