Whether you’re celebrating with family or friends, Christmas and New Year are always the perfect excuse to uncork a bottle of champagne. Brut, Blanc de Blancs or Rosé, each champagne variety has its own personality. Joyous partygoers will choose a chilled Rosé to start the festivities off with a swing, while lovers of tenderer and more subtle pleasures will turn to the calmer and more measured Blanc de Blancs. Devotees of absolute authenticity, on the other hand, may prefer a vintage Brut, for the ultimate and timeless classic taste. Ideally, champagne should be served between 8° and 10°C depending on its age and maturity, in order to allow all its aromas to blossom and express themselves fully. As delicious to drink as it is to look at, it will take pride of place in a champagne bucket, where it will splendidly and elegantly decorate your dining table.