8 part video series (~3.5 hours) with high production value. Its not new but used to be behind a paywall. Its now available for free. Its a great review and history of the region with detailed highlights of several of the large houses. Enjoy!!

http://www.champagnejournal.com/episodes.html
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The acoustic guitar intro to Episode 1 has already dragged me in. I'll watch it over dinner tonight. Thanks for the tip.

PH
Watching it now. Looks well done. Champagne is one of my three favorite wine regions in the world. Along with Burgundy and the Rhone. Thanks for the link.
The moderator often looks like she has just smelled a fart. I think she needs to be served some Billecart Samon Rose and shagged rotten.... Banana

Taking a break for the evening.

PH
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I think she needs to be served some Billecart Samon Rose and shagged rotten.... Banana

PH


This is what got me to click the link. Cool
Interesting series, but they could have chosen a better host/narrator. Her pronunciation is terrible.

"Whurlwarwun" instead of "Word War One"

"ain" instead of "and"

And that's just in the first minute of episode one.

"Import'n"..... Ack! Makes it hard to watch.
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Been watching the series per the link, off and on.

Found the segment on Charles Heidsieck interestly informative. Several bits of info I never knew.

While I looked forward to the bit on Krug it turned out mostly 'meh'... Hosted by Remi Krug, he poured NV and discussed it, Clos du Mesnil and Clos d'Ambonnay. Made a brief mention of their Rose and nothing about Krug Vintage. One could obtain much more information on Wikipedia than that segment. Would have been better, IMO, to have been hosted by Olivier.
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Woot

Sorry, bro. Can you translate this one? Spanglishfrancaise? Big Grin Banana Devilish

PH

Big Grin

Interestingly meant. Thanks for not letting me stray, PH
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Originally posted by KSC02:
...interestly...


Woot

Sorry, bro. Can you translate this one? Spanglishfrancaise? Big Grin Banana Devilish

PH

Big Grin

Interestingly meant. I meant, interestingly. Thanks for not letting me stray, PH


Not to add oil to the fire but...
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
...interestly...


Woot

Sorry, bro. Can you translate this one? Spanglishfrancaise? Big Grin Banana Devilish

PH

Big Grin

Interestingly meant. I meant, interestingly. Thanks for not letting me stray, PH


Not to add oil to the fire but...


I think it was Yoda-speak.
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Watching it now. Looks well done. Champagne is one of my three favorite wine regions in the world. Along with Burgundy Niagara and the Rhone Finger Lakes region. Thanks for the link.


Big Grin
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Originally posted by Mimik:
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Watching it now. Looks well done. Champagne is one of my three favorite wine regions in the world. Along with Burgundy Niagara and the Rhone Finger Lakes region. Thanks for the link.


Big Grin


That's some cold juice right there.
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Watching it now. Looks well done. Champagne Long Island is one of my three favorite wine regions in the world. Along with Burgundy Niagara and the Rhone Finger Lakes region. Thanks for the link.


Big Grin


Let's get it accurate, please!
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Watching it now. Looks well done. Champagne Long Island is one of my three favorite wine regions in the world. Along with Burgundy Niagara and the Rhone Finger Lakes region. Thanks for the link.


Big Grin


Let's get it accurate, please!


I stand corrected. Cool

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