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Singapore Airlines brings back Charles Heidsieck Champagne in Business Class

Singapore Airlines has updated its Business Class Champagne selection, including a surprise return of the popular Charles Heidsieck on most routes.

Singapore Airlines has made some adjustments to its Champagne pours in Business Class this month, with a surprise reintroduction of the popular Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve on the majority of routes, though the recently-introduced vintage Piper Heidsieck Brut hasn’t gone away just yet.


Almost all long-haul services are now loaded with either of the two well-rated bubblies, while some routes like Bangkok and Manila will even switch to exclusively offering Charles Heidsieck from 1st July 2022.

Unfortunately there has also been a downgrade on some regional services to the Ernest Rapeneau Brut Champagne, including to and from Bali, Cairns and the Maldives, from a superior Ayala Brut Majeur.

Charles is back

Singapore Airlines has not served Charles Heidsieck Champagne in its Business Class cabins since late 2019, when the carrier switched away from the label in favour of Laurent-Perrier’s La Cuvée Brut.

That news met with mixed reactions at the time. The airline had poured Charles Heidsieck for over three years, and many regular Business Class flyers, ourselves included, had come to know and love the more complex, textured finish of this Champagne.