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Please translate in en_us: Champagne Pol Roger Brut Reserve

Please translate in en_us: Champagne Pol Roger Brut Reserve

This mason was founded in 1849 by Pol Roger, quickly gained fame and recognition for the quality of its Champagne. In 1899 the heirs of Pol decide to change their family name by Roger to Pol Roger. Today it is a manufacturer of medium / large production, from 1.8 million bottles a year. The assembly of this brut is classic: […]

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Without her husband, but not without Champagne!

Without her husband, but not without Champagne!

Clicquot Ponsardin-, Pommery, Bollinger, are a number of eminent champagne House to have a special feature in common: their success is due primarily to the substance and the determination of the owners, once widowed, have managed to continue and improve the work initiated by their husbands in the wonderful world of French sparkling wine. First of all the famous Nicole-Barbe […]

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The Champagne Cru classification

The Champagne Cru classification

Ple Some champagne (or French wines in general), labels contains the indications premier cru or grand cru, in this article we will explain the meaning of these terms compared to champagne. Champagne is one of the few cases where the product, the type of wine and the geographical name fit perfectly. The name Champagne can be used only for classic […]

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La vie en Rose ou en Rosé….?

La vie en Rose ou en Rosé….?

A study on the uses and customs of different European countries has revealed that the color pink for the Americans is a symbol of consumerism, for the French is the epitome of excellence, for the Germans is associated with homosexuality (a legacy of Nazi culture ), for the Spaniards is the paradox and, finally, is considered a feminine color for […]

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Champagne Bollinger RD 1999

Champagne Bollinger RD 1999

Maison Bollinger did not need a big presentation for the enthusiast. One of the oldest and most prestigious, which dates back to 1829. The best-known peculiarity of Bollinger are fermented in wood, the maintenance of reserve wines in magnums, and use, in the vintage, the cork, instead of the crown, during the second fermentation. The resulting champagne have great personality, […]

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The Game of the taste in champagne

The Game of the taste in champagne

In champagne taste is influenced mainly by the impact of CO ² (carbon dioxide – carbon dioxide) in the cold, by the freshness and flavor that make feel fruity flavors, body and texture, indicative of aromatic finish and balance of all these factors, which determine the fineness of a champagne. The champagne must be drunk in small sips, without introducing […]

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Champagne Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé

Champagne Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé

I have to admit it, I have a weakness for pink champagne, I like the fact that there is much difference from on to another, I like the complexity and versatility in food pairings. Laurent-Perrier has been producing this cuvée since 1968, then in comparatively recent times. This is a rosé de saignée, obtained through the maceration of pinot noir […]

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Couriousity bubbles of the Dame, featuring Alberto Lupetti

Couriousity bubbles of the Dame, featuring Alberto Lupetti

La Dame du Vin is now drawn to a very special character, a man who has made of Champagne and one of his reasons for living. He does not like to appear too much and is a person who goes directly to the point, you do not lose time to talk. He tasted and it is expressed, and its olfactory […]

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Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Premier

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Premier

Louis Roederer Brut Premier 40% Pinot Noir – 40% Chardonnay – 20% Pinot Meunier A classic blend of the three varieties of Champagne for a classic Brut sans année (sa), which, in my opinion, is one of the best champagne “base” (even though I do not like this term) ever. La Maison Roederer produces wines with constant attention to quality […]

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Champagne Fleury Fleur de l’Europe

Champagne Fleury Fleur de l’Europe

Fleury – RM Courteron (Aube) 90% Pinot Noir – 10% Chardonnay The amazing Jean-Pierre (Fleury) in 1962 took over the running of the family business, following the classic winemaking techniques. In 1970 he started a cultural ecological marked not only on notions sterile apply to agriculture, but on a whole philosophy of life. In 1989, the transition to biodynamic cultivation […]

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