Who Counts the Bubbles in Champagne?

champagne-glass.jpegI attended the champagne and caviar tasting at the Whole Foods in Coral Gables last night and learned a lot! I already knew I love caviar and am extremely picky about my champagne, so I was thinking I would just go and have fun.

Little did I know I would actually learn that champagne has 56 million bubbles per bottle, that the reason for checking the cork from a champagne bottle is to make sure it matches the label, and that proper champagne opening etiquette is to make the cork “kiss” instead of “pop”!

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Jennifer Wollmann

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  1. Jennifer Wollmann October 2nd, 2007 at 9:58:08 am

    Anita,

    Don’t know if they are specifically preparing pumpkin ravioli, but the cooking class is Oct. 29 at 7:00 p.m. You can find their Oct. calendar at http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/calendars/CGB.html.

    I don’t know if I am there #1 customer, but I sure enjoy the quality of their food and their business philosophy.

  2. Anita Duran Cachaldora October 1st, 2007 at 6:41:28 pm

    Jennifer…I think you must be Whole Foods #1 customer! Pleease let me know when the pumpkin ravioli class is. I would like to attend.

  3. Jennifer Wollmann October 1st, 2007 at 8:53:21 am

    Vicki,
    Thank you for the comments. My son told me he spoke with a very nice lady from EWM’s Pinecrest office regarding my blogging. I hope you enjoyed the fish…did you have some champagne with it?

  4. Vicki Restivo October 1st, 2007 at 12:51:42 am

    A Champagne “kiss” ! From this day onward , I will have an entirely new expectation with regard to Champagne! – Jennifer, you write a beautiful blog ! I had a conversation about your “blogging” the other day with a delightful young man at the Captain’s Tavern. I was picking up fish to grill that evening… and your blog was the subject of our conversation in the fish market. I look forward to each and every one you write!

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