France’s Champagne growers are taking action to stanch the crisis by limiting the 2020 harvest.
From the Languedoc to the Loire Valley, winemakers are working hard to take care of the environment.
Looking for a premiere class sparkling wine? You don’t have to always reach for the bottle of Dom Pérignon.
The Champagne region of France has announced the start dates for the 2018 harvest, with several villages commencing harvest gradually.
Today’s bottle of choice is the Jean Philippe Moulin Champagne Rose from Naked Wines. This Champagne comes from Chardonnay with a hint of Pinot Noir for a fun and vibrant light pink color. This is a tasty and crisp Champagne that is perfect for the upcoming summer months.
Champagne is the perfect celebratory drink, but do you really require a true celebration to enjoy a bottle? I recently popped open a bottle of Jean Philippe Moulin Champagne Brut on a lazy Saturday afternoon.