Prosecco and Cava have had a moment in the spotlight, but Champagne is timeless. Discover why there is nothing quite like Champagne through a look at time and place.
- OXO2 Level Two, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, SE1 9PH
Time and place are two unchangeable and non-replicable factors that make Champagne Champagne.
From blends to Blanc de Blancs, vintages to varieties, there are many factors and decisions involved in the creation of a Champagne, and all affect the flavours you taste after the pop of a bottle.
Join Master of Wine Dawn Davies as she guides you through a comparative tasting of six Champagnes that exemplify just how important terroir (place) and a vintage (time) are to the final product of a Champagne.
You are invited to delve deeper into the intricate (and oh-so-delicious) world of Champagne.
Roederer Estate Quartet NV
Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV
Champagne Jacquesson Cuvée 741
Henri Giraud Hommage a Francois Hemart
Dom Perignon 2003
*You must have a valid ticket to The Champagne Show to attend this masterclass