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Sparkling Wines

Sparkling wine is made from various grape varieties, undergoing a secondary fermentation to create its bubbles. The two main production methods are the Traditional Method and the Charmat Method. The Traditional Method, used in Champagne, involves a secondary fermentation in the bottle, creating finer bubbles and complex flavours from extended aging on the lees. The Charmat Method, used in Prosecco, involves a secondary fermentation in large stainless steel tanks, resulting in fresh, fruity flavours and larger, more effervescent bubbles. Styles range from light and crisp Champagne to fruity and aromatic Prosecco, each offering unique characteristics and flavours.

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“Jess was incredibly knowledgeable, passionate, and made the tasting an educational and enjoyable experience. Her professionalism added an extra layer of appreciation to every sip.”

Amy Anton

“This was a fantastic experience. The wine and cheese were paired to perfection and I learned a lot too! Jessica was very knowledgeable and made it a really fun evening. 5 stars – would recommend!”

Jack Byrne

“I ordered hampers for corporate gifts and they were extremely well received, with many of the recipients stating it was the best hamper they had ever been given. Great selection of cheese and wine and Jess was extremely helpful with placing the orders.”

Sophie Labarthe

“Jess hosted a wine and cheese tasting for my hen party. She brought a range of wines and cheeses which were all stunning, beautifully presented and so well thoughtfully paired. I would totally recommend her and wouldn’t trust anyone else!”

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