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In 2024, Champagne Canard-Duchêne joins the select circle of official suppliers of the « Académie des César ». The 49th Ceremony will be held on February 23rd, 2024, at L’Olympia in Paris.

Event awaited every year by millions of passionate, the 49th Cesar Ceremony will be held on February 23rd, 2024, at L’Olympia in Paris.

On this very special occasion, in line with its ongoing partnership with the cinema, Champagne Canard-Duchêne will be Official Supplier of the Academie des Cesar.

Because there can be no great event without great Champagne, Véronique Cayla, President of the « Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema », says she is « extremely delighted to have, as a supplier, a family-owned Champagne House with a natural sensitivity for culture, which has accompanied the Academie des Cesar in all its events and actions ».

Jérôme Durand, the Director of the House, explains that « we are very proud to join the very select circle of prestigious official suppliers for the Cesar Awards ; this art brings together talents in the same way as the elaboration of Champagne wines is a blend of vintages and crus, allowing the best to be revealed ».

Already partner of the Film Festival of Angoulême in 2023, the company is consolidating its presence in the cinema.
The House Canard-Duchêne also invites visitors to enjoy a unique experience at the Domaine of Ludes, just 45 minutes from Paris by train, where a Cesar will be on exhibit from middle of May to end of June 2024 within the tour.

About the Champagne House Canard-Duchêne :
Maison Canard-Duchêne draws its passion directly from the heart of its heritage, blending family history and Champagne identity.
The story of a founding, unifying myth: Léonie Duchêne, a winemaker, and Victor Canard, a cooper… two avant-garde souls who combined their know-how and names to create Champagne Canard-Duchêne in 1868.
From their home village of Ludes, they devoted themselves together to a lifelong project, handed down from generation to generation: revealing the marvellous potential of Pinot Noir, the emblematic grape variety of the Montagne de Reims, and their deep bond with nature.
For over 20 years now, Laurent Fédou has worked on the blends with precision to reveal the House’s style: balanced Champagnes that emphasize fruit and great freshness.

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