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Tsarine By Adriana Shines in Japan

Reims, February 2023

Tsarine By Adriana is now a star in the land of the Rising Sun! Tsarine’s cuvée de prestige, with its beautiful golden color, is winning the hearts of Japanese consumers who love champagne, which they like to enjoy in the French and international restaurants when celebrating special occasions, but also in bars, cabarets, clubs and elsewhere.

After France, the UK, and the USA, Japan — the third-ranking export market for champagne — is now succumbing to the charms of Tsarine By Adriana and its unique, luxurious and feminine bottle. The gilded bottle’s aesthetic resonates strongly in Japanese culture, where gold symbolizes the sun and signifies wealth and prestige.

Tsarine by Adriana is now being offered in the shops and on line by the century-old house of Kakuyazu, a specialist in wines and spirits, in bottles and in its all-new gilded case, fitted with a real working zip closure — a nod to the fluted bottle’s luscious shape.

Tsarine by Adriana, a “gold-standard” champagne

The cuvée is blended in the tradition of the Tsarine style, with perfect balance among the three Champagne grape varieties: 34% Chardonnay, 33% Meunier, 33% Pinot Noir.

Chef de Cave Isabelle Tellier, creator of this cuvée de prestige, has chosen to age it in the cellars of the House of Chanoine Frères 1730 in Reims for between three and four years to ensure full maturity.

Its sugar dosage, at 12 g/l, gives it an unctuous character, at the border between brut and extra-dry, which brings out its fruit notes. To the nose, this refined champagne reveals flavors of peach and orange flower; as it rolls over the palate it exudes notes of fruit jellies and ginger.

Isabelle Tellier says: “Tsarine by Adriana is a flavorful champagne that can be served with an aperitif or to accompany a dessert. I advise serving it at a temperature of between 10°and 12°C.

Tsarine By Adriana was awarded a gold medal in the recent Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Belgium — a benchmark among international wine competitions, recognized by professionals and consumers around the world.

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