champagne

 
Less stress more champagne
Less stress more champagne
In 1992, South African wineries started using the term méthode cap classique (MCC) to describe the sparkling wines made here because the French...
What’s in the shape of your champagne glass?
What’s in the shape of your champagne glass?
Just when most of the drinking world has bought into the idea that the long, thin glasses are the perfect-fit vessels for enjoying champagne, or...
Bursting the bubble
Bursting the bubble
Not everyone quite gets sparkling wine. Including me, most of the time. What is it about bubbles that prompt so many people to forget that the wine...
There is bubbly - and bubbly
There is bubbly - and bubbly
Suppose you spent R300 on a bottle of wine, poured a glass for a few friends and knocked it back without particularly noticing the taste except to...

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