During the late 16th and early 17th Century, Russian aristocracy and rulers developed a particular fondness of French art, fashion and food. The love of Parisian style flowed through the architecture of government buildings in Saint Petersburg and Russia became one of the biggest importers of champagne. In 1730, to capitalise on this huge Russian market, Maison Chanoine established Tsarine Champagne. The brand has continued to pay homage to Russian culture; its unique swirl bottle design mirrors traditional Russian architecture and the champange house formerly offered limited edition Russian Doll gift boxes. Tsarine truly is a unique champagne that will have you feeling like you are in the company of Tsars.