Tourism

A Day in Reims, Champagne

Regardless of how you arrive, when in France, travel to Champagne. Here, making and drinking Champagne is a way of life. If you love the nation’s namesake sparkling wine—authentic Champagne only comes from Champagne, France, after all—you could spend weeks exploring vineyards and villages sprinkled about the chalky, limestone terroir. I consider Champagne the Phoenix…

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Interview with Champagne-Booking.com

Glass of Bubbly interviewed Sonita Bachu, founder and owner of Champagne-Booking.com What makes Champagne, the area, so special? The various landscapes, friendly people and good honest food. The area has different regions in which different types of Champagnes are produced. Each region has its own distinct personalities. For example, the Côte des Bar produces a lot…

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A wine tour offering the splendours of Friuli and Zonin1821

Having explored much of Europe on the pursuit of fine wines, Italy is right near the top for both choice and tastes. Now when Zonin1821 came along with an invite that included the chance to experience the splendours of Italy such as fine ham, sparkling wines, cheese, coffee and more then you’d have to reckon on…

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Planning your Visit to Champagne

There’s something special about a trip to Champagne and if you’re planning a visit then you need to check out Champagne-Booking who just adore Champagne and want to share their passion for Champagne and the beautiful surroundings of the Champagne region of France with the whole wide world! Famous, of course for its sparkling wine, which…

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Capital of Cava: Sant Saduní d’Anoia

The town where it bubbles in every corner. The Capital of Cava is not well known to many people, although it is so close to Barcelona. Sant Saduní d’Anoia is situated just 40km west of the Catalonian capital and it was here Cava was first born. Since then the town has become the home of…

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‘Prosecco Road’ in Australia

King Valley River is a wine producing region in the Australian state of Victoria, home to the charming sparkling wine hub of ‘Prosecco Road’. A visit to the valley may make you think you’ve stepped into northern Italy thanks to the region’s heavy Italian influence – Prosecco in particular. It was Otto Dal Zotto who…

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6 Reasons Why You Should Try South African Methode Cap Classique

Bubbly enthusiasts might know that South Africa is famed for its ‘Methode Cap Classique’ (MCC) wines. These are premium South African sparkling wines made in the Cape using the traditional method. South Africa’s sparkling wine region is growing and it’s an exciting time for the industry and for consumers who get to taste these delightful…

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Reims: A haven for Champagne, History and Culture

Whether you’re a Champagne enthusiast or just a curious traveller, the Champagne region is an incredible, historic and beautiful place to see. Reims and Epernay are considered the commercial centres of the Champagne region, despite neither technically being the capital – which is in fact Châlons-en-Champagne, just south of Reims. There’s so much to see…

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A Must-Visit Sparkling Wine Destination: Napa Valley, California

California is known for its warm weather, sunny coastlines, great cities and good wine! Each country has their own distinctive sparkling wines, so it’s fantastic to explore. The warm weather and incredible views don’t hurt either! Napa Valley is one of the most famous wine regions, with more than 450 wineries. Some big-name Champagne labels…

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