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Champagne drink blog

Champagne drink cocktail blog

Some blogs about champagne. Champagne, also called Champagne wine, is a French sparkling wine protected by a controlled designation of origin, the regulation of which required several centuries of gestation. Its name comes from Champagne, a region in northeastern France. Did you know ? Champagne is “good” for the heart. It contains the same antioxidants that protect your blood vessels, reduce bad cholesterol and prevent blood clots. This leads to a decrease in the risk of heart disease and stroke. Just like red wine, champagne contains antioxidants which lower bad cholesterol, protect blood vessels and prevent blood clots! So that means less risk of heart disease and stroke! Dom Pérignon began producing Champagne wines in 1668. He invented the second fermentation in the bottle, which surely makes him the founder of Champagne as we know it today. Dom Pérignon was also the first winemaker to produce a white wine with black grapes. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Sparkling Wine vs Champagne – What’s the Difference? October 16, 2021
    Sparkling wine and champagne often go hand in hand when drinking the bubbly. It is not surprising for many to be confused about the difference between the two. After all, how many people in the world are experts at bubbly besides the handful of sommeliers. Many people will be unable to identify a sparkling wine […]
    Raymond James Irwin
  • The Charmat Method October 16, 2021
    When it comes to bubbly and sparkling wine, there are all kinds and varieties to choose from. Did you know that champagne is only called champagne if it was made in the northeastern region of France called Champagne? There are other similar drinks such as Prosecco and Cava that also contain bubbles. These are merely […]
    Raymond James Irwin
  • Ice Cold Champagne – An Emerging New Trend October 16, 2021
    For those who know how detailed and intricate the process of making champagne is, one would assume that there would be a specific way on how a bottle of bubbly should be stored, served and consumed. And that assumption is not wrong! This delicate and luxurious drink must be served a certain way in order […]
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  • 4 Best Wine Refrigerators for Small Spaces in 2022 March 12, 2022
    Want to store (and cool) wine in a compact space like an RV, a boat or yacht, or in a small apartment or condo? Wine refrigerators come in many different sizes, including large wine maturation cabinets, under counter coolers for entertaining, or stand-alone wine refrigerators. And, lucky for you, some of these refrigerators are quite […]
    Jolene Unland
  • The 6 Best Corkscrews and Wine Openers for 2022 March 4, 2022
    When it comes to opening a bottle of wine, there are a lot of products out there that can do the job.  Clever kitchen stores and gift shops market all types of wine openers to wine enthusiasts, either for our own use or as gifts.  Don’t fall prey to all those cheap wine openers marketed […]
    Jolene Unland
  • The Best Champagne Buckets February 25, 2022
    With the rise in popularity of sparkling wine and champagne, wine lovers have an increasing interest in sparkling wine accessories like champagne chiller buckets, champagne stoppers, and wine refrigerators. There’s a wide range of champagne buckets—also called champagne coolers and champagne holders—on the market, and these buckets are available at many price points. Here, we […]
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  • Understanding More About Pink Prosecco February 16, 2021
    Pink Prosecco became official on 28 October 2020, or rather ‘Prosecco DOC Rosé’ to give it its correct name.  Before that date, Prosecco wasn’t allowed to be pink and only the white style existed.   Why? Because the Prosecco Consortiums who make the rules that govern Prosecco production didn’t allow a red grape to be used […]
    Julia Phillips
  • Prosecco Tasting Boxes – An Event in a Box October 28, 2020
    Prosecco Superiore Tasting Box   The new Prosecco Tasting Boxes are essentially a Prosecco event in a box.  A must do for any true Prosecco lover.  They capture the essence of the Prosecco tasting events I have been hosting for the past 6 ish years BC (Before Covid!).  I’d developed the events over the years […]
    Julia Phillips
  • RIVE Prosecco explained September 23, 2020
    Have you spotted the word ‘Rive’ on some Prosecco labels?  A Rive Prosecco  refers to something special and indicates a super premium quality Prosecco.  It is a fairly recent addition to the Prosecco portfolio and something any Prosecco lover ought to be aware of.  If you look at the  Prosecco Quality Pyramid below there are […]
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  • Sparkling Wine & Spring Pairings March 18, 2022
    We may be a couple of days away from the official start of spring, but Central Texas has decided to kick things off early. Our Hill Country winery is bustling with anticipation as the Texas vineyards prepare to awaken from dormancy. We welcome this new season of growth with the release of our spring small-bite […]
    Catherine Marler
  • Wine Club Pick Up Center December 18, 2021
    If you have visited either of our beautiful Hill Country wineries over the last few months, you may have noticed a few changes. From olive trees to the Heath Sparkling Wines Member patio, our piece of paradise in Fredericksburg, Texas continues to evolve. A recent project nearing completion is our new Wine Club Pick Up […]
    Catherine Marler
  • Thanksgiving Food & Wine Pairings November 19, 2021
    As we enter the season of celebration, gathering around the table becomes the highlight of many festivities. From Fredericksburg, Texas to New York City and beyond, memories will be made as we close in on another year and reflect on all that we are thankful for. Does the thought of creating a holiday menu and […]
    Catherine Marler

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  • California Chardonnay—Walking the Talk? May 27, 2022
    In the United States, the popularity of big, oaky California Chardonnays led, in the late 1990s, to a still-thriving counter-movement called ABC—Anything But Chardonnay. Today, scores of California winemakers hammer on about the importance of… Continue reading The post California Chardonnay—Walking the Talk? appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil
  • The New Super Sauvignons May 6, 2022
    One of the most exciting developments in wine over the last several years has been the emergence of a whole new class of California Sauvignon Blancs—wines that are bright, minerally, sophisticated, and complex, often with a ravishing… Continue reading The post The New Super Sauvignons appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil
  • Why Don’t I Love Beaujolais More? March 11, 2022
    I should. Gamay can be a fantastic grape. And the best cru Beaujolais’ have lots of what I love in wine—precision, freshness, structure, aliveness, a core of addictively delicious fruit. But somehow I never seem… Continue reading The post Why Don’t I Love Beaujolais More? appeared first on WineSpeed.
    Karen MacNeil

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Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Cocktail blog

Cocktail Blog Soft drink Bar Tips

Some blogs that talk about Cocktail and the art of mixology. The what? Mixology is the art of mixing drinks and creating cocktails ... and yes, the word does exist, it is about mixing and mixing. Bartender is a profession: proof through mixology, the science of cocktails. Being a bartender is a real job. In the jargon, we use the term bartender instead. You were probably wondering what is the most popular cocktail: the mojito sits at the top of the ranking of consumer preferences. The famous Cuban drink made from rum, mint and lemon is the most requested cocktail in French bars and restaurants according to a study conducted by CGA-Nielsen. There are also many non-alcoholic cocktails: San bitter is a non-alcoholic aperitif produced by San Pellegrino. Tumult, a soft drink developed in Germany by Coca Cola, is a non-alcoholic drink, which can be used as an aperitif. Versin is an alcohol-free vermouth marketed by Industrias Espadafor in Granada. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Sipping Under the Stars in the Crossroads at The Mercury Room June 20, 2022
    From the team behind The Monarch Bar and Verdigris, comes The Mercury Room. This the second bar the Exit Strategy has opened during a pandemic, the first being Verdigris in June 2020. The Exit Strategy includes David Manica, Christian Moscoso, Dominic Petrucci, and Brock Schulte. While the team is not new to serving up high-quality […]
    Jenn Beard
  • 9 Places to Go When You’re Looking for the Best Cocktails in Seattle June 16, 2022
    Over the years, I have spent quite a bit of time in Seattle. My last trip was three years ago. I traveled back this week to reunite with some people I met while volunteering in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Between visiting, eating, and ferry rides, we also made it to quite a few cocktail bars. […]
    Jenn Beard
  • A Pineapple Gin Cocktail You Can Serve Frozen, Hot, or On the Rocks May 31, 2022
    While most tiki drinks are rum-based, you will find a couple with gin. The complexity of tropical drinks can sometime overpower gin. But, when balanced correctly, they’re a real treat. I also love using pineapple in different ways in cocktails. Recently, I was experimenting with some new flavors and found something I think works multiple […]
    Jenn Beard
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  • Are Dry Ice Cocktails Safe? September 19, 2021
    In a quest to create exciting new cocktail variations, professional mixologists have turned to a wide range of surprising ingredients. One of the most interesting ingredients found in modern bars is dry ice. Dry ice cocktails offer visual appeal – imagine a bubbly cocktail served in a tall glass with “smoke” pouring from the top! […]
    The Bartender Company
  • No Sugar Cocktails: Using Honey and Agave Instead August 20, 2021
    With Summer here, we can all benefit from low or no sugar cocktails. Concerns about the extra calories in sugars, coupled with a growing interest in healthy alternatives to processed sugar, have led to a rise in the use of honey, agave, and other natural sweeteners in our favorite beverages. Bartenders around the world have […]
    The Bartender Company
  • How to Reduce Hangover Symptoms July 12, 2021
    There is nothing worse than waking up after a night of drinking to discover you have the dreaded hangover. Hangovers come in many forms and intensities, but they all share several common elements: Nausea, headaches, and fatigue. Much folklore surrounds the dreaded hangover, with unusual preventatives and cures claiming miraculous results. What is a hangover, […]
    The Bartender Company

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  • Birch Martini Recipe April 26, 2022
    From ultra dry to dirty, the iconic martini can take many forms. James Bond had his Vesper, and then there’s the extra savory Gibson, garnished with a cocktail onion. But today I’m diving into some uncharted territory with this Birch Martini! The post Birch Martini Recipe appeared first on Moody Mixologist.
    Amy
  • Sugar Maple Rum & Apple Cooler April 26, 2022
    This recipe is sponsored by BarrelCharWood.com. All opinions are my own. Sugar maple rum and apples? Yes please! This seemingly fall-centric cocktail takes those cozy flavors and makes them enjoyable year round, with a squeeze of fresh lemon and plenty of crushed ice. It’s sweet, tart, and very refreshing, making it a great spring cocktail for […]
    Amy
  • Amburana-Infused Tequila Honey Smash April 26, 2022
    This recipe is sponsored by BarrelCharWood.com. All opinions are my own. This amburana wood infused Tequila Smash is my new go-to spring refresher! After six long months, my amburana infused tequila is full flavored, and this simple blend of lime, honey, and mint is a great way to enjoy it when I’m not sipping it neat. […]
    Amy

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  • 3 Must-Have Cocktails For Your Next Camping Trip June 3, 2022
    When we think about going camping, cocktails don’t tend to be the first thing to spring to mind - but while we’re looking at creating a more indulgent camping experience, why not make camping cocktails a thing. Find the easiest camping cocktail ideas here.More
    Cara Anderson
  • How to host a gourmet BBQ cocktail party! June 3, 2022
    Say Goodbye to traditional BBQ fare and say Hello to the gourmet BBQ Cocktail Party. That’s what you’ll be doing next time you crank up the BBQ for a big occasion. Pair your favourite cocktails with a BBQ tasting menu to offer your guests a completely new culinary experience, and leave them in awe of […]
    Cara Anderson
  • Think Outside The Box & Swap Flowers For Cocktails June 3, 2022
    When it comes to gift-giving, most of us tend to fall back on the predictable old standbys of flowers and chocolate. Which is cool — if you’re ok with boring and unimaginative. But if you’re ready to up your gift-giving game, it’s time to shake and stir things up with a thoughtful, unexpected, and totally […]
    Cara Anderson

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  • How to Add a Twist to Popular Cocktail Recipes September 26, 2021
    Behind every cocktail is a story, and carefully choosing all the elements to curate your story, is when the magic happens. The post How to Add a Twist to Popular Cocktail Recipes appeared first on Mixology Crew.
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  • Fun Cocktails to Test your Creativity and Skill April 29, 2021
    Behind every cocktail is a story, and carefully choosing all the elements to curate your story, is when the magic happens. The post Fun Cocktails to Test your Creativity and Skill appeared first on Mixology Crew.
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  • Where to Watch Mixology Online: Our Favourite Accounts January 20, 2021
    When it comes to learning the ins and outs of mixology, we recommend any aspiring mixologist watch mixology online and learn from the pros! The post Where to Watch Mixology Online: Our Favourite Accounts appeared first on Mixology Crew.
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Gérald Mardirossian

About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Wine blogs about drinking

Some blogs about wine. Because it is very popular around the world. Wine is an alcoholic drink obtained by the fermentation of grapes, fruit of the wine vine. The transformation of grapes into wine is called vinification. Wine is the drink obtained by the natural fermentation of ripe grape juice (transformation of the sugars of the fruit into alcohol under the biochemical action of yeasts ... These were undoubtedly the Greeks from Marseilles who established the first vineyard in Gallic soil, at the beginning of the 6th century BC. After having been the object of a flourishing trade for several centuries, this wine undergoes the competition of the wine of Roman Italy From the 3rd century BC A good wine generally has a brilliant and intense color. In addition, the color of the dress is an indication of the age of the vintage. Thus, for red wines, the more the color tends towards red orange the older the vintage; a rather purple color will be the sign of a young cru. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. of the Mediterranean basin, in particular in Italy, then in G aule in 600 BC. The birthplace of vines and wine is in Armenia. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. They established it throughout the Mediterranean basin, particularly in Italy, then in Gaul in 600 BC. Good reading ! For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services and ask for your free quote.

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  • Hoop Wines (Mátra, Hungary) June 10, 2022
    Zoltán Németi & Zoltán Kerekes Gyöngyöspata, Mátra (Hungary) This was really a quick visit here, we're here at Hoop Wines which is run by two childhood friends, Zoltán Németi and Zoltán Kerekes who make wine from a small overall surface...
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  • Mátyás Páger (Mátra) June 6, 2022
    Mátyás Páger in his cellar Gyöngyöspata, Mátra (Hungary) Here we are again in the village of Gyöngyöspata in the Mátra wine region, and it was a short stroll from one cellar street to another and we reached this haven of...
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  • Balazs Palya (Mátra) May 26, 2022
    Balázs & Julianna in a parcel Szűcsi, Mátra (Hungary) We're here in a village named Szűcsi (pronounce sweetchie or something like that) which sits along a gentle slope surrounded by vineyards (see the pic on the left, best viewpoint on...
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  • A Complete Guide to Red Wine June 30, 2022
    Here, you’ll find a complete guide to red wine; how it’s made, what types of red wineexist, and how to pair it with your favorite food. The post A Complete Guide to Red Wine appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.
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  • Okanagan Valley Wine Guide May 6, 2022
    Canada's premiere wine region. Follow us as we head to the north in search of some great cool climate varietals! The post Okanagan Valley Wine Guide appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.
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  • Edna Valley Wine Tasting Guide February 14, 2022
    Read on for our best picks when visiting this hidden gem in the Central Coast of CA! The post Edna Valley Wine Tasting Guide appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.
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  • 2019 Whitehall Lane Sauvignon Blanc July 2, 2022
    Nothing pairs with summer like a crisp and delicious Sauvignon Blanc, and that’s exactly what we have here. This is our first time tasting this wine so we didn’t know what to expect but it definitely met and ultimately exceeded our expectations. Only doing the research now after having already tasted and making our notes, […]
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  • 2018 Chateau des Rochers Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux June 29, 2022
    When looking for value buys in the Costco wine aisle, some of our favorite finds are the small displays of random Bordeaux bottles that wedge in between other wines in the “cheap seats” (meaning the aisles of stacked wine, not wooden boxes). If you browse through our French review pages, you can find quite a […]
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  • 2020 Kirkland Signature Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon June 25, 2022
    Here’s another favorite from the Kirkland wine portfolio that is also one of the best values in the store, especially for fans of Washington State reds. Long time readers will know we are huge fans of Washington State wines. Bang for the buck, they are hard to beat. We were thrilled to bump into this […]
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Gérald Mardirossian

About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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