Originally called Royal Rosé back in the 1860s – these days you don’t need to be Royal to wrap your lips around the absolutely delicious Mumm Grand Cordon Rose Champagne.
These days it’s known as Mumm “Grand Cordon” and in collaboration with award winning designer Ross Lovegrove they’ve created a unique, striking new bottle design. For starters there’s no front label. The G.H Mumm name and famous eagle emblem are printed directly onto the bottle of Mumm Grand Cordon Rose Champagne. But the most eye catching thing is the famous red ribbon has been indented into the bottle.
Formed by three German brothers who crossed the border to France in 1827. These days it’s full throttle for Mumm, pronounced moom, churning out a staggering 8 million bottles to every corner of the globe per year.
Presented in a Mumm Grand Cordon Rose gift box and delivered anywhere in New Zealand.