Discover Grower Champagnes

Welcome to the world of Champagne, this industry offers endless enjoyment and a front-row seat to look into the stars. In this article I want to share with you some of the most fascinating, exciting and amazing Grower Champagnes that are on the market just waiting for you to discover, taking a step across from…

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How To Read A Champagne Label

This is a Step by Step Guide on how to easily examine and understand the wording on a Champagne Label, so when you’re next in your local supermarket or looking online you’ll be able to recognize the lesser-known facts that a Champagne Label is trying to tell you. Step 1 – Selecting a Bottle Every…

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Champagne and Salmon

If we dive into the ocean for a minute we’ll soon come into contact with one of the stars of this article, we often enjoy the savoury, salty flavours of Salmon, a fish, that if left alone, will die in the place it was born. Our second star of this article comes from the grounds…

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What Does Rosé de Saignée Taste Like?

what does rose de saignee taste like

Don’t we all love rosé sparkling wine? Well, I hope you nodded in agreement with me and especially since we have such a wide choice today that now includes Prosecco (DOC rosé)! Rosé labels are available globally and offer such a rich red berry fruity tasting experience from Champagne to Method Cap Classique. Most sparkling…

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The Best Champagne for your Turkey Christmas Dinner

The Best Champagne for your Turkey Christmas Dinner

For those of us celebrating Christmas with a traditional turkey dinner on the 25th, it is highly likely that a drink or two during cooking and eating will take place. As Christmas time is a celebration for many then sparkling wines and especially Champagne are likely to make an appearance. It is said that around…

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Champagne, Cigars & (Ratafia) Champenois!

Champagne and Cigars

Three very big C‘s here in Champagne, Cigars and Champenois (Ratafia) and I wanted to explore how they exhibited themselves when paired together. Just to add to the C collection we also had a fine display of Cheese to enjoy in between each tasting. Champagne will need no introduction and for many will be a…

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Differences between Champagne Rosé & Rosé de Saignée

Rosé de Saignée and Rosé Champagne difference

Anyone for some pink fizz? Rosé Champagne is always a popular option and will delight many faces when poured. Full of red berry fruit delights including such descriptions as ‘strawberries and cream’, rosé Champagne is a popular choice from attending matches at Wimbledon to pairing with fine gastronomical desserts. What makes Rosé Champagne ‘pink‘? The…

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5 Rosé Champagnes

A glass of Champagne, sir? Why, yes, thank you very much! Oh, waiter, I think there’s something wrong with this Champagne How so, sir? It’s pink It’s meant to be sir, it’s Rosé Champagne Rosé Champagne, Rosé Champagne, Rosé Champagne, is it just me or does anybody else like saying that. Rosé has been making…

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A Trip To Champagne Château de Boursault

Château de Boursault is home to one of the most famous Châteaux in Champagne. In the small wine-growing village of Boursault, the château proudly dominates the left bank of the Marne Valley, 10km west of Epernay. Château de Boursault is situated higher than most other wineries we’ve visited, with the views from the château overlooking…

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