Piper-Heidsieck

Piper-Heidsieck HistoryFlorens-Louis Heidsieck founded his eponymous Champagne House in 1785. His wines gained immediate recognition and in May of the same year, he is said to have presented his already legendary wine to Queen Marie-Antoinette at Versailles.

Florens-Louis’ nephew Christian Heidsieck joined the House in 1800 followed by Henri-Guillaume Piper in 1815.

Upon the death of Florens-Louis Heidsieck in 1828; Christian Heidsieck assumed control of the House while Henri Guillaume Piper travelled the world to promote and sell his wines. The house of Heidsieck became the official purveyor to 14 Royal and Imperial Courts, including those as far as Siam and China.

In 1997 Piper-Heidsieck adorned the Red Label, symbol of enthusiasm, passion, panache and excellence to convey its message of conviviality.

To this day Piper-Heidsieck has remained a Winehouse of wonder, with innovations compromising exclusive designers to not only bring you exquisite wines, but to bring it in grandeur!

To learn more about Piper-Heidsieck read BestChampagne exclusive interview with its President Cecile Bonnefond.


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