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Ferrari Trentodoc - No. 1 Sparkling Wine Producer of 2015 & European Winery of the Year - visits Ottawa to showcase their award winning Metodo Classico Bubbly

October 2015, by Matt Steeves.

On October 19th, a group of Ottawa-based wine writers and sommeliers, including award winning wine writer, Natalie MacLean ( http://www.nataliemaclean.com… 1,954 more words

An Addendum: Sabering Breathless Rosé

Yesterday, I posted about my visit with Sharon Cohn of Breathless Wines. It was a great visit, at the end of which we tasted through the very nice Breathless wines. 388 more words

Sparkling Wine

An update, a saber, and a challenge

I was planning on not posting today, but, well, I am leaving in a few days for a month in Europe and I need to clear a few things off the docket. 154 more words


Another Sabering Attempt

This past week, I had the brilliant idea to try to saber a bottle of sparkling wine with something other than a saber. The video of the attempt is below. 40 more words


Another sabering fail?

There has been a video that people have viewed far too many times of me trying to saber a bottle of sparkling Clos Pepe wine shortly after the conclusion of the Wine Bloggers Conference in Buellton, California last month. 246 more words


Sabering is the Best way to open a bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine. Just use a Sword.

Sabering heralds from the days of Napoleon.

The French have been producing fine wine and Champagne for a rather long time.

Thanks to Napoleon, we have a great traditional way of opening a bottle of Champagne or other bubbly. 20 more words


Sabering! Ah the ego.....

I am out here in Portland for the Wine Bloggers Conference and will be posting about that soon. In the interim, I thought I would share a couple of videos that my wife shot with her iPhone last weekend  I have mentioned before my fondness for sabering champagne or sparking wine. 783 more words