G.H. Mumm champagne is one for the ages. Established in 1761, the Mumm family started their business as wine producers in Cologne, Germany before the next generation’s lineage established a new branch in the Champagne region of France in 1827 with the help of a local representative, G.Heuser.
Dating back to the time when Napoleon ruled, the traditional way to open a bottle of champagne was through a technique called sabrage, in which the cavalry soldiers would use their sabre swords.
In layman's terms, this is basically a fancy way to open a bottle by using a big ol’ knife. Now unless you’re well versed in this practice we probably don’t recommend opening a bottle of this calibre in this way, but look, if you’re feeling confident, go for it.
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G.H. Mumm is one of the most successful, longest-running and traditional champagne brands on...