The Hollywood Reporter included Piper-Heidsieck in the February 6, 2020 article Oscars Party Diary: Inside the A-List Parties and Events by Ramona Saviss and Chris Gardner.
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Vogue included Piper-Heidsieck in the February 10, 2020 article All The Winners Posed With Their Oscars at the Governors Ball After-Party by Rachel Marlowe.
“While more than 3,400 guests attended the ceremony, only 1,500 scored an invite to the after-party, where industry bigwigs and past nominees mingled with that night’s winners, clutching their brand-new golden statuettes. Guests were greeted with glasses of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne and Don Julio Tequila Nominees’ Negroni and Hollywood Highball cocktails, created by curated by mixologist Charles Joly—although most headed straight to the giant raw bar, famished after the three-hour show.”
Wine Spectator featured Piper-Heidsieck in the February 10, 2020 article Oscars Wine Wins: 8,500 Champagne Piper Glasses, Gold Coppola Bottles and Wolfgang Puck Plates Plants by Shawn Zylberberg.
“Six-time official Oscars bubbly Piper created limited-edition Cuvée Brut magnums for the occasion, with labels that pay homage to the old bootlegging days of the Roaring Twenties (realistic enough throwback replicas that they’d do the wine-prop designers for The Irishman proud). More than 8,500 glasses of the brut, along with the prestige cuvée Rare 1998 and 2006, were served throughout the night, with winners Laura Dern and Taika Waititi spotted partaking during their award engravings.”
IOL featured Piper-Heidsieck in the February 10, 2020 article This Is What the Stars Drank at the Oscars.
“There were Piper-Heidsieck Champagne, while the wine came from Francis Ford Coppola Wines and poured from special gold bottles. Most, if not all, the cocktails were created with Tequila Don Julio, with Joly serving them from miniature bottles with sustainable straws. “