Don’t believe all you hear: the bubbles are not a sign of quality

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It certainly looks festive with bubbles in the glass of a sparkling wine. It is also beautiful. And then it adds some atmosphere. Small, fine bubbles and lots of bubbles are a sign that it is a quality champagne (or other sparkling wine). Lesser-quality sparkling wines have large and fewer bubbles. Is that not it? —No, that’s not true, the bubbles depend more on the glass than on the wine. This was well illustrated by our New Year’s champagne.

Including some info on what is the best glass for champagne and other sparkling wines.

Read more in Per’s article on BKWine Magazine: Myths about wine: the bubbles in the glass of champagne a sign of quality?

Travel: Come on a wine tour to Champagne with BKWine.

Tasting and lunch in Champagne
Tasting and lunch in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
Chardonnay in a traditional press in Champagne
Chardonnay in a traditional press in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography

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