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By George!

If you live outside the UK you might not know that the 23rd of April is St George’s Day, Georgie boy being the “patron saint” of England.   480 more words

Champagne

House of Gosset

As the world’s oldest Wine House located in Champagne, it makes sense that it is the first one featured. In 1584 Gosset started out as a red wine producer until the discovery and production of Champagne in the 18th century, redirected this small prestigious house. 69 more words

Champagne

Wine From Vines: Planting my First Vineyard

So it begins. After years of making wine from bought grapes, finally, finally, I could plant my own vines. It only took buying a home with a quarter acre…minor details… 70 more words

A touch of pink....

Pink champagne….you either love it or you hate it. Some find it far too sweet and artificial, others find it too fizzy (which, by the way, is often caused by the higher tannin content in pink champagnes than in white, attracting more CO2). 1,041 more words

Champagne Club

Jacquesson, Cuvée No. 736, Extra Brut, Champagne, France, 12% abv, C$75 @ Marquis

A celebrated Champagne house in operation since 1798, Jacquesson has been owned since 1974 by the Chiquet family and is located in Dizy, just north of Epernay. 166 more words

RED

The ageing of Pinot Meunier

In our third post about our “Mystery of Meunier” spring theme, we look at the ageing potential of this grape variety, putting one exceptional example of an aged Meunier under the spot light. 825 more words

Champagne Club

Australian Wine - Meunier!?

So this grape Meunier is “a mutation of pinot noir” as it says on the label on the back. You would know it as one of the three grapes used in Champagne along with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. 109 more words

Redwine