Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Top 5 Wine Stories of 2016

Any “best of” or “top” list is purely subjective, and this one is no exception. These are five wine stories that simply touched me, in a personal way, in 2016… The emergence of Prosecco. The sparkling wine that Michelle and

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How to Open a Bottle of Champagne — Safely

We want you to have not only a festive and fun New Year’s Eve, but also a safe one. A bottle of Champagne — whether it’s a vintage wine like the floral, fruitful and fresh 2009 Cristal by Louis Roederer

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Posted in Wine FAQ, Wine in the Glass

Yes, You CAN Open a Bottle of Champagne With a Saber

Around my house, we don’t count down to New Year’s Day; we count down to New Year’s EVE. Even though we enjoy Champagne and sparkling wine throughout the year, we tend to get out the “good stuff” on New Year’s

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Don’t Get Caught Without White Wines This Winter

I probably don’t need to tell you that winter is here. It began officially on Wednesday, although many parts of the country have been “feeling it” for weeks. For some people, that means “retiring” the white wines until next spring

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