Maggie Henriquez - Queen of Champagne

Written on 26th May 2017 by Stu Nudelman in champagne

Vintage Champagne

Written on 24th May 2017 by Laura Clay in champagne

How did Champagne Become a Mandatory Accessory for Celebration?

Written on 18th May 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in champagne

So how many chances in life, do you get to interview an icon of an industry? Well, I can say I have been lucky enough, and blessed, to have done many interviews with some industry ... Read more

Vintage – an ordinary word which can somehow lift the spirits or confound and confuse. When used in terms of fashion it can quite throw me. I get it that a handbag my grandma might ... Read more

Champagne has always been a special treat to the senses. Its fine bubbles can't be reproduced by any means - no artificially added bubbles give your tongue quite the sensation of the traditionally manufactured Champagne. ... Read more

Jean-Charles Boisset, one of the most passionate, hardworking people in the wine industry has done it again. This time, with Champagne... and it is downright delicious. Jean-Charles wanted to celebrate the history behind Agoston Harasthy ... Read more

When it comes to fine wines we do see a fair amount of focus placed on serving suggestions from glassware to food compliments, decanters to ideal temperatures and rightly so many wine professionals would say ... Read more

Perfect Foods with Champagne other than caviar Scallops with Extra-Sec Blanquette de Veau with Blanc de Blancs Fish & Chips with everyday good quality Brut Seafood platter with Zero Dosage Lobster and langoustine with a ... Read more

Just as there have been many dashing actors portraying the infamous James Bond over the years, he has had many fabulous Champagne co-stars. With the twenty fourth James Bond film 'Spectre', Daniel Craig's James Bond ... Read more

When you have been in an industry for a few years you certainly get to find out who the characters are, those to know, those to stay clear of, ones who will make you laugh, ... Read more

The villages in the appellation are well known for their Champagne themed decorations. The Aube has one new one and another in development that will add to an already rich collection. Hautvillers is famous for ... Read more

Did you know that 83% of Bingo players multitask while playing the game? They actually do and the fact that you can play the game physically with friends as well as online on bingo sites only ... Read more

A range of luxury Champagne-infused shampoo has been launched by Cuvée Beauty. Founder of the beauty company Rachel Katzman claims the idea came to her after she had Champagne sprayed over her hair - and ... Read more

Champagne AR Lenoble and their agent Flint Wines have made special holiday gift packaging available to UK retailers for this Christmas. Featuring an attractive design with an abstract bottle motif also suggestive of a Christmas ... Read more

The first three steps of the Champagne making process result in environmentally hazardous waste. Pressing the grapes gives marc or pomace. It consists of skin, pulp, pips and stems. Clarification gives deposits in the must. ... Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Champagne by Liz Palmer is a new book which takes you through, chapter by chapter, to find out everything you need to know about the wonderful world of Champagne. With original ... Read more

Opening of a venue unique in Champagne in the heart of the Maison de Venoge at Epernay A night within the walls of a prestigious Champagne House offering a totally unique experience has today become ... Read more

After meticulous development, Champagne de Watere are proud to present their carbon fibre Champagne coolers. Weighing just under 500 grams, but capable of holding up to four bottles of your favourite Champagne. They are the ... Read more

The tempting allure of Champagne reaches fans in even the deepest of landlocked Africa.  I was recently in Kigali, Rwanda, on a business trip and was excited to discover the strong presence of Taittinger Champagne ... Read more

Members of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have been advised not to pop Champagne corks in order to avoid distracting or injuring outfielders at Lord's. The move follows formal complaints from visiting teams that their ... Read more

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