In English, Faire La Fête means “to party with friends,” and the drinks are surely fit for any festive occasion. Introduced to the U.S. in 2015 and imported through Bay Area business First Growth Brand, Faire La Fête prides itself as the original Champagne.
Produced in Limoux, France, the birthplace of champagne in 1531, Faire La Fête uses hand-harvested grapes, is bottled by eighth generation families and bottle aged for up to 24 months and uses half the sugar featured in tank-fermented Prosecco. The Brut and Brut Rose sparklers are made in the same traditional manner as if it were the 1530s. These drinks are blends of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir and each features a unique taste and color.
"The product’s purity means you can have a glass or two after work or a tough day with the kids without regretting it the next day," says Edward Holl, CEO of Faire La Fête. "It’s perfect to lift the spirits anytime. Not only that, the quality and the fact it comes from the birthplace of champagne makes it not just another bottle."
“For years, consumers have loved Champagne, but always saw it as a special occasion drink,” says Holl. “Faire La Fête is changing that, providing amazing quality at an accessible price point, making it the perfect champagne to drink any day and at any time.” Faire La Fête is offered at a variety of retailers that sell wine and Champagne. Cheers!