Champ-fun has always been one of my favorite nicknames for Champagne – its the perfect descriptor for what happens when the cork is popped.
First, thank you for reading. We hope that you enjoyed our January quest to learn a few things about the wines, people and region of Champagne. I know I can’t wait to visit someday and walk the chalky soils, drive the crazy roadways, and visit the many growers of the region who are taking the road less traveled by not selling their grapes to the big houses. Consistency is boring.
Stay tuned for our take on British Columbia in February, which will include a trip to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Here is a summary of our Champagne articles:
- Ringing in a Decade with Champagne
- Take the E50 from Paris to Reims
- L’Histoire de Champagne
- A Running List of Champagne Favorites
- Time to Split
- There are Big Houses in Champagne
- James Bond’s Champagne
- The Greatest Champagne-Dessert Pairing