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Paul-Loup Sulitzer chooses Comte de Cheurlin to launch a collection of exclusive champagnes – Money

| The Paul-Loup Sulitzer x Comte de Cheurlin champagne collection

The successful businessman and writer is passionate about champagne. For this new professional adventure, Paul-Loup Sulitzer has chosen Comte de Cheurlin champagnes, a house present at the menu of the most prestigious tables: those of starred chefs like Guy Savoie, Guy Martin or Marc Veyrat, like those of the French Republic. Feedback on a sparkling collaboration!

Authenticity and respect for the terroir, red thread of the collection

The one who made himself known to the great public in the years 1920 thanks to his novels of a new genre, brilliantly combining finance and fiction, such as Money, the Green King or the Empress, has not lost the taste for business and especially the desire to set new challenges. Challenger at heart, Paul-Loup Sulitzer dedicated the year 2021 to the realization of a project close to his heart, that of launching a collection of champagnes in his name. To find the right partner, the businessman embarked on a tour of France of wine estates. Uncompromising on the values ​​he wishes to infuse into this project – quality, terroir, authenticity, and respect for the environment – Paul-Loup Sulitzer has increased the number of meetings until he crosses paths with Thomas Cheurlin, master cellar from Domaine Comte de Cheurlin. Known for the quality of its champagnes elitist, ecological and vegan for more than 20 years, the family home enjoys ‘a solid reputation in France as well as internationally. Comte de Cheurlin champagnes can be found on the menu of the most prestigious tables: those of starred chefs like Guy Savoie, Guy Martin or Marc Veyrat, like those of the French Republic. Present at the Elysee Palace since 1986, Comte de Cheurlin was able to convince the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the staff association of the National Assembly as well as around thirty French Embassies abroad. A hunting scene that has seduced both the businessman and the passionate about the land that is Paul-Loup Sulitzer.

The Cuvée Le Roi Vert, from the collaboration of Paul-Loup Sulitzer x Comte de Cheurlin

An exclusive collection, which echoes his successful novels

4 vintages make up the collection signed Paul-Loup Sulitzer, whose names are reminiscent of the writer’s greatest successes. For Money, his best-seller, the entrepreneur has chosen, on the advice of Thomas Cheurlin, a brut reserve born from a blend of three quarters of Pinot Noir and a quarter of Chardonnay. A sustained aromatic expression that goes wonderfully with festive dinners. For his part, the Green King seduces lovers of brut blanc de blancs with a blend 64% chardonnay, whose notes of white fruits and citrus fruits make it the ideal ally for dishes based on fish and seafood. , the Empress retraces the journey of the heiress Helena Rubinstein. In homage to this pioneer woman in the cosmetics industry, Paul-Loup Sulitzer has selected a blend 64% Pinot Noir (black grapes with white juice) to give life to this pink cuvée de saignée brut. A fruity champagne that works as well as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to gourmet desserts. The highlight of this collection, the Hannah cuvée made from Pinot Noir, seduces with its gold color and its fine bubbles with a strong character. A champagne prized by lovers of Pinot Noir, which acts as a flavor enhancer for land and sea accords. Who says special cuvée, says exceptional container, especially at the end of the year. To mark an occasion or to enthuse your guests, the champagnes signed Paul-Loup Sulitzer will take care of their entry by being adorned with a case or a boxed suitcase accompanied by two Comte de Cheurlin flutes. Perfect as a centerpiece, the artist Laurence Jenk has created two champagne bucket works inspired by candy, one of her signature themes. When art invites itself on the festive tables, champagne is more than ever in the spotlight!

The “champagne bucket” sculpture signed by the artist Laurence Jenk, as part of the Paul-Loup Sulitzer x Comte de Cheurlin collaboration