There’s nothing quite like that pop of a champagne cork to instantly make you feel like celebrating. Even if it’s for simply reaching the end of your day. Since 1843, the House of Besserat de Bellefon has imposed a unique style combining elegance and power. The creation in 1930 of the Cuvée des Moines, a champagne of great finesse that can accompany an entire meal, is the founding act of a true legend. The phrase “Cuvée des Moines,” which means “Blend of the Monks” and tips a hat to the supposed inventors of Champagne wines —early Benedictine monks, the most famous of all being Dom Pérignon. The Besserat de Bellefon House has a vineyard of 61 acres, located mainly in the Marne Valley, and uses the balance of the power of Pinot Noir, the fruitiness of Pinot Meunier, and the finesse of Chardonnay to create a mouthwatering champagnes that is sure to impress.