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Champagne serving suggestions

Champagne serving suggestions

Not cool down too much champagne: although it should not be hot, is much worse or even serve it too cold almost frozen; Do not fill only half the bucket of ice to cool you’ll end up only half of the bottle. Add water and salt to the ice so it melts more ‘quickly and cools more’ quickly even the […]

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007, Champagne on Her Majesty’s Secret Service

007, Champagne on Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Why James Bond in a blog about champagne? Really is relevant because the agent 007, in addition to being a great skier, skydiver, pilot, diver, dancer, seducer, etc.. is a man of refined taste for food and wine. Agent 007 has traveled all over the world, doing lunch or snacks in the most famous hotels and restaurants, often sipping champagne. […]

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Which wine do you recommend for dessert?

Which wine do you recommend for dessert?

…Champagne, surely We could take a cue from the fanciful legend that Dom Pérignon, monk of the Abbey of Hautvillers treasurer to whom we owe the events more ‘important that resulted in the birth of champagne on his deathbed, has revealed a secret to his successor: “To get a good champagne added to the must sugar candy, you’re pitted peaches, […]

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Champagne Deutz Brut Classic

Champagne Deutz Brut Classic

The history of the Maison Deutz began in 1838, by a group of William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann, two Prussian immigrant who opened a wine shop in Aix-la-Chapelle putting his mark on the cuvée purchased in the area. Over the years, met great success and decided to buy the first vineyards. The descendants of the two founders then expand the […]

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Moët & Chandon – Nectar Impérial

Moët & Chandon – Nectar Impérial

Demi-Sec Champagne A little gem, a rare demi-sec champagne in, though of course they were born as sweet wines. What we have here is a classic blend: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. A beautiful pale straw color, delicate. As they are delicate perfumes that at first glance I hear the nose: a little ‘honey and freshly cut peach with […]

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Interpretation of taste for Champagne Ruinart

Interpretation of taste for Champagne Ruinart

Chef de Cave of the Maison Ruinart, Frédéric Panaiotis, proposes a new tasting experience with its rosé champagne, thanks to the new Interpretation gift box and the aromas developed with the help of IFF (International Flavor & Frangrances Inc.). In the package, as well as a bottle of rosé, are placed eight small bulbs filled with the aromas that embody […]

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Champagne Collard-Picard Cuvée de Prestige

Champagne Collard-Picard Cuvée de Prestige

Today I will speak of a company created rather recently, in 1996 Olivier Collard and Carolina Picard created the brand “Champagne Collard-Picard” with 11 hectares of land cultivated with the technique of “lutte raisonnée”, which provides an usage less frequent and less aggressive chemical agents compared to traditional cultivation. I chose to sample their Cuvée Prestige for the characteristics. It […]

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Champagne Special Club

Champagne Special Club

Mesdames et Messieurs à Vous the SPECIAL CLUB … C’est à dire: the sum of all expressions of Terroir in Champagne collected in a single bottle. Born in 1971, the Special Club or Club Trésor de Champagne since 1999 is an exclusive association of about 25 farmers-producers (RM = Récoltant-Manipulant) of Champagne who have the common goal of promoting the […]

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Champagne Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2000

Champagne Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2000

Taittinger is a house that does not need great presentations, one of the best known brands and the general public with a production of over 5 million bottles, is present in major retail channels including supermarkets. Aside from a brief period between 2005 and 2006 during which the group Taittinger was under the control of the U.S. group Starwood, the […]

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Christmats 2012 Champagne as a Gift

Champagne is a festive wine par excellence, has always been associated with the celebration of a special occasion. The festive season is therefore an opportunity to drink and to give champagne. This series of posts I was inspired by those of Angelo Peretti Gourmet on the Internet, he, I think perhaps more wisely decided to give up the wine and […]

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