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February Spotlight: Champagne 

Dezilu’s Newsletter February Spotlight: Champagne  This story begins on coronation day in 987 at the Reims Cathedral; located in the heart of the champagne region in northeast France. The Pinot Noir champagne was poured at the request of the king, Hugh Capet, and from that time forward, it made its appearance for coronation days, marking the beginning of champagne as a celebratory wine.  However, throughout the Middle Ages and part of the Renaissance period, the winemakers envied their Burgundy neighbors to the south and desired to create the same style of…

Dezilu’s Premiere Newsletter

Dezilu’s First Newsletter January Spotlight: Wine’s personal stories Think about the aspects of life surrounding you at this moment, the influence they have on you, evoke in you. For wine, it is the same. Wine is alive. Like us, wine, has a story. The vine absorbs all that surrounds it, and, from these natural elements it crafts personality. It’s these personalities we like to find.  Our story begins in the stone ages, where wine was first made. Vitis Vinifera is one of the first…