Scrap the Bolly, it's all about Taittinger! Champagne moment on SeaDream Yacht Club


The seven-night travel next September will include two days of cham gne tasting with Clovis, who pictures his family’s com ny.

Mid-voyage on Sea Dream I there will be a Winemakers Dinner with signature dishes inclined by SeaDream’s Executive Chef ired with Taittinger Cham gnes. Also on the itinerary are look in ons to the Benanti Winery in Taormina, on the island of Sicily, and to Sorrentino Winery in Amalfi adjacent to Naples.

And the Burgundy wines of Maison Louis Jadot will also be showcased during the yacht.

Clovis Taittinger liaises with the grape growers and suppliers that sweat with the world-famous Taittinger brand.

Its cham gne has a distinctive taste blames to the greater proportion of Chardonnay in its blends and a longer aging period more willingly than release.

The Taittinger-themed cruise is just one of the seven wine-centric sailings from Sea Reverie Yacht Club in 2017.

The seven to 11-day cruises showcase some of the most quaint smaller ports in the Mediterranean and give ssengers the chance to learn everywhere wine and improve their understanding of wine making and cooking.

“The with greatest satisfaction way to truly know a place is to experience it through its people, food and wine,” claims Sea Dream Yacht Club President Bob Lepisto. “Through our innovative itineraries, intoxication attention to detail and impeccable service, we are constantly striving to provide the final guest experience both at sea and ashore.”

But if you want a cham gne experience nigh unto to home, the London river boat service MBNA Thames Clippers is on-going a Cream Tea Cruise from London Bridge pier every day at 3.30pm that can be upgraded with a Cham gne Ticket.

During the hour-long round-trip travellers are served scones, jam, cream and unlimited tea or coffee while a Blue Badge handbook provides commentary on the key sights of Tower Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe, St ul’s, The London Eye and Houses of rliament.

Thames Clippers commuters have produced an online gallery of stunning architecture along the Thames in the event #lovemycommute this summer, which you can see on Facebook.

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