Turner, metal spinner, bronzesmith, chiseller, hammersmith, polisher, engraver, leather craftsman, cabinetmaker…the creation is passed from hand to hand, workshop to workshop. From the hemispheres to the spacers, from the handle to the reservoir, each piece receives the artisans’ special attention. Upon request, a gold lace maker can decorate the spheres, or an artisan jeweller can set the cases with precious gems.

Every case is created by Paris-based artisans: unique pieces, dated and numbered, delivered with certificates guaranteeing their Parisian origin. To us, the timelessness of these works is essential and, in order to provide a sense of heritage, only the noblest materials are used in their making.

Champagne remains at the ideal temperature for more than two hours. As the ice is not in direct contact with the bottle, the inconveniences of classic champagne coolers disappear. Because the flutes are chilled inside the presentation case, there is no longer any thermal shock during tasting, as opposed to using room temperature glasses. And not a single drop of water can reach the furniture upon which the Champagne case rests.

Mirror polished brass model
Weight - 17.5Kg
Diameter - 37.5cm
Engraving on upper sphere
Price upon request

SERVICE A CHAMPAGNE

A new way to taste, merging aestheticism and performance.

“Offer your most exquisite bottles a unique presentation case.”

“You protect your finest bottles from the light, store them horizontally, and ensure that the temperature remains constant. All of this care and attention merits that the nectar be served in chilled flutes in order to avoid thermal shock. If the storage phase is long, the tasting ritual remains the indispensable step in revealing the essence of your Champagne.”

"The great wines and Champagnes are born of the terroirs and the men who remain attentive to the living natural world, pure matter gives life and real pleasure.
Issued also of noble and precious matter, Révérencieuse allies the excellence of the naturalness and the art of good taste in the respect of the fundamental values."
Philippe Jamesse


Chef sommelier At the Crayères Restaurant
Michelin star and creator of a line of wine glasses for Lehmann Glass.