Champagne’s Rebel South

by Broad Street | Published 07/28/2015 | Alcoholic Beverages, Wine

The South isn’t rebellious just in the US: most of us are familiar with the greatest sparkling wine producing region in the world known as Champagne, the province of France. Thanks to some very aggressive politicking, it’s no longer possible to call sparkling wine made anywhere else “champagne.” Épernay is considered the champagne capital of […]

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Trends in Wine Selling

by Broad Street | Published 05/20/2015 | Alcoholic Beverages, Wine

While most consumers could name the top-selling vodkas, the same can’t be said for wine. There are simply scores of Cabs, Merlots and Chardonnays, not to mention the rise of the blends. Would you believe there are over 8,000 wineries in the US, with approximately 700 suppliers and 3,500 “brands.” The smart money is also […]

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