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Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right.
Honestly, who doesn’t love bubbles? They are fun and sophisticated and no one ever is miserable drinking them.
A bottle of bubbles makes everyone feel like a royalty. It turns a lackluster date into a marriage proposal…. or a party into a gala.
Whether you’re spending time with your love, your family, your friends or just yourself (and your cat), Champagnes can make every moment a happy one.
This introductory workshop will provide you with a better understanding of Champagne by covering the stages from vine to wine; you will learn how to read a label; how to choose glassware and most importantly the art of tasting Champagne instantly.
1) Introduction of Champagne Regions and History
2) Understanding Champagne Labels
3) How Champagne is made
4) The components of Champagne and wine lingo
Wine Tasting Overview
(2 Grand Cru Vintage Champagnes [2009, 2006]) + 2 Non Vintage Champagnes + 1 Rose Champagne + 1 Prosecco)
5) Learn and taste the 3 most important grape varietals in Champagnes –
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier
6) How to taste Champagne like a professional
7) Compare and contrast Vintage vs Non-Vintage Champagnes, Grand Cru vs Non Grand Cru Champagnes, Champagnes vs Prosecco
8) Effects of taste in different champagne glassware
Take this opportunity to taste a Prestige Cuvee Champagne from Dom Perignon whose champagnes are one of the most well known around the world.
You have not tasted a champagne until you drank Dom Perignon!
Highly Recommended For All Champagne Lovers
Also taste our winning Grand Cru champagne which won the hearts of the Sommelier Association of Singapore and other well respected wine experts.
This grand cru champagne also appeared in “1001 Wines You Must Try Before You Die” book by Neil Beckett and its well applauded by Richard Juhlin, the number #1 champagne expert as a “rare and sought after wine…comparable to a high end champagne”.
Tyson Stelzer (Another award winning Champagne critic) says that this is equal to Dom Pérignon and Louis Roederer Cristal. That’s mighty statement!
The more you know about the champagne’s origins, its character, its value, and its ability to add magic, the greater and more lasting your pleasure.