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Stephen Leroux told us how rescued one of the world's most iconic champagne houses from extinction

It was 1985, and bottles of Charles Heidsieck champagne were flying off the shelves. Global sales were on a par with the likes of Veuve Cliquot, and the brand marketed itself: its namesake, a 19th-century dandy known as "Champagne Charlie," was something of an icon in his own right, the man credited with bringing champagne to the USA. Fast forward 25 years, and Charles Heidsieck was a brand facing extinction.
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