Interview With Hugo Stewart – Domaine Hugo
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by Oliver Walkey
19h ago
There is no denying that English Sparkling Wine is on the rise, becoming an undeniable contender to Traditional Method Sparkling Wines around the world. To the English, it’s becoming a fan favourite and a go-to Glass of Bubbly, its quality is improving year on year and thanks to innovators and those willing to follow their dreams, the choice of English Sparkling Wine is expanding. In this exclusive feature we speak with Hugo Stewart, the incredible owner of Domaine Hugo, in England, let’s find out a little about his life in the English wine industry. It’s Lovely To Speak With You, Hugo, Can Yo ..read more
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Artcava – Create Your Own Cava – Interview With Eric Enguita
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by Oliver Walkey
19h ago
In this exclusive interview on Glass of Bubbly, we speak with the CEO of Artcava, Eric Enguita from Barcelona, Spain, where crafting your own Cava has never been easier and more fun to do. It’s Great To Speak With You, Eric, Can You Tell Us A Little About Yourself & How Your Journey Into The Wine Industry Began? “It’s an absolute pleasure to connect! My name is Eric Enguita, and I am a proud son of Penedès, a region steeped in the rich tradition of sparkling wine. Here, our sparkling culture is so ingrained that we joke about bottle-feeding babies with Cava! My adventure into the worl ..read more
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Champagne Prepares for the Upcoming Harvest
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by Glass of Bubbly Content
19h ago
As per each year, Champagne winegrowers and houses met in Epernay, within the Comité Champagne headquarters, to agree on the conditions for this year’s upcoming harvest. The available yield for 2024 has been set to 10,000kg/ha, a lower level than for the previous harvest (11,400 kg/ha) to reflect shipping markets. Key outtakes include: Shipments from Champagne in the first half of 2024 represented 106.7 million bottles. Shipments are back to a level close to that of 2019. Since the beginning of the year, the vineyards have been particularly wet. As a result of the lack of sunshine and a start ..read more
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Champagne Prepares for the Upcoming Harvest
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by Glass of Bubbly Content
1d ago
As per each year, Champagne winegrowers and houses met in Epernay, within the Comité Champagne headquarters, to agree on the conditions for this year’s upcoming harvest. The available yield for 2024 has been set to 10,000kg/ha, a lower level than for the previous harvest (11,400 kg/ha) to reflect shipping markets. Key outtakes include: Shipments from Champagne in the first half of 2024 represented 106.7 million bottles. Shipments are back to a level close to that of 2019. Since the beginning of the year, the vineyards have been particularly wet. As a result of the lack of sunshine and a start ..read more
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Dunleavy Vineyard – Interview With Ingrid Bates
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by Oliver Walkey
4d ago
There is no denying that English Sparkling Wine is on the rise, becoming an undeniable contender to Traditional Method Sparkling Wines around the world. To the English, it’s becoming a fan favourite and a go-to Glass of Bubbly, its quality is improving year on year and thanks to innovators and those willing to follow their dreams, the choice of English Sparkling Wine is expanding. In this exclusive feature on Glass of Bubbly, we speak with Ingrid Bates, the Owner and Manager of Dunleavy Vineyard, in Somerset, England, let’s discover a little about her life, her journey into the industry and on ..read more
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The Best Al Fresco Spots for Enjoying Champagne in London this Summer
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by Glass of Bubbly Content
4d ago
As Charles Dickens once said: “Champagne is one of the elegant extras in life”. Champagne exports now account for almost 60% of total sales (171.7 million bottles), compared to 45% ten years ago. The UK is still the second largest Champagne export market in the world; with 25,534,935 bottles shipped to the UK in 2023. Now the sun is (finally) shining in London, what better way to embrace the warmer weather than with a glass of Champagne in one of the city’s best al fresco spots? As the pinnacle of sparkling wine, Champagne is often associated with celebration. However, Champagne is simply ..read more
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Champagne Piot-Sévillano – Interview With Christine Sévillano
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by Oliver Walkey
5d ago
The love of Champagne is infinite, a language that everyone can understand, a sparkle that can shine in anyone’s glass, it can connect people, brings them together and places a smile on faces around the world. In this exclusive feature on Glass of Bubbly, we speak with Christine Sévillano, the Owner and Winemaker of Champagne Piot-Sévillano, let’s discover a little about his life, his journey into the industry and one of his favourite Champagne memories. It’s Great To Speak With You, Christine, Can You Tell Us A Little About Yourself & How Your Journey Into The Champagne Industry Began? “I ..read more
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Director Of Champagne Chassenay d’Arce – Interview With Manuel Henon
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by Oliver Walkey
5d ago
The following interview was completed in French, the interview below is being shared in both the original French and translated into English.   The love of Champagne is infinite, a language that everyone can understand, a sparkle that can shine in anyone’s glass, it can connect people, brings them together and places a smile on faces around the world. L’amour du Champagne est infini, un langage que tout le monde peut comprendre, un éclat qui peut briller dans le verre de chacun, il peut connecter les gens, les rassembler et faire sourire les visages du monde entier.   In this exclusi ..read more
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Breaky Bottom – Peter’s Notes, June 2024
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by Peter Hall
6d ago
As I start on Peter’s Notes for June, already rather late in the month because of the pressing work required in the vineyard for the 2024 crop, I am still looking to think back to the early days soon after planting. The photographs I choose will be rather higgledy-piggledy, but they are ‘of-the-time’ – my first attempts at winemaking, sweet memories of a long time ago. The Sussex flint barn, dated 1827, was to become the winery. I had no money to buy any equipment so my first harvest in 1976 had to be sent for processing to Lamberhurst, then the largest UK vineyard at 50 acres. Nevertheless, I ..read more
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Champagne Philippe Fourrier – Interview With Julien Fourrier
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by Oliver Walkey
1w ago
The love of Champagne is infinite, a language that everyone can understand, a sparkle that can shine in anyone’s glass, it can connect people, brings them together and places a smile on faces around the world. In this exclusive feature on Glass of Bubbly, we speak with Julien Fourrier, the Owner and Winemaker at Champagne Philippe Fourrier, let’s discover a little about his life, his journey into the industry and one of his favourite Champagne memories. It’s Great To Speak With You, Julien, Can You Tell Us A Little About Yourself & How Your Journey Into The Champagne Industry Began? “I sta ..read more
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