Digital Tasting Booklet for the official #Champagne Experience Day 2017 in London organised by the UK Champagne Bureau

Digital Tasting Booklet for the official #Champagne Experience Day 2017 in London organised by the UK Champagne Bureau

March 27, 2017, écrit par Christian Holthausen

Please click on this link to download the final version of the Digital Tasting Booklet for the official #Champagne Experience Day being organised on Wednesday 29th March at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. The booklet is smartphone/tablet responsive in order to facilitate its use on the day of the event.

Digital Tasting Booklet – the official #Champagne experience day 2017

The Champagne Bureau is the educational and promotional arm of the Comité Champagne. Here is a word from from Françoise Peretti, Director of the UK Champagne Bureau:

“We are delighted that you have joined us for our new-look Champagne event. The largest in Europe, the official #Champagne experience day sees over 70 Champagne brands participating. New for 2017, we have introduced a third free-pour area, themed to reflect key styles in the UK market; vintage, rosé and blanc de blancs. We are also hosting two tutored Champagne masterclasses and two round table discussions, in addition to our largest selection of individual tasting tables to date. This guide will assist you on your way around our new event and venue, art and design college Central Saint Martins. Containing a floorplan and list of brands partaking, we hope you enjoy interacting with representatives of the growers and houses and sampling a wide selection of Champagne wines available in the United Kingdom. As the leading export market for Champagne wines, the day celebrates our commitment to this market as consumers trade up in style.”

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10.00  Champagne tasting opens

10.30 – 11.30 Round table 1: Sustainable development first in Champagne

Hosted by Pierre Naviaux

Pierre Naviaux currently works as an environmental engineer in the technical department of Comité Champagne. Pierre has advised a large number of companies on how to measure and decrease their environmental foot print. He graduated from INSA Lyon engineering school and EOI Madrid.

12.00 – 13.00 Round table 2: Mastering oxygen in Champagne wine-making

Hosted by Delphine Goffette

Delphine Goffette is an agronomic engineer and oenologist who has joined the Comité Champagne team in 2011 and is currently working as a project manager in Oenology. Delphine was trained at AgroParistech and SupAgro in Montpellier, France.

14.00 – 15.00 Masterclass 1: The role of dosage in Champagne-making

Conducted by Patrick Schmitt MW

Patrick Schmitt MW, editor-in-chief at the drinks business, also chairs the publication’s annual awards programme, including The Drinks Business Awards for product innovations and environmental initiatives, as well as the magazine’s Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Champagne and Rioja Masters, for which he heads up a tasting panel of wine experts. He became a Master of Wine in March 2015.

15.30 – 16.30 Masterclass 2. Why reserve wines matter?

Conducted by Patrick Schmitt MW

17.30 Champagne tasting closes










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