Everything that I do is about educating, whether it’s teaching or consulting. We look at the entire world of wine – the business end, the viniculture; viticulture and how everything works – not only how it tastes or smells. 

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Champagne* is for celebrating.  It is synonymous with happy times and new beginnings. In North America, historically, that meant New Years’ Eve, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings etc.  That has changed! I like to believe that every day above dirt can be a celebration, and although we may not be able to afford actual ‘Champagne’ for every one of these moments, there are many lovely sparkling alternatives that won’t break your budget. Understanding the differences might help you decide just which sparkling wine fits your current joyous occasion. * For those that may not know, Champagne is a sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is Champagne. Champagne comes only from