Champagne, why is it special? Find out during harvest in September | wine tour

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Champagne today has many competitors. More and more countries and regions are making fine sparkling wines. What makes Champagne so special? You will learn that during this tour that takes us to different types of producers, both small and big. We will go through the entire process of making champagne, but we will also talk about the climate and the soil and the major challenges facing the producers today.

We can promise many exciting discussions. And extraordinary lunches. Harvest is either underway and just about to start. We can expect a lot of excitement in the air.

Oak barrels and a press in a cellar in Champagne
Oak barrels and a press in a cellar in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography

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One Response

  1. Great post Britt,
    Looking forward to seeing what you write after the tour is finished in September. Hopefully this Covid will be gone by then so you can still have people go on this tour.

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