Discover The Chablis Wine Region

Discover The Chablis Wine Region

Chablis, the outlier of the Burgundy sub-regions and one of the most famous names in the world of fine wine This quaint little town lies roughly halfway between Paris and Beaune and is actually closer to champagne than the rest of Burgundy It’s not only geography that defines this white wine Haven though, as the Read more about Discover The Chablis Wine Region[…]

Interesting Facts About Wine

Interesting Facts About Wine

Fact Fever Interesting facts about wine you’ve never heard before Fact no: 10 Spain is the largest producer of white wine in the world Fact no: 09 Wine tour almost top disneyland Fact no: 08 Wine cork is not for smelling Fact no: 07 There is more than 10.000 varieties of wine grapes in the Read more about Interesting Facts About Wine[…]

About Champagne & Sparkling Wine : Quickly Chilling Champagne

About Champagne & Sparkling Wine : Quickly Chilling Champagne

Hi this is Dave for Expert Village. Today we’re going to discuss champagnes and sparkling wines. Now, what do you do when you come home and you have a special occasion and your champagne isn’t chilled yet? What you want to do is get out your ice bucket, this will chill it very quickly so Read more about About Champagne & Sparkling Wine : Quickly Chilling Champagne[…]

Top 100 Most Famous Wine Names – A to Z

Top 100 Most Famous Wine Names – A to Z

this is Julien, the French winemaking guy who makes wine videos here on YouTube, yes wine videos, and we are looking at the top 100 most famous wine names in the world, those iconic names that make us all dream, at least it does to me, it makes me dream for sure, those that every Read more about Top 100 Most Famous Wine Names – A to Z[…]

How to Saber Champagne Tricks – DON’T FORGET to do THIS when Opening Sparkling Wine!

How to Saber Champagne Tricks – DON’T FORGET to do THIS when Opening Sparkling Wine!

How to saber Champagne? Rule #1 get your Champagne very cold (especially the cork’s end). Rule #2 Remove the entire foil and the cage. Rule #3 With the saber, follow the bottle’s seam. Et Voilà! Don’t overthink it. Just go for it frankly! Learn more about wine with Julien’s Wine School (Julien Miquel #JulienWineSchool).

Ruinart 1st-Ever Champagne House & Best Wines – Blanc de Blancs, Dom Ruinart, R de Ruinart

Ruinart 1st-Ever Champagne House & Best Wines – Blanc de Blancs, Dom Ruinart, R de Ruinart

Ruinart claims to be the first-ever Champagne house, founded before all the other Maisons de Champagne back in 1729 in Reims, the capital city of the Champagne region of France. Ruinart was named after the Benedictine monk Dom Ruinart, born in 1657 and who died in 1709 leaving to his nephew Nicolas Ruinart many books Read more about Ruinart 1st-Ever Champagne House & Best Wines – Blanc de Blancs, Dom Ruinart, R de Ruinart[…]

How To Read A French Wine Label

How To Read A French Wine Label

Wine labels can often be confusing when buying or drinking wine. However by learning just a few keywords and numbers, you’ll be able to understand the essential information that tells you what’s in the bottle, where it comes from and who made it. Our goal at ELICITE is to remove the confusion surrounding fine wine, Read more about How To Read A French Wine Label[…]