Love is Bubbling in the Air

Love is Bubbling in the Air

What are your big plans for this Covid-19 Valentines day? Whether your plan includes some warm cozy time indoors or you are all dressed up for a romantic dinner in town, there is no better way than including a bubbly as part of your celebration.

Let us see what are some of the options that you have available to you.

Champagne

All Champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine can be considered Champagne. I am sure you have come across that at some point. If not, it only means that the word Champagne is usually used commonly to refer to sparkling wines, but strictly, it only refers to sparkling wine from the Champagne region of France that has been made in a certain prescribed method. It is mainly made of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes

If you are wondering about the price tag that comes with a Champagne bottle, some of the reasons are that Champagne is a lot more time-intensive to produce and thus, more expensive, it is positioned as a luxury product and the demand tends to be higher than for other sparkling wines.

cellar, since caves were used for storing and aging wine in barrels or bottles.

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Methode Cap Classique

Methode Cap Classique is South Africa’s Sparkling wine made in the traditional French style. The coastal growing regions in the Cape produce outstanding Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay bubbly under a producer’s association called Cap Classique

Happy Valentines!

Whatever bubbly you choose to celebrate your love with, be sure to serve it chilled.

From us here at Books & Wine, we wish you nothing but warm, bubbling love to last you all year.

Cheers!

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  • DMM
    Posted at 17:47h, 13 February Reply

    Happy valentines to you too. Can’t wait for the first books and wine event for 2021.

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