Sparkling Wine News

What Effects Does Coffee Have On Sparkling Wine?

The effects that coffee has on sparkling wine is an important lesson to learn within the wine industry, like not wearing perfume to a wine tasting, the reason is because it affects your ability to effectively discover the aromas inside a glass of bubbly, this includes the likes of black coffee, as it’s strong aroma…

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Prosecco DOC Confirmed as Top Italian Wine Designation for 2023

Prosecco DOC confirms itself as the top Italian wine designation for 2023 in both volume and value, with production at over 616 million bottles. However, there has been a 3.5% decrease in bottling compared to the previous year, which drops to below 2% when excluding Prosecco DOC Rosé which experienced a more significant decline while…

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Interview With A Sommelier – Fernanda Vargas

The World of Wine is beautifully showcased by an army of talented Sommeliers, who help the consumer discover their next favourite bottle, understand the different regions and pair a delicious meal with the right Glass of Bubbly. In this feature, I speak with a woman who has helped many people to discover the vast world…

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Le Vigne Winery

Le Vigne Winery, translating to ‘The Vineyard’ in Italian, stands as a testament to the Filippini family’s rich heritage and commitment to traditional winemaking. For close to a century, Le Vigne has dedicated itself to crafting exceptional wines that reflect the distinct characteristics of both the vineyard and the vintage. The Filippini family’s connection to…

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Interview With A Sommelier – Andrea Alvich

The World of Wine is beautifully showcased by an army of talented Sommeliers, who help the consumer discover their next favourite bottle, understand the different regions and pair a delicious meal with the right Glass of Bubbly. In this feature, I speak with a man who has helped many people to discover the vast world…

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Sons of a Lesser God: Sparkling Wines From Almost Unknown Grapes: Bombino Bianco

Wandering around the South of Italy we reach Puglia region, famous for the red grape Primitivo aka Zinfandel: let’s talk about Bombino Bianco, a white variety, suitable for making classic method wines. Bombino Bianco is widely cultivated in the province of Foggia and especially in the surroundings of San Severo, where it constitutes an immense…

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Interview With Graduate Trainee at Vinescapes – Sarah Stott

Exploring the wine world can take you to every aspect of life, from the manual labour of handpicking the grapes all the way up to the technology field of innovation, creating new ways to help wineries flourish. In this feature, I speak with a woman from, England, who is currently developing her skills in Viticulture and…

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Interview With A Sommelier – Dusica Jovanovic

The World of Wine is beautifully showcased by an army of talented Sommeliers, who help the consumer discover their next favourite bottle, understand the different regions and pair a delicious meal with the right Glass of Bubbly. In this feature, I speak with a woman who has helped many people to discover the vast world…

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Interview With A Sommelier – Miguel Pontrelli

The World of Wine is beautifully showcased by an army of talented Sommeliers, who help the consumer discover their next favourite bottle, understand the different regions and pair a delicious meal with the right Glass of Bubbly. In this feature, I speak with a man who has helped many people to discover the vast world…

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