Thursday, July 5, 2012
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Melissa Sutherland Amado | Dir of Marketing & Wine Buyer | Find her Tweeting @melissa_ful
Bubbles. Effervescence. Fizz.
Whatever charming words we use to describe these beloved, non-champagne bubbles, there’s one constant: Wine drinking would be less exciting without them.
In July, we celebrate Fizzies each Thursday, from 4-7PM on the second floor.
At these sessions, you have the opportunity to taste fizzies made from off the beaten path varieties such as Pignoletto (from Emilia Romagna), a bubbly from the volcanic vineyards of Sicily’s Mount Etna; an old vine Gamay sparkler from the Loire; and more from Spain, Italy, France, and Austria, including surprise blind bottles. We love fizzies and you should to, because in a still wine world, bubbles have built-in appeal.
Add more Fizz to your life, all month long. Find our entire selection of FizzFest wines here.
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