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From Crémant to Cava to…Champagne. Sparkling Wines to Ring in the New Year!

Can you believe it? We are just days away from the year coming to a close and a fresh new one beginning. Such a great time to create a clean slate! Begin anew! And mix things up a little! I thought this New Year’s post should follow suit! While I love, love, LOVE creating sparkling […]

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The Frugal Wine Gal: Sparking Wine 101

Sparkling wine is a beautiful creation. Some say it was created by accident, and if so – what a great mistake! The process of making these kind of wines is complex, but worth every second of time it takes. Cheers!

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Wine Down Eugene: Special Sparkling Edition

From a one-of-a-kind Rosé of Carmine produced by Oregon’s Kramer Vineyards to a well-known Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut Champagne from France, here’s a list of some my favorites that will be perfect for ringing in 2014.

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Wine Down Eugene

From Champagne in France and Cava in Spain to Sekt in Austria and Asti in Italy, different terms for sparkling wine indicate the wine region where the sparkling wine was produced. Here in Oregon, we simply call it Oregon Sparkling Wine.

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Wine Down Eugene: Sparkling Wine Special

Wine Down Eugene – Dec. 28 – Jan 3, 2012. Whether you’re going to ring in 2012 with a French Champagne, a Spanish Cava, an Austrian Sekt, an Italian Prosecco or an American Sparkling Wine, it’s all bubbly, and the sound of a popping cork from a sparkling wine bottle is like none other.

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The Sparkling Future of Domaine Meriwether

“Making wine is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle, and all the pieces must fit together to create a picture. Once all the pieces are together, the further away you get from the picture, the better the picture gets; it becomes seamless and whole.”

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