Champagne Thiénot Unveils Thiénot Brut Rosé

With a limited production of only 10,000, Champagne Thiénot has unveiled its first exclusive limited edition of Brut Rosé non-vintage.

The feminine pastel pink label resonates with this year’s fashion trends and features Japanese-inspired motifs of delicate flowers and bubbles to “encapsulate the care-free ambience of the summer season”. A co-ordinating cooling jacket echoes the colour and design of the limited edition label.

Garance Thiénot, of Champagne Thiénot, comments: “This is our first limited edition design for Champagne Thiénot Brut Rosé non-vintage and we wanted to create an inspirational and chic look which would lend a touch of summer to any bar or table. We are confident that this limited edition will resonate with Champagne fans in the UK who will be seduced by its elegance, great taste and fashionable appearance”.


Firma created a soluble champagne concept for Veuve Clicquot.

Veuve Clicquot — one of the most respected champagne producers surprises us each year with a new innovative concept. This year Veuve Clicquot introduced soluble champagne tablets made of alcohol powder that will turn water into champagne. The concept is: you drop a tablet into a glass of water, wait for complete dissolution, then start your celebration with first-of-a-kind Shh…ampagne.

In addition to the product concept have been developed packaging, print and slogan for a new generation of products.

Liz Palmer