From our family to yours, we wish you a safe and happy New Year’s weekend. Raise a glass of your favorite bubbly to celebrate. We look forward to making new memories with you in 2021.
Mrs. Tiedemann and I are mimosa fans. Although we differ in how they taste. She likes hers on the sweet side while I can drink ones on the dry side. Several weeks ago we were having brunch at the Chicago Cut Steakhouse (one of our Chicago favorites) and the waiter asked if we wanted mimosas…Champagne, Prosecco, sparkling wines
Today’s blog is another from guest blogger Tom Welsh, general manager and partner at Tapastrie restaurant: Everyone loves bubbles, right? So this will be a fun blog. Today I’m writing a general overview of sparkling wine, the various types and areas of production. Sparkling wine is often associated with celebration and rightly so, but it is certainly not necessary to wait for a special occasion to drink some…Champagne, Charmat Method, Crémant wines, French wines, Italian wines, Méthode Traditionnelle Method, Método Tradicional Method, Spanish wines, Sparkling wine
While I was rummaging around in my wine cellar the other evening looking for a bottle of wine, I happened notice some bottles of wine I had sitting out and my attention was drawn to their various shapes and sizes. This started me thinking about wine bottles in general and wondering how many different shapes […]Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, capsule, Champagne, Closure, heel, Hock, label, Mosel, neck, punt, Rhône, shoulder, wine bottle shapes, Wine bottles