Rare Champagne becomes Supreme World Champion 2023
Rare Champagne wins Supreme World Champion at the CSWWC Awards!
Rare Champagne is crowned Supreme World Champion, the highest honour at the awards ceremony, for its Rare Millésime 2008 Magnum at the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships in London. Alongside numerous other renowned houses, Rare Champagne received both the country trophy for France and the trophy for the best luxury champagne, thus qualifying for the highest trophy.
Winning this prestigious award is the crowning glory of an already fantastic year for Rare Champagne. In March, winemaker Emilien Boutillat was honoured as “Sparkling Winemaker of the Year” at the IWC Awards and in October, the house was named “Sparkling Wine Producer” by the IWSC.
About Rare Champagne
Rare Champagne has been presenting the best vintages in the most exclusive form since 1976. It is only produced in special years. To date, only 12 vintages have been brought onto the market. The champagne matures on the lees for at least 9 years before being released onto the market. In March 2022, the young, talented Emilien Boutillat took over the reins from Régis Camus. He will continue the success story of Rare Champagne as Chief Winemaker.