Petit voyage au Brésil ✈️ avec ce vin effervescent méthode traditionnelle (chardonnay et pinot noir) ainsi que ce merlot arôme de cerise noire🤩
A little trip to Brazil ✈️ with this sparkling wine Traditional Méthode (Chardonnay and pinot noir) and also this merlot with black cherry aroma🤩
Avenue de Champagne at Epernay is the only street that has more champagne houses per square meter than any other place on earth.
You can visit cellars for a guided tour and tasting or just stay at one of many champagne bars opened along the avenue and enjoy a glass or two of precious bubbly.
My favorite champagne bar was @champagnedevignerons - really cool concept featuring champagnes from small growers. Every night they choose 4 different champagnes to taste and often have winemakers on site, so you can ask questions and learn about their champagne.
Scroll to see Florence Vandier talking about his champagne house in Sezanne, and explaining what grapes grow in each of the champagne region sub-zones. #champagnedevignerons#epernay#champagnevandier
Lately I have been visiting prosecco area in the north part of Veneto region.
Prosecco is one of the most popular wine all over the world but, how many people really know how this wine is made and what can actually be called prosecco?
Prosecco became DOC in 2009 and Prosecco superiore produced in Conegliano, Valdobbiadene and Cartizze are the only DOCG of the area because only here you have the perfect condition in term of altitude, exposition and soil that make the Prosecco expresses itself in the best way
I had the opportunity to taste a Prosecco superiore from @az.tonidoro zero dosage because I Don't like sweet prosecco and it was absolutely pleasent to drink, very fresh fruity but not too much and dry!! I really enjoyed it!! 🥂
⁉️What do you think about Prosecco? ⁉️