Water is the Critical Ingredient to Wine & Champagne

Written on 14th April 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in other-sparkling-wines

A Simple yet Classic Single Malt Whisky & Prosecco Cocktail

Written on 11th April 2017 by Christopher Walkey in other-sparkling-wines

Interview with Pedro F. Rosell The Grand Seigneur of Argentine Sparkling Wine

Written on 5th April 2017 by Michael Walz in other-sparkling-wines

Ask any wine connoisseur what goes into making a truly great wine or champagne and you will invite an in-depth debate of the pros and cons of different grapes, processing and crushing practices and numerous other factors. ... Read more

Who doesn't love to explore the world of fine Whisky and of course enjoy a glass of fizz thanks to that great sparkling wine region of Prosecco. So, what about combining the two - Can ... Read more

Pedro F. Rosell is interviewed by Michael Walz. 'Don Pedro', how he is respectfully called by the people around him, is Head Winemaker, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Cruzat, a winery that focuses entirely on making ... Read more

Time to open up the bubbly and let the spectrum in. There are old stories of Champagne in rainbow colours. Not that any was ever so bottled, just served that way. How did they manage ... Read more

For numerous people sparkling wines are a very popular choice and indeed, make an occasion into a celebration, evoking style and sophistication. Many countries, globally, produce sparkling wines. Some of the producing companies are large ... Read more

Education is the key when drinking Sparkling wine. Do you know your Cava from your Prosecco? Your Asti from your Lambrusco? Your Champagne from your Vouvray? From the appearance in a glass alone it’s hard ... Read more

The sparkling wine market has an exciting addition, Penina. It’s the generic term for sparkling wine in Slovenia, but as Chris Boiling discovered, it covers a wide range of styles… The number of sparkling wine ... Read more

Nestled in the Coteaux de Languedoc AOC between Pézenas and Sète on the Mediterranean coastline, Château de Conas has been in the Mas family home for over one thousand years. Fourth-generation vintner, Jean-Claude Mas took ... Read more

Champagne…Brandy… Curacao…Maraschino…and – ice cream! Where on the cocktailing earth can we be? Deep within Harry Craddock’s Savoy Cocktail Book of 1930, that’s where! The recipe in question is the oddly named Soyer-au-Champagne. No ice ... Read more

Litmus Wines have launched a new product combining gin and English sparkling wine. Ginking is described as a light and refreshing, low-alcohol (8.5%) pre-mixed sparkling beverage, best served in a flute with a twist of orange ... Read more

  A new cranberry and blood orange liqueur has launched this month which is perfect for the festive season. The liqueur is created using only the The liqueur is created using only the the finest cranberries from Wisconsin USA, ... Read more

The dream of Roberta and Antonio Stelzer begins in 1990, when Maso Martis was born. Since the beginning of their activity, they started producing sparkling wine, a real challenge in those years when the Trentodoc ... Read more

Luc Belaire, the premium French wine brand, have announced an exclusive collaboration with world-renowned artist Ben Eine. He has designed a limited edition custom-made backpack as part of an exclusive Belaire gift set, available at ... Read more

New Beginners' Wine Guide Helps Schools in Sierra Leone

Wine entrepreneur Jerry Lockspeiser is to publish a new beginners' wine guide, called YOUR WINE QUESTIONS ANSWERED: The 25 things wine drinkers most want to know, with 100% of its profits being used to build ... Read more

A Bottle of Bubbly for the Teacher!

Gone are the days when an apple on the desk showed sufficient appreciation for a teacher; in recent years, thank-you cards and gifts for teachers have made the end of the school year a holiday ... Read more

Discover the Vivante Range of J.C. Le Roux

J.C. Le Roux, South Africa’s leading name in sparkling wine, has revitalised its entire range by embracing individuality and empowering you to release your own unique vibrancy. Re-energised with a crisp new look, a new ... Read more

How J.C. Le Roux Make Méthode Cap Classique

Only sparkling wine made in the Champagne region of France may be called Champagne. In South Africa a bottle fermented sparkling wine made according to the traditional French method is referred to as Méthode Cap ... Read more

What's the Best Bubbly for your Graduation this Week?

This week, students all over the country are donning their caps and gowns to receive their degrees and bid farewell to the late nights, early mornings and of course, hard work of university. Some graduates ... Read more

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