Ah springtime: daffodils, vacation, sandals—and champagne, of course.
This season, bubbly purveyor Veuve Clicquot is touring the country to toast folks everywhere in a tricked-out Airstream trailer that we admit we'd love to take glamping.
A racing stripe in the brand's signature yellow-orange hue decks the outside of the sleek aluminum trailer, and pillows in the same color pop against grey seating on the inside for a very on-trend color combo.
The tour kicked off in Florida in March before heading to Texas and then California, where it hit Newport Beach's 3Thirty3 restaurant last week, offering Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label by the glass for $16 and by the bottle for $80, or Veuve Clicquot Rosé by the glass for $22 or bottle for $122. (Cheaper than a trip to France, right?)
Catch it in Santa Barbara, Big Sur, San Francisco, Napa, Seattle or the Hamptons, before the chic coach ends its journey in Washington, D.C., on June 1.
But just when the champers fizzes out, summer unofficially begins. And we think that's a pretty festive consolation.