England is famous for its pudding, its beers, its fish and chips… and now more and more for its sparkling wine! Thanks to the global warming (there is always a brightside), the production conditions to produce the sparkling wine in England are really getting better and the sparkling wine made in England has the wind…

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The bottle, in its broadest sense, has a fundamental role in the wine ageing and thus, its quality. The cylindrical shape was invented in 18th century in order to improve its conservation and storage. However, there is a significant variety of bottles size and BlogWines will introduce you this particularity which gives more choices than one can ever…

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The legend says that Champagne was created by Dom Perignon. BlogWines will tell you the truth… Who was Dom Perignon? Dom Perignon  was a French benedict monk (1638-1715). He was in charge of Abbey cellars in Hautvillers (close to Reims, France). One of the main activities of this abbey was to exploit a vineyard and…

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You would like a nice cocktail but not too complicated to prepare or without spending too much time to try to find all the ingredients? Blogwines has listed for you 5 very refreshing cocktails ready in less than 5 minutes.   Champagne Soup Traditional drink served in Champagne (France). Very refreshing drink, it is ideal for summer…

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Want to read books to learn more about the fantastic world of wines? Wine Pairing, Wine Tasting, Wine courses.. Check our selection below, these are considered the best books ever written on the subject of Wine: The World Atlas of Wine, 7th Edition – October 8, 2013   The Wine Bible – February 1, 2000…

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