Orders placed after 2 a.m. will be processed the following business day. Once your order has been processed the delivery dates are as follows, depending on your service:
Expect delivery by
(if ordered today)
|Standard||8-10 business days||4/3|
|Priority||6 business days||3/30|
|Expedited||4 business days||3/28|
Priority & Expedited shipments are covered by our on-time delivery money back guarantee. If the courier's first attempt to deliver your order is after the guaranteed delivery by date, we will gladly refund your shipping costs. Some exclusions apply. Please see our Returns & Guarantee page for more information.
All alcohol shipments require an adult signature (21 or older) upon delivery. For more information, check out our shipping policies.
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Champagne was invented by the famed Benedictine monk Dom Pérignon, in 1668. Champagne is exclusively produced in the Champagne wine region of France under the strict rules of the appellation that demand specific vineyard practices, production methods, and sourcing of grapes exclusively from designated places within the Champagne region. Champagne is derived exclusively from varietals such as Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay. Specific grape-pressing methods and secondary fermentation of the wine in the bottle to cause carbonation to occur, resulting in the wine's medium sized bubbles. Champagne is a painful labor of love, requiring patience and multiple steps. Wineries and negociant houses (Such as Roederer or Moet Hennssey) are permitted to also use Pinot Blanc, Arbne, and Petit Meslier in the vinification process, however these varietals are typically used in very tiny amounts, if used at all.
Champagne is well associated with royalty dating back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. For example in 1876, Louis Roederer was contacted by the Czar Alexander II, who's choice of wine at the Imperial Palace was no other than Cristal, produced by the legendary winemakers at Roederer. Royalty, world-figures and celebrities commonly associate champagne with celebration of life's best events., thus creating the universal celebratory theme of popping champagne for special occasions
Today Champagne is synonymous with celebrations: birthdays, weddings, holidays, and graduations. Add in a personalized label or engrave a champagne bottle and you have a recipe for a memorable time. We offer a variety of customizable champagne and sparkling wine bottles to meet everyone's tastes and budgets.