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Laherte Frères Ultradition Brut

Why do some people go to the ends of the earth to procure the smallest production of Burgundy, yet when it comes to Champagne, insist on drinking the big brands? 322 more words

Anya Balistreri

Champagne AYALA Brut Majeur - A Lovely Gem

Hello to you!  I hope your week is off to a great start.  After my annual Remembrance Day morning, I will head up to Cornucopia… 375 more words


Drinking like James Bond: Casino Royale. Champagne and swagger

We’ll gloss over the generic “Champagne” orders and the pleasant, middle-of-the road Veuve Clicquot, and head for the more characteristically Bondian Taittinger exchange. What can it tell us about Bond—and what can it tell us about Champagne? 1,991 more words

Tantalus, Rosé, BC VQA, Okanagan Valley, Canada, 2014, 13.1% abv, C$19

Well, I have finally found a truly tasty one.  It has taken some time, but patience has proved to be a virtue.  The Tantalus 2014 Rosé is delicious.  170 more words


The Beauty of Champagne Grape Variety

One of the beauties of Champagne is the remarkable diversity of grape styles. Each style and type of Champagne is designed to produce the various preferences in taste and palate. 357 more words


How to Select Your First Bottle of Champagne

Champagne refers to the sparkling wine produced from the Champagne region of France while other sparkling wines from all over the world can only name as Cava (Spain),Spumante (Italy), Sekt (German & Austria) etc. 354 more words


The Friday Fizz: Jean-Pierre MARNIQUET Prestige, Champagne, 1995

The Person:
Jean Pierre Marniquet – Owner, Farmer, Winemaker

The Place:
The Marniquet estate vineyards and cellar near Venteuil in the Valle de la Marne in Champagne. 196 more words

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