Another holiday season, another holiday bubbly article by yours truly. This year, I’m focusing on three bottles of traditional method sparkling wines from Europe that are great values for the quality. No Champagne here, but give Cava, Crémant, or Trentodoc a try.
You can read my latest Vino column for
Biscayne Times here.
photo courtesy of Segura Viudas
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Jacqueline Coleman is a published wine + travel writer, podcast host, wine judge, & consultant. She is the monthly "Vino" columnist for Biscayne Times newspaper, and a weekly guest host on Linda Gassenheimer’s podcast, “Food, News, and Views” covering the wine & drinks segment. She is the Co-Editor of WineGuideMiami.com along with fellow wine writer, Sarah Phillips.
Additionally, Jacqueline is a regular wine judge for the South Florida-based American Fine Wine Competition invitational & THE Rosé Competition as well as the Key Biscayne Wine & Food Festival wine competition.
Jacqueline has earned wine certifications through the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 3 Award in Wine, International Sommelier Guild (ISG), U.S. Sommelier Association, and FIU Institute for Hospitality and Tourism Wine Program. She is a Certified Sherry Wine Specialist (CSWS) through Wine Scholar Guild.
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December 6, 2021
Biscayne Times, French Wine, Italian Wine, Spanish Wine, Sparkling Wine
Biscayne Times, cava, cremant, French Wine, Italian Wine, Spanish wine, Sparkling Wine, trentodoc, Vino column
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