Welcome to a very special edition to the Wines of the World Seminar Series.
There are a wide variety of sparkling wines produced throughout the world. Sparkling wine contains dissolved carbon dioxide, which is released from the wine upon opening the bottle. The carbon dioxide causes sparkling wines to range from slightly fizzy (called pétillant in France and frizzante in Italy) to intensely frothy. The beginning of the production process is the same as that of normal table wine. Once the still base wine has been produced, various methods are used to create and capture the carbon dioxide bubbles. The top methods include méthode champenoise, the Charmat method, the transfer method, and force carbonation. T learn more, please join us for this very special tasting event and seminar. You will not be disapointed.
Availability is limited, so the first 30 people to enroll each night will be granted a spot.
If you order wines during the event, those wines will be in your locker by Thurssday December 21ast at the latest.
We hope to see you there.