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"I only drink champagne when I'm happy and when I'm sad. Sometimes I drink it when I'm alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I'm not hungry and drink it when I am. Otherwise I never touch it - unless I'm thirsty." - Madame Lilly Bolinger.

"Wine is the most civilized thing in the world." - Ernest Hemingway.

"Good wine is a good familiar creature if it be well used. " - quote from Shakespeare's play Othello, Act 2, Scene III.

"Wine makes a man more pleased with himself; I do not say it makes him more pleasing to others." - Samuel Johnson.

"Wine from long habit has become an indispensable for my health." - Thomas Jefferson.

"I drink Champagne when I win, to celebrate . . . and I drink Champagne when I lose, to console myself." - Napoleon Bonaparte.

"Champagne is the wine of civilization and the oil of government." - Winston Churchill.

"My only regret in life is that I did not drink more Champagne." - John Meynard Keynes.

"Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right." - F. Scott Fitzgerald.

WINE is an alcoholic beverage typically made of fermented grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients. Wine is produced by fermenting crushed grapes using various types of yeast. Yeast consumes the sugars found in the grapes and converts them into alcohol. Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts are used depending on the type of wine being produced.

Wine has a rich history dating back to around 6000 BC and is thought to have originated in areas now within the borders of Georgia and Iran. Wine probably appeared in Europe at about 4500 BC in what is now Bulgaria and Greece, and was very common in ancient Greece, Thrace and Rome. Wine has also played an important role in religion throughout history. The Greek god Dionysos and the Roman equivalent Bacchus represented wine, and the drink is also used in Christian and Jewish ceremonies such as the Eucharist (also called the Holy Communion) and Kiddush.

France has various appellation systems based on the concept of terroir, with classifications ranging from Vin de Table ("table wine") at the bottom, through Vin de Pays and Appellation d'Origine Vin Délimité de Qualité Supérieure (AOVDQS) up to Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) or similar, depending on the region. Portugal has something similar and, in fact, pioneered this technique back in 1756 with a royal charter which created the "Demarcated Douro Region" and regulated wine production and trade. Germany did likewise in 2002, although their system has not yet achieved the authority of those of the other countries'. Spain, Greece and Italy have classifications which are based on a dual system of region of origin and quality of product.

A "vintage wine" is one made from grapes that were all or mostly grown in a particular year, and labeled as such. Most countries allow a vintage wine to include a portion that is not from the labeled vintage. Variations in a wine's character from year to year can include subtle differences in color, palate, nose, body and development. High-quality red table wines can improve in flavor with age if properly stored. Consequently, it is not uncommon for wine enthusiasts and traders to save bottles of an especially good vintage wine for future consumption.

CHAMPAGNE is a sparkling wine produced by inducing the in-bottle secondary fermentation of the wine to effect carbonation. It is produced exclusively within the Champagne region of France, from which it takes its name.

Champagne first gained world renown because of its association with the anointment of French kings. Royalty from throughout Europe spread the message of the unique sparkling wine from Champagne and its association with luxury and power. The leading manufacturers devoted considerable energy to creating a history and identity for their wine, associating it and themselves with nobility and royalty. Through advertising and packaging they sought to associate Champagne with high luxury, festivities and rites of passage. Their efforts coincided with an emerging middle class that was looking for ways to spend its money on symbols of upward mobility.

The Romans were the first to plant vineyards in this area of northeast France with the region being cultivated by at least the 5th century, possibly earlier. Wines from the Champagne region were known before medieval times. Churches owned vineyards and monks produced wine for use in the sacrament of Eucharist. French kings were traditionally anointed in Reims and Champagne wine was served as part of coronation festivities. The Champenois were envious of the reputation of the wines made by their Burgundian neighbours to the south and sought to produce wines of equal acclaim. However, the northerly climate of the region gave the Champenois a unique set of challenges in making red wine. At the far extremes of sustainable viticulture, the grapes would struggle to ripen fully and often would have bracing levels of acidity and low sugar levels. The wines would be lighter bodied and thinner than the Burgundy wines they were seeking to outdo.

Contrary to legend and popular belief, Dom Perignon did not invent sparkling wine. The oldest recorded sparkling wine is Blanquette de Limoux, which was apparently invented by Benedictine Monks in the Abbey of Saint Hilaire near Carcassonne in 1531. Over a century later, the English scientist and physician Christopher Merret documented the addition of sugar to a finished wine to create a second fermentation six years before Dom Perignon set foot in the Abbey of Hautvillers and almost 40 years before it was claimed that the famed Benedictine monk invented Champagne. Merret presented the Royal Society with a paper in which he detailed what is now called méthode champenoise in 1662.

Although Dom Pérignon did not invent Champagne, he did develop many advances in production of the drink, including holding the cork in place with a wire collar (muselet) to withstand the fermentation pressure. In France, the first sparkling Champagne was created accidentally; its pressure led it to be called "the devil's wine" (le vin du diable) as bottles exploded or the cork jolted away. Even when it was deliberately produced as a sparkling wine, Champagne was for a very long time made by the méthode rurale, where the wine was bottled before the only fermentation had finished. Champagne did not utilize the méthode champenoise until the 19th century, approximately 200 years after Christopher Merret documented the process. The nineteenth century saw an explosive growth in Champagne production going from a regional production of 300,000 bottles a year in 1800 to 20 million bottles in 1850.

       
    Wine Auctions
  • Sotheby's wine auction.
  • 5 of the most expensive bottles of wine ever sold - The Week.
  • Most Expensive Bottle of Wine Ever Sold at Auction - The Wall Street Journal.
  • Most Expensive Bottles of Wine - TheRichest.
  • Most expensive wine sold at auction - Guinness World Records.
  • Top 10 most expensive wines sold at auction - The Drinks Business.
  • WINE AUCTION - Wikipedia.
  • Wine Auctioneers - Wine-Searcher.
  • wine spectator auction index - Wine Spectator. The index comprises 32 of the most important wines in today's auction market.
    • ACKER MERRALL & CONDIT - since 1820. Online auctions.
    • AUCTION NAPA VALLEY - "The American Wine Classic."
    • Aymeric de Clouet - Paris, France.
    • BONHAMS - since 1793. "Wines for sale are mostly held in our own temperature controlled warehouses in London and San Francisco whilst stock in New York and Hong Kong is also stored under temperature control at Western Carriers and Crown Cellars."
    • Brentwood Wine Company - "Brings you the world’s finest and rarest wine at exciting internet auctions."
    • CHRISTIE'S - since 1766. "With a succession of blockbuster sales and high-profile lots, Christie’s international Wine department once again led the global fine wine auction market by value and frequency of sales in 2013. Over the past year, we achieved wine sales of US$75 million/£48 million/HK$580.8 million worldwide, including all live, online-only and private sales, as well as the annual barrel auction for Hospices de Beaune. With sale centers in Europe, Asia and the United States, our unrivaled international network of consigners and buyers positions us as the global wine market leader."
    • Expertissim - French online auction site.
    • Heritage Auctions - "The World's Third Largest Auction House." Fine & Rare Wines.
    • MORRELL & COMPANY FINE WINE AUCTIONS - "Now in its third decade, Morrell Fine Wine Auctions was the first company to hold public wine auctions in New York since the repeal of Prohibition. Since 1994, Morrell’s has auctioned nearly $90 million of wine, drawn from the cellars of the world’s greatest collectors."
    • OMEGA AUCTIONS - "Fine Wine, Port & Spirits Auction."
    • SOTHEBY'S WINE - since 1744. "Sotheby’s Wine is both a retail wine merchant and auctioneer, with a store in the lobby of Sotheby’s headquarters building in New York, at 72nd and York. Sotheby’s Wine, which was formerly known as Aulden Cellars, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sotheby’s Inc. In May 2009, we combined our retail and auction wine businesses under the “Sotheby’s Wine” name and now offer a full range of buying and selling services across both channels. With the launch of our retail website, we will be able to offer wine buyers a wider range of wines, available for more immediate delivery (and consumption), in addition to our regular auctions.
    • SPECTRUM WINE AUCTIONS - "Launched in 2009, Spectrum Wine Auctions is the world’s newest live and online auction house of fine collectible wine."
    • VANQUISH - since 2004. "Whether choosing an outright purchase or our effective brokering terms, clients will access a global community of active wine buyers in a fraction of the time it takes to sell at auction. Our team's goal from the moment of contact is to maximise proceeds within a specified time frame. We match your wines to the active wish lists of our international clientele and seek the best price for your portfolio."
    • WINEBID.COM - "The premier online wine auction. Buy and consign fine and rare wines at weekly auctions. We offer collectors complimentary appraisals."
    • WINECOMMUNE - "Since 1999, the place to buy and sell fine wine online."
    • ZACHYS WINE AUCTIONS - since 1994. "The Zachys Wine Auction experience reaches back to the introduction of wine auctions into New York City in 1994. Our global team of consultants poises Zachys Wine Auctions to reach the ever-expanding worldwide auction market."
    Wine Media
  • Wine magazines - Wikipedia.
    • 23 WINE PUBLICATIONS - subscription channels.
    • Cellar Tracker - "The world's largest collection of wine reviews, tasting notes and personal stories from people who love wine."
    • Decanter - "Decanter magazine is - quite simply - the world’s best wine magazine. Read in over 90 countries, Decanter is required reading for everyone with an interest in wine - from amateur enthusiast to serious collector. Our experts recommend 4,000 wines a year."
    • eRobertParker.com - "The Independent Consumer's Guide to Fine Wines."
    • FINE WINE MAGAZINE - "The World of Fine Wine." ("The first cultural journal of the wine world.", Hugh Johnson, OBE).
    • FINE WINE MAGAZINES - distributing 11 luxury wine magazines in 6 languages to 85 countries.
    • Food & Wine Magazine - "Inpiration Served Daily."
    • GAYOT - "The guide to the good life." Wine tastings and reviews.
    • Harpers Wine & Spirit - British monthly magazine on wine, spirits, beers and cocktails. For over 135 years, Harpers Wine & Spirit has been the must read publication for the UK wine and spirits trade.
    • Letts of London WBS Wine Cellar & Label Book - since 1812. Includes an introduction to wine collecting, vocabulary, food & region guide, wine score sheets, cellar record pages and varietal tasting notes.
    • NOVUS VINUM - Gayot Publications has expanded its gastronomic empire to include passion for the vine. The definitive site for anyone with an interest in wine, Novus Vinum offers up-to-date information on all aspects of the ever-changing wine world.
    • THE WINE ADVOCATE - since 1978. The independent consumer's guide to fine wine published by leading U.S. wine critic Robert M. Palmer.
    • THE WINE ANORAK - "Jamie Goode's online wine magazine."
    • WINE & SPIRITS Magazine - American wine magazine. Print, digital, and blogs feature tasting notes, scores, Top 100 Wineries and restaurant reviews for enthusiasts and trade.
    • Wine Enthusiast Magazine - since 1988. "The World In A Glass." Lifestyle magazine covering wine, food, spirits, travel and entertaining topics. Its wine ratings, conducted by reviewers in major wine-producing areas of the world, comprise a large section of the magazine. Its website includes additional and original wine lifestyle-related content, and holds a database of 500 spirit ratings.
    • WINE SPECTATOR - since 1976. Upmarket wine and food magazine. "Learn more, drink better: The essentials of wine."
    • WINE X MAGAZINE - offers info on wine, food and "an intelligent slice of vice" for generation Xers.
    • World of Fine Wine - "Named Louis Roederer International Wine Publication of the Year three years running (2010, 2011 and 2012), we – The World of Fine Wine - are an award-winning magazine, website and app speaking to an international readership of discerning individuals who each share a passion for wine. Working with some of the world’s most respected wine writers, we offer authoritative editorial content that is seeing us become the go-to place for the global fine wine aficionado. We are a quarterly publication with subscribers extending across 30 countries."
    Wine Merchants
  • 1855 - "The largest choice of wines on the Internet." More than 25,000 references of wines.
  • ACKER MERRALL & CONDIT - since 1820. "America's Oldest and Finest wine shop."
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  • AUSSIE WINES - "Australian & New Zealand Wines Online Shopping."
  • Berry Bros. & Rudd, 3 St James's Street, London SW1A 1EG, England, U.K.
  • BERRY BROS. & RUDD - established in 1698. Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant. Sells wine from around the world, including en primeur wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Rhône and Italy. The only company to have five Masters of Wine in their ranks.
  • La Bordeauthèque, Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, France.
  • BordeauxthÈque - world's largest Bordeaux wine store (owned and run by Duclot, the Bordeaux merchant house owned by Jean Francois Moueix, owner of Pétrus) in Paris flagship luxury department store Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris.
  • CAVISSIMA - "Create The Wine Cellar Of Your Dreams." Online French wine merchant and wine cellaring and management service. Elected France's 'Meilleur Sommelier of 2007'.
  • Chambers Street Wines - "Home of Organic, Natural, and Biodynamic Wine." Opened in June 2001, the product of David Lillie's and Jamie Wolff's idea that New York might support a shop that indulged their love for naturally made wines from artisanal small producers. There are very, very few brand names here. We choose wines that express their origins, the talent and commitment of the growers and winemakers, and the inherent quality of the vintage. Every wine we stock is tasted, retasted, debated.... this is a shop where everyone who works here actually loves wine, drinks wine with food, and knows at least a little bit about what we're selling. Particular strengths here are the Loire Valley, Burgundy and the Rhone, Piedmont, Austria and Germany; we are always working to improve our selection, and your suggestions—especially for the New World—are appreciated.
  • ENVIE DE CHAMPAGNE - "Internet’s first Champagne store." More than 900 champagnes.
  • EVINITÉ FRANCE - "International specialist of fine French wines." You will find all the fine French wine and spirits on our website. Passionate of wines of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Cognac, Champagne or Armagnac, all our team will be pleased to answer all your requests, and to satisfy you thanks to the best French wines regions.
  • FAUCHON - the top luxury gourmet store in France. Fauchon cellar: wines, champagnes & spirits online.
  • FORTNUM & MASON - Piccadilly since 1707. Wines & spirits online.
  • Golden Vintage - "The world's finest wines at the best prices." Vega Sicilia, Romanée Conti, Pétrus, Lafite Rothschild, Cristal Roederer, Chartreuse de Tarragona.
  • Half Wit Wines - "Wines by the Half Bottle." World's simplest wine website. Over 1200 selections Wine & Champagne.
  • JEAN-PIERRE MOUEIX - founded in 1937. Saint-Emilion and Pomerol vintages, e.g. Château Lafleur and Château Le Gay (neighbours of Château Pétrus).
  • JUSTERINI & BROOKS - established 1749. Fine wine business selling wines to merchants, restaurants, hotels and private clients.
  • LAVINIA - since 1999. French wines online.
  • Les Caves de Taillevent, 199, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France.
  • LES CAVES DE TAILLEVENT - 199, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France.
  • L’Intendant, 2 Allées de Tourny, 33082 Bordeaux cedex, France.
  • L’Intendant - 2 Allées de Tourny, 33082 Bordeaux cedex, France. "A mythical ascent in the world of Bordeaux wines." The ground floor offers a wide selection of half bottles and delicious affordable wines. Then, the higher you go up the stairs, the higher up you get in the Bordeaux pyramid : after a selection of red and white wines at less than 20 euros on the first steps, you will find the crus bourgeois and second wines. Then you come to the classified growths of the Medoc, great red wines of Saint-Émilion, Pomerol and Pessac-Léognan, followed by magnums. Finally, a true sanctuary, the fourth and last floor contains a unique offering of large format bottles (double magnums, jeroboams, imperials) but also older vintages.
  • LØGISMOSE VIN - Danish online wine shop.
  • MILLÉSIMA - "Bringing fine wine to you." French wines online.
  • NICKOLLS & PERKS - since 1797. "Independent Wine Merchants." Nickolls & Perks are Wine & Spirit Merchants consisting of a small, dedicated team including three third generation family members. Quality merchandise: Bordeaux, Champagne, Vintage Port & Whisky are our main specialist areas, we keep a particularly close eye on new developments in these areas. New vintages are assessed regularly and improvements in winemaking and wine makers at certain Chateaux and Domains are recognised as early as possible.
  • Plonk Wine Merchants - "Plonk Wine Merchants is the ultimate online destination for artisanal, obscure, and most importantly, affordable wine. Plonk Wine Merchants brings you an expertly curated collection of incredible premium quality wine from around the globe at inexpensive prices."
  • SCHNEIDER'S OF CAPITOL HILL - "Fine wines and spirits." Unlike many of its compatriots, Schneider’s does much of its own importing and stocks its own private labels. Its owners often travel abroad to visit wineries and distilleries. As a result, the store has an unusually large range of products, each of which is has been carefully selected for its quality. They are stored in a 20,000 sq. ft., temperature-controlled warehouse.
  • SHOPPERS VINEYARD - "Discount Wine & Spirits." Committed to providing you with the finest selection of unique wines and quality spirits available.
  • SOTHEBY'S WINE - since 1744. "Sotheby’s Wine is both a retail wine merchant and auctioneer, with a store in the lobby of Sotheby’s headquarters building in New York, at 72nd and York. Sotheby’s Wine, which was formerly known as Aulden Cellars, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sotheby’s Inc. In May 2009, we combined our retail and auction wine businesses under the “Sotheby’s Wine” name and now offer a full range of buying and selling services across both channels. With the launch of our retail website, we will be able to offer wine buyers a wider range of wines, available for more immediate delivery (and consumption), in addition to our regular auctions.
  • TANNERS WINE MERCHANTS - "Independent family shippers of estate wines, since 1842."
  • tasting room - "The new Tasting Room is the world’s first personalized wine club focused on you – your tastes, your preferences."
  • TAYLOR & NORTON WINE MERCHANTS - "An early pioneer of wine retailing on the internet, Taylor & Norton Wine Merchants offer fine wine and rare wine, via a diversity of selection spanning over a hundred and fifty vintage years. We are Located in Sonoma, the heart of California's fine wine country. Taylor & Norton Wine Merchants carries not only the finest California wines, but also fine wines & rare wines from around the world."
  • The Accidental Wine Company - "Excellent Wines for Everyday."
  • THE DISTINCT WHISKEY COMPANY - "Iconic Spirits for the Few." Also exquisite selection of the finest champagnes. The Distinct Whiskey Company specialises in a very niche market of extreme high quality white and brown spirits and luxury accompaniments. We are the world’s finest spirits luxury club concept. You will find a unique blend of the world’s best product from all parts of the globe."
  • VANQUISH - "London’s leading Luxury Drinks Specialist to the UK on-trade, international institutions and private clients, focussing on the sale of champagne, premium spirits and fine wine."
  • VIN MALIN - French online store.
  • VSF - "Fine wines for fine yachts. We actually hold stocks of tens of thousands of bottles of the world’s best wines. We offer an unparalleled provisioning service with wine and food to luxury yachts in the Mediterranean area."
  • WAITROSE Cellar - "Wine by the case with a diffrence." More than 1200 interesting & exclusive wines, sources by expert buyers.
  • WALLY'S WINE AND SPIRITS - "Quality and Service Since 1968." #1 Wine Retailer in Los Angeles.
  • WINE.COM - "The #1 online wine store."
  • WINE DEALS - "Get amazing wine collection and deals at great wine deals website. Simply select and order your favorite wine and get FREE Delivery!"
  • WINE HOUSE - "Old & Rare Wines. Huge selection of old and rare wine, and spirits.
  • Wine Monger - "Winemonger.com is for this reason rather different from the average online wine store. Winemonger imports all of our wines directly from the small, mostly family-managed estates that produce them, in nearly every case the sole and exclusive importer for these estates."
  • Wine Vip - "Handcrafted wines directed from the winery."
  • WINEANDCO.COM - "The finest selection of wines and champagne on the Internet. "French online store.
  • WINEBID.COM - "Fine wine for the privileged many."
    Wine Storage
  • Traditional wine cellar.
  • 17,020 Wine Cellar Design Photos - "Wine Cellar Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodels and Decor."
  • CELLAR TRACKER - "Wine Reviews & Cellar Management Tools."
  • Letts Wine Cellar & Label Book.
  • LETTS WINE CELLAR & LABEL BOOK - includes an introduction to wine collecting, vocabulary, food & region guide, wine score sheets, cellar record pages and varietal tasting notes.
  • STORAGE OF WINE - Wikipedia.
  • WINE CELLAR - Wikipedia.
  • WINE PACKAGING AND CELLAR - Wikipedia.
  • WINE STORAGE DESIGNS - Lyla Blue.
    • APEX - CellarTec Signatur Cooling Systems.
    • APEX WINE CELLARS - custom wine cellars.
    • BUBEN & ZÖRWEG - since 1995.
    • CAPLE - "At home with style."
    • FALCON - "The Professional's Choice."
    • GE MONOGRAM Reserves - wine refrigerators.
    • GORENJE - wine storage and drinks chiller.
    • HOTPOINT - Wine Cooler Fridge.
    • Liebherr WKes  653 Grand Cru wine storage cabinet.
    • LIEBHERR - multi temperature wine cabinets, wine storage cabinets & wine cabinets vinidor.
    • Linley Antique Wine Company Collector's Case: £12,800.
    • LINLEY - Antique Wine Company Collector's Case.
    • MIELE - since 1899. "Immer Besser." Wine storage units.
    • RANGEMASTER - "Built from experience." Selection of Wine Storage Units to keep your prized collection at optimum conditions and temperature. Key features include UV-resistant glass doors, heavy-duty shelving and vibration-free operation.
    • SAMSUNG WINE CELLAR - compact size fridge. The premium wine cellar furnished with upgraded multi-technology, larger capacity, and prestigious design.
    • SUB-ZERO Wolf - wine storage.
    • VIKING - wine cellar storage systems.
    • Vin de Garde - wine cellars, custom cellars, cooling units, wineracks.
    • VINOTEMP INTERNATIONAL - custom wine cellars, wine racks, wine coolers, wine storage.
    • Vintage View - Clean. Simple. Elegant. "It is our mission to make the VintageView Wine Storage System the industry standard for wine storage and display throughout the world."
    • WINE CELLAR INNOVATIONS - custom designed wine cellars and wine rooms.
    • WINE HARDWARE - "You've got the wine, we've got the hardware." Whatever your budget, whatever the size of your collection, Wine Hardware carries the very best in refrigerated wine cellars and cabinets.
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