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  1. It’s a stunner of a Tempranillo Greig – I couldn’t leave without grabbing at least one 😉 Thanks for stopping by the blog!

  2. So glad you left with a bottle of their Tempranillo! I was going to ask how that was when you said they grew it but then you answered my question :). And what food pairings! This sounds like a wonderful experience, made me jealous!

    -Greig

  3. Hi Robin, thanks for popping by! Sparkling wines made in the cremant style means they are less-bubbly basically – they have more gentle bubbles. You’re also correct that they are made by méthode champenoise, made outside of Champagne and can be made with other grape varietals. I hope that answers your question and yes this would be the perfect style for Oscar night! Enjoy 🙂

  4. My mouth was watering at those pairings! I love a good flight and pairing.
    Question, when you mention the Cremant style, that’s Champagne style with a grape that is not from Champagne right? So little bubbles, fermented in bottle not tank? I like little bubbles that’s for sure…and I’m searching for something of that style for tomorrow night (Oscar night you know…although I’m like you I like bubbles and don’t need much of an excuse to drink them!)

  5. Thanks for stopping by the blog Allison, I am not sure they ship to Canada – but definitely keep an eye out for them 🙂

  6. Haha the count down is on Michelle! Perhaps you should have a bottle of Sittella bubbles ready to celebrate once you can enjoy vino again 😉

  7. I love Sittella such a great winery I’ve been a few times now but never behind the scenes that looks like a lot of fun (must do when I can drink and eat soft cheese again!) #preggoproblems