The original Prosecco wasn’t the sweet, fruity bubbly we know today. Find out more about “col fondo” or “rifermentato in bottiglia,” a funky, cloudy Prosecco unlike any other.
Crémant is a group of sparkling wines made with the same technique as Champagne but from outside the Champagne region. This article details the 9 different Crémant wines of France and Luxembourg.
With just a teaspoon of simple syrup per glass, you’ll find they’re only delicately sweet and not cloying.
Learn more about this fascinating sparkler including how to choose Prosecco, the different styles, the main winemaking region, Valdobbiadene, and what foods to pair with it.
The taste of Champagne is greatly affected by the shape of the glass! So, in order to have the best tasting sparkling wine, here’s a little insight on how to choose the right glasses for your Champagne preference.
Learn the primary methods used for sparkling wine production including the traditional Champagne method and the tank method (used for Prosecco).
The more you know about Cava, the more you realize its similarities to Champagne. This article will help you identify great Cava wines by understanding the different styles and what to look for.
If you love to drink rosé, white, and sparkling wine you should know that clear glass bottles have been shown to cause light strike…
Which Champagne brand is better? We break down the technical details of the differences between these two incredible (and expensive) Champagnes.
In this tasting we’ll compare the differences of Champagne and Prosecco by taste and by winemaking methodology. You’ll learn the real reasons why these wines belong in a category of their own.
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