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Buying Champagne in Bulk for a Wedding

Buying Champagne in Bulk for a Wedding

Marriage: A time for much celebration and what for many is the most important and most proudest day of their lives – The day a couple unite together to exchange their vows and become a married couple. A whole new journey lays before them and exciting times to be enjoyed from those couples of spring…

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What is Rosé de Saignée

What is Rosé de Saignée Champagne?

Champagne is high up on the list for many wine lovers though when we see pink Champagne then it usually takes things up to another level for us. There is something that is just that little bit more exciting, romantic, sensual and usually expensive too when it comes to rosé / pink Champagne. “When people…

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Biscuit rose de reims and Champagne

Le Biscuit Rose de Reims and Champagne

If we delve outside of wine and Champagne, Reims has a very special edible product that it is world famous for and this is a unique pink coloured biscuit with a sprinkling of powered sugar on top – Biscuits Rose de Reims (pink biscuit of Reims). Many will also know this as the Champagne biscuit….

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Champagne Roger Constant Lemaire Trophy and Gold Medals 2020

World’s Finest 2020 – Champagne Roger Constant Lemaire Trianon 1966

Located in a tiny Champagne village west side of Epernay, 51700 Villers-sous-Châtillon, and a mere 295 mile drive from central London (Westminster). A passionate family producer, what we call in the wine industry ‘a grower Champagne’, Roger Constant Lemaire is the house which took home the prestigious title of being The World’s Finest Glass of…

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10 Champagne questions for 2020

10 Frequently Asked Questions about Champagne

Did you know that approximately 300 million bottles of Champagne are sold each year with a sales value of around 5 billion euros. For sure the Champagne industry is a big one and it is a known wine to many households across the world. From iconic movies and celebrities to celebrations at sporting events, Champagne…

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Your New Year’s Eve Champagne

Champagne Albert Beerens introduce their new cuvée especially named for New Year’s Eve  – Cuvée 31.12. Combining structure and elegance, this exceptional cuvée will be the perfect Champagne for your New Year’s Eve. With a deep golden yellow colour, this cuvée expresses a complex aroma, characterised by notes of honey, ripe fruit, roasting, caramel and…

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How to Sabre a Champagne Bottle

Have you ever seen a bottle of Champagne being sabred? It always looks spectacular and dangerous! Traditional sabring was done with a sword, The Art of Sabrage originated in France during the Napoleonic wars. Veuve Clicquot’s widow, Barbe Nicole Ponsardin, organised parties for officers and high society, after the party, she would give a bottle…

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What are the ingredients of Champagne

How to Decipher a Champagne Label

Have you ever wondered what everything means on a Champagne label? Don’t worry we can help you decipher it. Did you know that there are 10 things all Champagne labels have to include on the label? 1. ‘Appellation of Controlled Origin Champagne’ – Essentially, it must say ‘Champagne’, which is a guarantee to the buyer…

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What Grapes go in Champagne?

There are three main grape varieties that can be used in the production of Champagne. They were found to offer the required qualities of a good balance of sugar and acidity to complement the effervescence and a rich, subtle taste. Chardonnay A white grape that adds freshness, elegance and finesse.  It is widely grown in…

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