Champagne: A History of Bubbles is an illustrated guide to the echelon of sparkling wine - Champagne. The book is a Champagne 101 written by a French Champagne native that tells the story of Champagne in graphic novel form. The book transcends the typical wine tome by presenting a lesson in Champagne, with approachable language, entertaining vignettes and eye-catching illustrations. While most Champagne and wine books are weighed down with heavy technical language and dense text in a large volume that sits like a boulder on the bookshelf, Champagne: A History of Bubbles manages to educate the reader in a light, easily portable format. It does double duty as a stylish coffee table book to reach for while entertaining with friends, as well as an effective (and light on the tote bag) learning tool for use in the classroom and lecture series. It s a new and exciting way to learn about Champagne, the next best thing to actually drinking it! You must 21 years and older to drink alcohol. Drink responsibly. Moderation is part of refinement.
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Daniel Lorson: a Champenois, the son of a grower from Chigny-Les-Roses who grew up in the trade and now owns his own vineyards and sells grapes to several high profile Champagne houses in Reims. He spent fifteen years as a world renown Champagne ambassador as the Communication Director of Champagne region. Jean-Marie Cuzin: is a French script writer, set designer and painter specializing in world history. His work has been exhibited in museums and sought after by private collectors. Previous books include Histoire de Marseille, Histoire de la Provence, and des Alpes à la Côte d Azure, among many others. Erik Arnoux: is a famous French illustrator and cartoonist, known for his exquisite style and illustrative technique.
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