We’re giving away a Crystal Rewards 2012 Membership to one lucky local reader! Will it be you?
Our Crystal Rewards Membership is a value of over $190 including complimentary wine classes, free food & wine pairing recipes every month, private on-demand menue consultations for your event, a free gift on your birthday, 10% off any purchase over $20 and a $10.00 gift certificate!
You can buy it now for just $20 through January! February 1st the price jumps up to $35. Or, enter below for a chance to win a free membership! Entries will be accepted from today until 11:59pm, January 31st! The winner will be announced February 4th!
How to Enter:
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Terms & Conditions: winner will be notified by email or phone. Winner must respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be selected. Winner must be 21+ and a resident of MI.
This Saturday we celebrated the 3-month mark! We’re having a blast getting to know you, finding that wine that you just have to have and helping you discover new loves right on our shelves.
We’d appreciate your feedback as we review our first quarter. Would you take a moment and click here to complete a quick, 10-question survey to give us a “sense” of your experience with us? The survey is anonymous, so please be honest!
We’re open to your comments and suggestions, so feel free to drop us a line or give us a shout anytime!
Happy Holidays and thank you for being a part of Sense of Wine.
This Saturday we sampled delicious Pommery Champagne and the sparkling wines of Charles LaFitte and Pierre Chainier, but many wondered, what’s the difference?
Champagne is the region in France that made bubbly famous. Only wine made within this region can be called Champagne. All others from around the world are sparkling wine, even those made in different areas of France.
The complexity of making champagne is another feature that makes it stand out from other sparkling wines. It’s a romantic artistry that requires true skill and foresight by the winemaker. A blend of 30 to 60 different still wines, two fermentations and several years are involved in getting Champagne onto store shelves.
For the best sparkling wines, look for those that list “Methode Champenoise” on the bottle. It’s the closest you’ll get to the amazing flavor and effect of Champagne, but often with less expense.
For more information on Champagne, Sparkling and other wines, check out our selection of books in store now!