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The Little Book of Champagne (Anglais), A Bubbly Guide to the World's Most Famous Fizz!
Welbeck Publishing
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14,5 x 12 x 1,9 cm
240 g

The Little Book of Champagne (Anglais)

A Bubbly Guide to the World's Most Famous Fizz!

Welbeck Publishing


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Originally served at the coronations of French kings, Champagne is now popular around the world and sales increase year on year as people discover this delicious, delightful, de-lovely drink.

Although Champagne only comes from a small area, there are many producers, ranging from the globally famous houses such as Dom Perignon, Moet & Chandon and Taittinger to the 19,000 vignerons who produce on a much smaller (but no less delicious) scale.

Champagne has its own vocabulary, etiquette and special place in popular and culinary culture and The Little Book of Champagne traces the history of the drink from its early years to the present day and examines what makes Champagne so special.

We delve into the intricacies of chilling (very cold), pouring (one inch, let the bubbles settle, then two-thirds) and drinking (slowly). There are also fun facts, quotes and sayings relating to Champagne's unique position in popular culture. So pop that cork, fill your glass and slowly sip your way slowly through the pages of this joyful celebration.

SAMPLE QUOTE: 'Why do I drink Champagne for breakfast? Doesn't everyone?' - Noel Coward
SAMPLE FACT: The oldest Champagne producer still in existence is Ruinart. They started production in 1729.
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