Let the party begin. And begin it will in champagne style and with stylish champagne. The family-owned house of Boizel has joined enchanting, creative forces with French jewelry designer Sylvia Toledano for its 2020 collector’s edition for the house’s delicious pink champagne. The pink drink is encased in a jewel studded bottle and gift box. With the « jewels » created by Sylvia Toledano. The Parisian jeweler is known for her hand-made fine gold jewelry studded with semi-precious gemstones that she handpicks in the Indian city of Jaipur. Turquoise, cornaline, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger’s eye are the hallmarks of her creations that are found in her boudoir of a boutique right by the Place Vendôme but also at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York.
She has brought this colorful, enchanting world to the Boizel pink champagne as the fairy-tale like drawings appear on the bottle’s label and the gift box. Boizel by Sylvia Toledano has been brought out in a limited edition series of only 200 bottles offering a perfect select selection for the champagne lover in your life. The tradition of associating a woman artist with a champagne began at the house of Boizel back in 2000, initiated by Evelyne Roques-Boizel, a tradition that is carried on today by her sons Lionel and Florent, the sixth generation of the family at the helm of the house. Boizel was founded in 1834 in Epernay by Auguste Boizel and his wife Julie Martin.
The Boizel by Sylvia Toledano is a finely balanced champagne combining the three classic grape varieties of the Champagne region and is composed of 50% Pinot Noir including 8% that has been made from red wines, 20% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Meunier as well as 20% of the reserve wines kept in the house’s cellar, reserve wines are particularly good tasting vintages, kept back or reserved in the cellar. The champagne has been aged for three years.
©The Gourmet Gazette
Categories: Gourmet Fare