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November 05, 2007



Champagne bars are no longer trendy?


the monthly tasting event sounds like fun...what exactly are champagne classes?


I've never heard of Champagne Bars, it wouldn't be something I would try. Looks like you and Rose had fun. I enjoy your photos.


Amanda, maybe they're still trendy, but the concept is nothing new I guess.

Eric, I think a champagne class involves learning about different types of champagne, maybe some history, and possibly how to pair certain types and flavors with food and occasions. I'm not positive, but I'd take it.


That place sounds cool! I'll have to check it out.


I'd be curious what the experts have to say about Korbel champagne. It seems like that is always the champagne people buy for celebrations and it always taste like a dry sock. Maybe its just the type of champagne. I like the Astis and Spumantes. Martini and Rossi Asti is a good one and it's cheap ~$11 I think. Cheaper than Korbel anyway....


I had Cristal this summer. It tasted like...champagne.


I thought it would have tasted like a couple hundred bucks...


Articles have been written about how champagne is in big demand and the growers are finding it hard to keep up. The articles said people were hording bottles and the prices were increasing. Has anyone heard this?

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