Bubbly Day ~ First Saturday in June

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Bubbly Day

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Bubbly Day is celebrated the first Saturday in June every year.  Started in 2017 by Freixenet Cava, it is celebrated by relaxing and imbibing in some sparkling wine or heading out to meet with some friends and having a glass of bubbly at your favorite watering hole.

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Sparkling wines are differentiated in people‚Äôs minds from Champagne.  The biggest difference is that Champagne is only made in the Champagne region of France.  No other sparkling wines, or bubbly, can use that name.  Similarly, Prosecco and Asti, which are from Italy, and Cava is made in Spain are both well-known varieties of sparkling wines.

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The bubbles in sparkling wines are carbon dioxide which is produced naturally during the fermentation process or added in to produce the bubbles in less expensive wines.  Ironically Dom Perignon, now known as the creator of Champagne,  spent the majority of his life trying to rid wines of those troublesome bubbles.

How to Celebrate Bubbly Day

How to celebrate Bubbly Day? Is there really any doubt as to what you need to do (provided you are of age)? Buy a bottle of sparkling wine and get together with your friends. It is great just to spend an evening imbibing in some bubbly and having some quality time with those you care about. If you don’t want to celebrate with alcohol, try this non-alcoholic bubbly goodness.

Making Sparkling Wine

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at making a sparkling wine? If you have, here is a video you may be interested in. It shows what you need to do in order to make your own bubbly.

To Buy for Bubbly Day

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