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    Valentine’s Day Is Right Around The Corner

    By admin | January 29, 2009

    Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year…Can you imagine the wait in line for your sweetheart’s favorite restuarant? Instead you could opt for staying home with Chocolates and Champagne. Or even if you decide to brave the crowds you could have the champagne chilled and waiting as a surprise when you arrive back at your destination. Every Tuesday is Wine Day,plan ahead and save 10%. She will definately think you have things under control and be delighted you are thinking so far ahead. So guys get some brownie points(girls too) and stop in and see us for your Valentine’s Day Champagne.

    Selecting a Champagne:

    The most common is the ASTI or SPUMANTE:a very fruitty sparkler that can be up to five times sweeter than a brut.

    BRUT: Crisp,clean, very dry wine: contains almost no sugar.

    EXTRA DRY: despite it’s name, it is not as dry as the Brut. It has a hint of sweetness.

    EXTRA BRUT: Bone dry; the driest of the dry.

    SEMI-DRY or DEMI SEC: a friutty, sweeter wine; Somewhat drier alternative to Spumante.

    BLANC de BLANC: Means “White of White” and is made only of Chardonnay; Lighter in style.

    BLANC de NOIR: Means “White of Black” and is a white champagne made from either Pinot Noir or both Pinot Noir and pinot Meunier(both are red grapes); usually more full-bodied than BLANC de BLANC .

    FRIZZANTE: a semi-sparkling wine with less carbonation than opther champagne styles.

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