Champagne News

What is a Great Champagne for a First Date?

Picking the right Champagne or Sparkling Wine can be a bit tricky, that’s if you want to find the right one, it’ll be up to you when you want to pop the cork on your bottle of bubbly. Glass of Bubbly has made it easier to pick out the perfect bottle to enjoy on your…

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Michael Edwards Desert Island Fizz

My Desert Island Fizz: Michael Edwards

In a new series of online interviews, we take a look at well known wine professionals and with the idea of Desert Island Discs in mind we ask them to choose, instead of music, their three favourite sparkling wines to take with them if ever they find themselves ‘Robinson Crusoe’d‘ as such! Our series entitled ‘My…

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Japanese Cuisine with Champagne Duval Leroy

7 Course Japanese Dinner ‘Champagne Duval-Leroy & ASDA Style’

A Champagne that I have many good memories of is Duval-Leroy. A house with a famous history and where adversity turned in to success that inspires many still today and who lit up the first movement towards woman making a true mark in the industry. Champagne Duval-Leroy “In this family history, Carol is the female…

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If you can’t beat them… do something different

How some independent Champagne makers are finding success by challenging accepted wisdom. The usual version of this old saying is If you can’t beat them… join them. In Champagne that has traditionally meant looking for success by following the lead of the famous brands, but recently many small Champagne producers are finding that breaking some…

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Henri Giraud Champagne

Grand Cru Champagne – More than meets the eye

When you’re looking at a row of Champagne bottles in a wine shop or working your way down the Champagne list in a restaurant looking for clues about which one to choose, the words ‘Grand Cru ‘stand out as a reassuring beacon in the darkness. If it says Grand Cru on the label, it must…

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Pouring Champagne Moet et Chandon rosé

How to Drink More Champagne and Spend Less

(and ‘No’ that doesn’t involve drinking poor quality wine). If you’re reading this you’re probably someone who enjoys Champagne and would like to open Champagne more frequently and be more generous when you’re entertaining friends, family or colleagues, but let’s face it, Champagne is not the cheapest wine available and you might assume that drinking…

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Enjoy a Glass of Bubbly at a London Rooftop Bar

Are Champagne Flutes a Thing of the Past?

And does the question conceal a different challenge for Champagne? If you go back far enough in history it seems that, even as long ago as the late 17th century when Champagne first appeared on the scene, there was a variety of shapes and sizes of glass to choose from. Short and stubby, tall and…

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Should Champagne be decanted

Should I Decant Champagne?

Ask 100 people this question and 90 of them will say NO and in most cases, they would be right (or at least, not wrong), but the reality is a little more complicated. There are a few reasons why people say you shouldn’t decant Champagne: One is that roughly 75% of all Champagne that is…

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Champagne Hub and Food Pairing

Food Pairings with Online Orders from Champagne Hub

The beauty of Champagne is that is both a great wine to drink and equally impressive when paired with foods. Without doubt the popularity of pairing Champagne with food has grown and expanded without fear so we are much more accepting to and agreeing with titles such as ‘Pairing Champagne with Fish & Chips‘ and…

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