Italian Bubbly: Toast to Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG

Prosecco has long been synonymous with celebration, but now there’s an extra reason to break out the Italian bubbly – this year the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG region was nominated for UNESCO World Heritage Site by the Italian National Commission. It has been a nearly 10-year process. In 2008 the campaign to have the […]

A Taste of Wine from Brazil

The most exciting sparkling wine I have tasted recently is from Brazil. It’s the Casa Valduga 130 Limited Edition, and I discovered it an exclusive event promoting Brazilian wine in Atlanta. The sparkling wine is similar to Champagne as it is made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and gets its bubbles via the traditional method. […]

A Visit to Clos Triguedina

When you arrive for a visit at Clos Triguedina, one of the first things you will likely say is “I would like to taste something.” It is a sentiment that has been expressed there countless times over many centuries. Cahors and Clos Triguedina are located along the Pilgrimage Route of Santiago de Compostela. In the […]

Spotlight on Alsace

Sparkling, dry or sweet, there’s a wine from Alsace to match your taste. Alsace is located in the northeast of France near the border with Germany. To find it on a map, look for Paris, then move your finger east, through Champagne. Like Champagne, Alsace produces sparkling wine using the traditional method, called Crémant d’Alsace. […]