Pass a glass and pop the cork: Oct. 19 is Global Champagne Day, and we’re embracing it with some fun facts, tips and recommendations from an expert.
Wine expert Scott Greenberg asks, “Why are we so conditioned to drink Champagne only on special occasions?” After all, Champagne is one of the most versatile wines available. On Global Champagne Day, it’s time to find out why this bubbly is for all seasons.
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Repeat after me: “I will drink more sparkling wines and Champagne in 2017.”
You have an opportunity to bring a great deal of comfort and joy into everyone’s celebratory wineglass this weekend.
WTOP’s Wine of the Week columnist Scott Greenberg discusses the ins-and-outs of Champagne, and recommends his best picks for the holidays.
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If ever there was a day to start a new Champagne habit, the today is the perfect day, since it is National Champagne Day!
Scott Greenberg WTOP Wine Contributor WASHINGTON — Americans just don’t drink enough Champagne, which is why I love this time of year. It gives me an excuse to shout (or write) all about the wonderful versatility…
Imbibing a glass of bubbly is now as easy as pressing a button
with the introduction of a new line of Champagne vending machines.
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