champagne

How Champagne is Made – Part Two

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By Nick Adams, Master of Wine Pupitre bottle racks A classic scene of a Champagne cellar where the magic of bubbles happens and the wine ages. It all starts when a solution of dissolved sugar, […]

How Champagne Is Made – Part One

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By Nick Adams, Master of Wine. It is absolutely fascinating how bottle fermented sparkling wine is made. I could have committed this to prose and included a few pictures but felt that the subject matter […]

Fish and Chips and wines by Kerstin Rodgers aka @msmarmitelover

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The great British meal, fish and chips, served around the world as typically English, is not actually British but Jewish Portuguese. According to hallowed food writer Claudia Roden, it was originally brought here by Portuguese Marrano Jewish refugees […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from WineTrust!

Christmas New Year

WRAPPING UP At WineTrust we hope we have served all of your wine needs to get you through the festive season. Christmas is one of the best occasions for enjoying good wine, as it is a […]

Bollinger, but maybe not as you know it!

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Few Houses are as synonymous with Champagne as Bollinger; the eminent producers boast a decorated history, their wines as popular and revered as ever – it’s even 007’s Champagne of choice (keep a look out in the latest Bond installment!) […]

Charles Heidseick: Champagne as good as it gets

Charles Heidsieck: more awards

  “I don’t think any acclaim this house has received has ever been sufficient. After more than 30 years’ intensive experience and a great deal of mature reflection, I have ripped up my old list […]

IWC Trophy and Gold again for Charles Heidsieck Champagne

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IWC 2015 Trophy winner yet again! Charles Heidsieck Brut Rosé Réserve wins the “best in show” trophy for the finest NV Rosé Champagne.  Year after year, trophy after trophy, Charles Heidsieck simply sets the standards that […]

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