Champagne - Page 5

  • International Champagne Week

    … bubbles. They brought over a very nice bottle of Roederer Estate L’Ermitage Brut (a domestic sparkler from the Anderson Valley in California), which we sipped while waiting for my wife to return from a work event. Seeing that the Roederer had no hope of lasting through the appetizers (they also brought some lovely caviar as well), I checked my Cellar…

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  • Holiday Wines, Part 1: Sparkling Wines

    … and full-bodied reds. One style of wine that remains constant the year ‘round is sparkling wine. Whether it hails from the Champagne region of northern France or from the cooler micro-climates of the United States, Italy, Spain, or Australia, a good sparkling wine goes with any season of the year, all kinds of weather, and most anything…

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  • San Luis Obispo County Sparkling Wine Guide

    … Although I don't feel you need a special occasion to drink Champagne or sparkling wine, tis' the season for bubbly. The holidays are imminent, and Cali Coast Wine Country comes to the rescue with the first-ever San Luis Obispo Sparkling Wine Guide. Finding festive wines made in San Luis Obispo County for end-of-year celebrations is now…

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  • you deserve a grape today, san francisco giants!

    …! They only made 2,012 bottles to commemorate the 2012 year of their win. Guess they’ll have to make an extra two bottles for their 2014 edition! Like this: Like Loading... Related Tags: baseball, champagne, chardonnay, pinot noir, san francisco giants, world series. Bookmark the permalink.…

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  • Getting to know the region of Saint Chinian, France

    … Getting to know the region of Saint Chinian, France Posted by winesleuth in All, Food and Wine, France | 0 comments Oct 29, 14 I was recently invited to St. Chinian by their growers association to not only learn a bit more about the wines but also to discover the wine tourism that they have going on there. If you thought it was all vineyards…

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  • Wining and Dining in Paris

    … Last Spring I took a trip to Paris and I still dream about the wine and food we enjoyed there. At Clamato, a seafood-based restaurant, we enjoyed razor clams and other maritime delicacies with a lush Vouvray: In the cute village of Montmarte, we had a decadent lunch of Coq au Vin with a refreshing glass of rose: In the Saint Germain…

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  • “Champagne Wishes and Country Fried Dreams” @faithandflower

    …. And it was brilliant with the wine. Just enough acidity to match the wine- more than enough toothsome umami to play nicely with the bubbles. Perfection. High-class green beans. At this point in the dinner I started to really get into the wine and food pairings. It was playful- like being on a really fancy picnic. Post-modern foodie stuff. With great…

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  • Italian Winemakers Discover Global Warming Secret Weapon (VIDEO)

    … for inviting me on this trip and making it possible for me to share what I learned with all of you! Monique is the Founder and Host of Wine Oh TV and has a certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Monique is an experienced broadcast journalist and has worked at various television stations across the country and most recently at KPIX-TV/CBS 5 and KSEE-TV/NBC 24 More Posts - Twitter - LinkedIn - Google Plus …

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  • Grilled lamb in good company!

    … especially liked the 2002 Beaune-Greves 1er Cru burgundy from Michel Lafarge, even though it was perhaps a bit too bright and delicate for the lamb, but so satisfying, complex and charming like only an aged burgundy can! Here are the wines and dishes to salivate over: Champagne starter. Fascinating wine - a 1987 Corton-Charlemange white burgundy…

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  • Happy Champagne Day 2014!

    … Happy Champagne Day 2014! Here’s how I celebrated–grilled marinated chicken, oysters, delice cheese with pear…and a really special Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne to celebrate my husband’s birthday of a few days ago! This non-vintage blend of 100% Chardonnay is hand picked, ferments in stainless steel, and undergoes a full ML. A pale…

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  • A Visit to Champagne Roger Coulon

    …, boarded the train to Reims, I knew I was in the right place. I was about to embark upon another wine discovery adventure, my destination laid just ahead of me. After getting my luggage situated above me, I sat down, across from a young lady, who spoke perfect English, she was from the area, she told me I was going to have a great time. She explained…

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  • Champagne Day Experiment and Food Pairing

    … Today is #ChampagneDay, a day dedicated to the producers and champagne from the Champagne wine region of France. We decided to celebrate the day with a Champagne Jean-Claude Mouzon Brut. Earlier I wrote a blog about different wine glasses for sparkling wines. What is better, a flute, white wine glass or a coupe. As I poured the champagne I…

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  • Happy Champagne Day

    … Happy Champagne Day by Mary on October 24, 2014 Ya’ll know I never need an excuse to open up a bottle of bubbly. But in case you do, today is Global Champagne Day! So go pop a bottle of something bubbly and delicious. And in honor of the folks who created this magical beverage, please do try to make sure it’s from the Champagne region…

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