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Choosing a Sparkling Wine: What to Know Before You Pop the Cork

Jennifer Knott, Head Bartender at 312 Chicago

The Other Lil Bub: A Sparkling Wine Breakdown

The Other Lil Bub: A Sparkling Wine Breakdown

Sparkling Wine Styles Infographic-It's the holidays time to get the facts on sparkling wine.

Ever wonder how sparkling wines like Champagne get their bubbles? This infographic shows you how sparkling wine is made!

How To Make Sparkling Wines Like Champagne [INFOGRAPHIC]

Food infographic How To Make Sparkling Wines Like Champagne Infographic Description Ever wonder how sparkling wines like Champagne get their bubbles?

St. Germain Coctail (aka My new favorite drink):   2 shots St. Germain liqueur   2 shots dry white wine (Sauvignon Blanc is ideal) or sparkling wine (Champagne - My choice, Prosecco)   Top with 2 to 3 shots of club soda   Directions:  Add ingredients to an ice-filled  glass.    Stir well to mix completely.   Garnish with a lemon twist... So VERY yummy!!!!

Germain Cocktail "The Hummingbird" 2 parts Brut Champagne or Dry Sparkling Wine parts St. Germain 2 parts Club Soda or Sparkling Water - had this at new years

Cranberry and Grand Marnier Champagne Cocktail Recipe ~ Says: This one is simple, beautiful and tasty. Cranberry juice and Grand Marnier are combined with a sparkling wine (or even sparkling cider for those passing on alcohol) and it fits the bill perfectly. Easy. Gorgeous. Good.

Cranberry and Grand Marnier Champagne Cocktail Recipe ~ Says: This one is simple, beautiful and tasty. Cranberry juice and Grand Marnier are combined with a sparkling wine (or even sparkling cider for those passing on alcohol) and it fits the bill perfectly. Easy. Gorgeous. Good.

Champagne Informations pour les consommateurs de langue anglaise. Là, toutes les infos sont précises ... on peut acheter

Check out the cool Champagne infographic we created! Learn all about the different specifications of the Champagne region's sparkling wine!

Believe it or not, not all bubbly is created equal. Two commonly confused sparkling wines are Champagne and Prosecco. Key differences include the region, flavor profiles, and price. Use our helpful infographic to tell these two sparkling wines apart. #infographic

Champagne and prosecco are both effervescent wines that taste dry rather than sweet. Champagne can only be produced in the Champagne region of France, while prosecco must be made in the Veneto region of Italy.

Champagne floats - this boozy dessert is a hit a for summer bbqs, brunches and New Years Eve parties. Sparkling wine and sherbert makes a delicious combination in this adult float. | thebewitchinkitchen.com

Champagne Floats

Champagne floats - this boozy dessert is a hit a for summer bbqs, brunches and New Years Eve parties. Sparkling wine and sherbert makes a delicious combination in this adult float.

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