National Bubbly Day
Sparkling wine, affectionately known as “bubbly”, is the perfect beverage for celebrations-particularly because of its cork-popping goodness. This celebratory beverage is great when it’s enjoyed by itself or with appetizers and/or a meal. It has refreshing fruity flavors combined with bubbly bubbles.
National Bubbly Day, which is a celebratory beverage, is twice as much fun because it pays attention to the bubbly that brings joy to all the celebrations.
It is not clear what the history of sparkling wine, or “bubbly”, is. According to the English, bubbles were discovered in wine during second fermentation that occurs in bottles.
However, Champagne region residents often claim that Dom Perignon, a French Benedictine monk, discovered the sparkling wine. This is a long time later. While no one knows exactly where sparkling wine originated in Europe, most people can agree that Champagne gained popularity in the 1700s, when champagne was served at royal courts, including Louis XV.
The demand and popularity of Champagne increased, and it became rarer and more expensive. Other wine producers began making sparkling wines that were more popular than the expensive, limited-production versions.
Wine growers in northeastern Italy used the grape glera to create their own sparkling wine around the mid-1700s. Many wineries used large stainless steel tanks instead of second fermentation in bottles. Prosecco became a bubbly wine because it was easier to make and could be processed faster. The wine from this region of Italy grew in popularity over the next 200 year.
Due to the bubble-making properties of carbon dioxide, “bubbly”, a name for Champagne and any other sparkling wine, has been used over the years.
Many people believe that “bubbly”, a synonym for Champagne is just that. However, it can be used to refer to any type of sparkling wine. Champagne is a sparkling wine that comes from Champagne, France. However, there are many other types of champagne like Cava (from Spain), Moscato and others.
National Bubbly Day is a great way to celebrate with friends, family, or colleagues. These are some ideas to get you started:
National Bubbly Day is a great day for those who have been saving champagne or Prosecco for special occasions. National Bubbly Day is celebrated every weekend so it’s much easier to have fun and not worry about work the next day.
Sparkling wine is a great ingredient in a wide variety of mixed drinks that create a lively and fruity atmosphere. Many are familiar with the Champagne Cocktail (made using a sugar cube), Bellini (Prosecco, peach nectar) and the Mimosa (made with Champagne and orange juice).
These are some ideas to help make National Bubbly Day a fun, exciting adventure in mixed drinks.
For those who can’t find a recipe that they like, there are many options. This is the perfect time to be creative and create your own recipe for bubbly-based cocktails!