Topics :: Champagne
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Thursday Oct 4, 2012
Since 2007, Reims has been linked to Paris by a TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse - or high speed train) rail link, which makes the journey from Gare de l’Est in Paris to Reims Station in approximately 45 minutes.
By Mark Thompson | Thursday Oct 4, 2012
The next time you’re thinking of a week in Paris, think about spending a weekend in nearby Reims, the center of the Champagne region and home to one of the three most beautiful Gothic cathedrals in the world (the other two being Chartres and Amiens).
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Dec 22, 2011
With the holidays rapidly approaching, EDGE turns to Chef de Cave Regis Camus, seven-time winner of the Sparkling Winemaker of the Year award, to present a range of Champagnes from the esteemed Piper-Heidsieck/Charles Heidsieck brand.
By Louise Nordstrom | Thursday Nov 18, 2010
Here’s what nearly 200-year-old Champagne salvaged from the bottom of the sea tasted like to wine experts: lime blossoms, coffee, chanterelles.
Tuesday Nov 17, 2009
Chicago police said a West Side man who allegedly tried to walk out of a store with three expensive bottles of champagne under his jacket now has 63 arrests under his belt. Officers said the 70-year-old man was initially charged with misdemeanor retail theft, but the charge was upgraded to a felony Monday after authorities look over his extensive police record, which included 62 prior arrests. Read more...
By Jason Salzenstein | Monday Aug 25, 2008
You can bet that while I’m sitting at my desk writing about one of my recent trips I’m also sipping their most famous export. Of course I’m talking about Champagne, the lovely, bubbly, vibrant sparkling wine from Champagne, France. For those who love Champers, Francophiles, and sophisticated travelers, Champagne is not only a sparkling sipper that can turn any gathering into a celebration, but also a colorful, vibrant, fascinating destination that’s well worth exploring.
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