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The Daily Sip™: Tag - Champagne

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Famous Historical Figures and Their Wine Obsessions

On this Christmas eve we thought we would celebrate some of the famous and powerful people throughout history who loved wine. In addition to being a wonderful accompaniment to Christmas...

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The Where and Why of Wine Bottle Shapes

The most basic aspect of wine packaging – the bottle shape – can tell you a great deal about the wine before the cork is even popped. Read on to learn about the basic bottle shapes...

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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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Classic and creative wine choices this Valentine's Day

The French are celebrated for their quixotic sensibilities, so it is no surprise that France produces Saint-Amour and Champagne , two wines that befit Valentine’s Day. The...

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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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Which white wine varietal tends to be strikingly acidic and herbal?

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