Sparkling

    Freixenet and Cava in Spain – My Youtube Video Series

    Champagne. Cava. What’s the difference or similarity? There are both. As you know, Champagne is sparking wine produced in the Champagne region of France, made in the Champenoise Traditional Method (with the second fermentation in the bottle), and Cava is sparkling wine produced primarily in the Penedes region of Spain, made in the Champenoise Traditional Method as well.

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    Prosecco Brunch Scheduled August 24 At Churchill’s Briarfield Location

    Wine service pouring a glass of the Italian sparkling wine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) A gourmet Prosecco brunch will be held Sunday, August 24, at Walt Churchill's Market Maumee, 3320 Briarfield. Maumee, (419) 794-4000. The wines of the Bisol family will be featured. Prosecco is a white wine grape grown primarily in the eastern part of Italy’s Vento region.

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      Wine review: Sokol Blosser Evolution Sparkling Wine

      TaylorEason.com: Wine, Food and Recipes - - 3 readers - The market for sparkling wine has exploded like demand for Bradjolina's sold out French rosé. I'm happily seeing more bubblies now than ever before, especially from the west coast of the U.S. There are a couple of reasons why. One is that people are demanding them -- mostly millennials seeking the unique and the bubbly ...

      The Sparkling Master

      Virginia Wine Time - - Claude Thibaut has earned a reputation for producing excellent sparkling wine. Claude is originally from France, and graduated from the University of Reims located in the Champagne region. He came to Virginia in 2003 to make the sparkling wines for Kluge winery; however, before then he had already sharpened his winemaking skills in California.

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      Pullus Penina 2008, Stajerska, Slovenia

      …A sparkling blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc, but not from the most obvious of sources Pullus Penina 2008, Stajerska, Slovenia (£17.95 Winety) Quite a full-bodied style of fizz, off-dry with floral aromas that make you wonder whether some aromatic grapes made their way into the blend, rich creamy/yeasty notes balanced by citrus freshness and a […]…

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      The Sparkling Master

      …Claude Thibaut has earned a reputation for producing excellent sparkling wine. Claude is originally from France, and graduated from the University of Reims located in the Champagne region. He came to Virginia in 2003 to make the sparkling wines for Kluge winery; however, before then he had already sharpened his winemaking skills in California…

      By Virginia Wine Time

      Dom 85!! Who knew?? Harvey Kurtzman knew.

      …This post is being written in a downpour of potrzebie popup ads. Not good. We have wines and events of import to review so let’s plunge ahead with another furshlugginer post. First things first. Happy Birthday to Dotoré. OK. That is taken care of. The venerable and toothsome reporter and hopeless Dodger fiend owes tBoW…

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      Pongrácz Rosé NV, South Africa

      …A Cap Classique (aka méthode Champenoise) pink made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir Pongrácz Rosé NV, South Africa (£14.99 Morrisons) Young boisterous and frothy style, with sherbet-like aromas alongside the strawberry and raspberry flavours. Has some citrus freshness, but there’s also a yesterday’s-bonfire-like smoky note that slightly spoils…

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      Freixenet and Cava in Spain – My Youtube Video Series

      …Champagne. Cava. What’s the difference or similarity? There are both. As you know, Champagne is sparking wine produced in the Champagne region of France, made in the Champenoise Traditional Method (with the second fermentation in the bottle), and Cava is sparkling wine produced primarily in the Penedes region of Spain, made in the Champenoise…

      9 readers - By MyWinePal

      Wine review: Sokol Blosser Evolution Sparkling Wine

      …The market for sparkling wine has exploded like demand for Bradjolina's sold out French rosé. I'm happily seeing more bubblies now than ever before, especially from the west coast of the U.S. There are a couple of reasons why. One is that people are demanding them -- mostly millennials seeking the unique and the bubbly. And two, the advent…

      3 readers - By TaylorEason.com: Wine, Food and Recipes
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