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15 Fun Facts About Champagne

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Champagne has always been associated with glamour, elegance and luxury. One will find that the drink is  always present in every party or celebration of the hottest stars and celebrities. Every London VIP club has a list of  champagnes on its drinks menu and are offering the best of its kind along with other premium drinks. So before you order another bottle and drink another glass, here are 15 fun facts about Champagne that you probably didn’t know yet:

15 Fun Facts About Champagne

  1. Champagne is actually a type of wine. The only difference between sparkling wine and champagne is the region it comes from. Authentic Champagne can only come from the Champagne region of France. Any bubbly from other parts of the world simply have to settle for the title of ‘sparkling wine.’
  2. The chalky remains of ancient sea-creatures are the “soil” for Champagne grapes. The Champagne region of France was actually once the floor of an ancient pre-historic sea. Now it’s the perfect foundation to grow grapes.
  3. A bottle of champagne has around 49 million bubbles! The characteristic bubbles that grace all Champagnes are formed during a second fermentation process, because of the addition of sugar and yeast. The two ingredients react to form carbon dioxide. This creates millions of bubbles trapped in a very small space.
  4. Sparkling wines and champagnes have categories too. The extra brut, brut, extra dry, sec and demi sec. All of this depends on sugar levels. In wine terms, ‘dry’ is the opposite of sweet.
  5. The loud pop every time Champagne bottles are opened is due tot the 90 pounds per square inch pressure inside a single bottle. Which is about three times the pressure in a car tire!
  6. To date the longest recorded flight is more than 177 feet (54 metres), given that the cork can reach a speed of around 40 mph (64 kph).
  7. The most expensive bottle of champagne costs $2.07 million dollars. This bottle literally has a diamond ingrained in the design on the outside.
  8. Good Champagne you should have what’s called “collerette” – these are bubble trains on the sides of the glass.
  9. Winston Churchill was served Champagne every day at 11 a.m. which is why Pol Roger, the renowned Champagne house, made a special one pint bottle of champagne for him.
  10. Marketing surveys have shown that concert-goers of hip-hop concerts, rap and R & B gigs, are 94% more likely to drink Champagne than the average person.
  11. Sip your champagne because if you drink it too quickly, the bubbles make the alcohol enter your bloodstream so fast that it can can even result in a headache.
  12. The form of the Champagne coupe glass was modelled on the shape of Marie Antoinette’s breast, which was adapted from a wax mould as legend tells us.
  13. Your champagne will stay more bubbly in a flute glass compared to a coupe glass.
  14. It can help prevent memory loss. According to new research, one to three glasses of champagne each week could counteract memory loss associated with aging – so cheers!
  15. Champagne has three times more gas than beer. Prepare for the bloat.

Whether you are drinking champagne for a party with friends or for a solitary moment with your random musings, this drink will definitely delight your senses.

To know more about booking tables and celebrating parties at London’s top VIP clubs, contact us and we will get that champagne ready the next time you party with us.

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How To Get Inside VIP Nightclubs in London

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London has a very intense and alluring nightlife. Some of the best parties and events of the world are staged and hosted here. It only makes sense to be ready with your must-haves every time you go to the club. Here are some of our best clubbing tips to get inside VIP nightclubs in London so that you fully enjoy your night and avoid the common mistakes that unprepared people make.


1. Get on the Guestlist or Book a Table 

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First of all, some people confuse guest list and table booking so let’s make that clear. Guest lists are for small groups of people who do not want to book an entire table. Table bookings are for big groups, especially those with mostly males, who are willing to spend a minimum of £500 for that night.

Being on the guest list does not guarantee entry to the clubs. VIP clubs are very picky when it comes to their guests. Some bars reserve the right to reject a person at the discretion of the door staff who can be unreasonable and rude sometimes.

However, it is still better to be on the guestlist because this means that someone will be taking care of you that night. If you do not get inside your club of choice, someone can help you transfer to other clubs within the area. This option is still way better than coming to the bars alone as a walk-in customer which even lowers your chances of getting inside.


2. Come Early

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Clubs usually have long queues especially on weekends. This tip is pretty much common sense but some party goers still miss this and they end up lining up in queues that go around the block! Best part about this tip? Ladies are usually free to enter the club when they arrive before 11PM. So basically, you avoid the lines and you avoid the fees. Sweet!


3. Be in a Group of Mostly Females

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London VIP nightclubs hate, and we mean HATE, fights and riots. It can cost the club damage to property, degrading its reputation and the biggest effect is to be shut down by the government and its license revoked.

This is the reason why clubs are very hesitant to take all male groups especially when they tell them that they are too “urban”. It means, you guys look like you can cause trouble inside the club and we don’t want you here.

So bring some girls with you. The more, the merrier. The hotter, the better! All girl groups and mostly girls groups are preferred to enter the club.


4.Look and Dress Properly

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VIP nightclubs in London have dress codes. You have to look sexy, smart and elegant. Some clubs, you even have to be in heels. You have to remember, sexy is one thing and trashy is another. NEVER LOOK TRASHY. Door staff are very picky with guests. You have look and dress “right” in order to get  inside a VIP club. So spend a little more time putting on makeup, fixing your hair and pulling off an outfit for the night because this will be your definite ticket to an entry in the club.


5. Check the Drinks Menu in Advance

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To avoid confusion when you get inside, check the drinks menu online ahead of time. Almost every club has their drinks menu uploaded online. This will save you a ton of time and hassle when you come inside ready for you orders.


6. Communicate With Your Promoter

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Did you know you can get free drinks once you are inside? Depends on the club and the promoter you are connected with but there are some freebies waiting for you inside! So make sure you connect with them so that you are guided inside and you get the most out of your night out in London. Make sure you ONLY connect with the legit concierges and credible promoters so you don’t waste your time and money.


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