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The Daily Sip™: Tag - Champagne

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Champagne Regained

In an age when many wine regions have evolved into Disneyland for adults (not that we’re complaining), Champagne has retained its identity as a natural wonder. Jacqueline Widmar Stewart...

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Swap Out Chips and Dip for European Cheese and Bubbly

Spring is in full-bloom and summer is on the horizon, so its time to move the party outdoors. What better way to celebrate the warm weather than with a cold, crisp glass of bubbly? Whether you...

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Perfect PB & J and Wine Pairings

On April 2 the nation will be celebrating. Not spring, not Easter, not the end of a day of jokes. Nope. We’ll be observing the oft overlooked National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day . The day...

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For Women’s History Month, we interviewed renowned sommelier Belinda Chang

With over 20 years of experience as a sommelier, Belinda Chang is an inspiration to the wine community. In honor of Women’s History Month, the Bottlenotes team discovered her style in...

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Stay in for Valentine's Day

For new relationships, Valentine’s Day can be stressful. If you plan an elaborate evening as a first date, it will be perceived as coming on too strong. If you’ve been dating a year...

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Win or Lose, There's Always the Wine

The Super Bowl is most renowned for gladiator-like competition on the field. When not watching the game (or more realistically the ads and half-time show), we all know that the close...

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Life with Wine: Rosé Champagne

When Belinda Chang , a James Beard Award winning wine director wrote the wine notes for Charlie Trotter’s Meat and Game , her biggest takeaway from the many weeks of sampling...

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Have Scientists Found Another Reason to Love Champagne?

Researchers at Reading University are studying a subject near and dear to all of us: Champagne. And the results of their work suggest that regular Champagne consumption (three glasses a...

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Domaine Chandon Celebrates 40th Anniversary on Bastille Day

When it comes to knowing how to celebrate, the French are masters. They invented Champagne, after all--and they’ll prove it again soon when they celebrate Bastille Day with fireworks,...

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Pairing Shrimp and Grits with Chardonnay

Are there many more dishes iconic to the South than shrimp and grits ? This low country favorite combines the fresh, ocean-breeze taste of shrimp with the rich, comforting soul of grits cooked...

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