Maison Tattinger has released a limited-edition champagne bottle ahead of the FIFA World Cup

It’s a celebration worth popping the cork for.

By Natasha Lee 23/05/2018

It is arguably the biggest sporting spectacular in the world: the FIFA World Cup.

No wonder, then, that Maison Tattinger, one of the world’s most prestigious champagne houses, has decided to honour the occasion with the release of a limited-edition bottle.

The partnership has been a long time coming.

The history of the relationship began back in 1959 when Jean Taittinger kicked off the European Cup match between Stade de Reims and Real Madrid.

Now, several decades later, the entire Taittinger House is more than ready to continue its support and love for the beautiful game by extending its partnership with FIFA until 2019.

Tattinger House General Manager, Clovis Tattinger, said it’s a relationship they are “extremely proud to continue”.

“We are extremely thankful for FIFA’s confidence in our house and our products. We look forward to a long and passionate connection between our two institutions”, he said.

Tattinger went on to say that both institutions share very similar values, with FIFA’s story also resonating with the family-owned company’s ventures.

The bottle is now available in Australia. To learn more visit www.tattinger.com

ADVERTISE WITH US

Subscribe to the Newsletter

Stay Connected

You may also like.

Gucci Is Selling an NFT Based on Its Latest Collection

Proceeds will be donated to UNICEF to benefit its Covid-19 vaccination program.

By Angelica Villa

04/06/2021

Robb Review: Manly Pavilion

Sink into an inviting local menu that winks at Italy and comes paired with impressive views.

By Richard Clune

02/06/2021

Five Andy Warhol NFTs Head To Auction

However, art experts are questioning their authenticity.

By Angelica Villa

24/05/2021

Oncore By Clare Smyth To Open Mid July

The highly anticipated restaurant will be Smyth’s first outside of the U.K.

By Terry Christodoulou

14/05/2021

This ‘Space-Aged’ Bordeaux Could Sell For $1.3 Million

The bottle of Pétrus spent 400 days orbiting the Earth.

By Rachel Cormack

06/05/2021

Buy the Magazine

Subscribe to Robb Report today!

Subscribe today

Stay Connected