Champagne News

Champagne on the Beach

Celebrations are made up of the small moments in life, moments with meaning for those involved – a birthday, promotion, new venture or personal accomplishment – so when these moments come about, it’s worth enhancing them with a bottle of Champagne. Champagne Morel presents a wonderful representation of what you would expect from a bottle…

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How many grapes does it take to make a bottle of Champagne

How many Grapes does it take to make a Bottle of Champagne?

I am assuming that you know it takes grapes to make a bottle of Champagne?! In fact, all wines (unless stated otherwise) are made from grapes of which there are over 10,000 varieties across the world that are used in the production of reds, whites, rosé and fizzy ones. Popular grape varieties include: Chardonnay Pinot…

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The Quest For Champagne

Champagne Lanson has bestowed upon us a mighty endeavor, a quest for Champagne, they recently released two outstanding 2004 Vintage Champagnes, becoming some of the oldest prestige vintage Champagnes currently available on the market. It’s up to us to transport them from the Champagne Region to the United Kingdom, our quest will take us up…

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Fun Things To Do With Champagne Corks

One of the best parts of a bottle of Champagne, after of course the bubbly content, is the cork, deciding whether to let it fly across your garden or open it with a whisper, it’s a fun experience and something that appears on many people’s bucket lists to open a bottle of Champagne. But once…

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The Perfect Champagne Occasions

It’s not like we ‘need’ a reason to pop open a bottle of Champagne, but sometimes you just want something that will perfectly fit the situation you are in, whether it be a dinner party, a wedding toast, or a delicious gift, this list of Champagnes and Occasions will help you plan your next moment…

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The War On Champagne

We all know that the word Champagne is very much protected by the C.I.V.C. or otherwise known as Le Comité Interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne. This organisation was created during World War II, on April 12th, 1941, during this time the Champagne Region was being taken advantage of by the invading forces from Germany, under…

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Caroline Latrive will succeed Michel Davesne as the next Cellar Master at Champagne Deutz

A woman of terroir and wine Caroline Latrive’s passion for wine was passed down to her from an early age by her consultant winemaker father. Her career path became apparent through her choice of studies as well as her first internships with prestigious champagne houses such as Piper and Charles Heidsieck, Louis Roederer and Palmer….

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Champagne Directory

Get ready for the most comprehensive list of Champagne houses available online, if you’re planning a trip to Champagne or looking for a new producer to discover, then this list will be all that you require. When we look at the Champagne Region, 90% of the Vineyards are owned by more than 15,000 Growers, these…

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Correct way to open Champagne bottle

How To Open A Bottle Of Champagne

For many people, the opening of a Champagne bottle is a bucket list item, something they’d like to do during their lifetime, we here at Glass of Bubbly hope you’ll be able to open many bottles of Champagne and use each of the three very cool methods. The 3 ways to open a bottle of…

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