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Champagne
Science Tech  /  Published 07.02.22

Bubbledom

Just a bit too late for New Year’s celebrations, astronomers have discovered that the Milky Way galaxy, our home, is, like champagne, full of bubbles. As it happens, our solar system is passing...
By Dennis Overbye

India  /  Published 09.11.21

Cariappa’s community cuts out cake at ritual

An organisation of Kodavas in a pocket of Karnataka has banned cake-cutting and champagne-popping at the Hindu community’s wedding mandaps in the name of “tradition”, triggering char...
By K.M. Rakesh

World  /  Published 14.07.20

What goes best with bubbly?

What goes best with bubbly? Some pair it with beluga caviar, others prefer foie gras or smoked salmon. But now the best accompaniment for fine champagne can be revealed after a lifetime's work: th...
By David Chazan in Paris

Travel  /  Published 19.07.19

Champagne delegation raises a toast to wine tourism

Champagne was served not just in flutes but in an audio-visual presentation by the first official delegation from the wine-growing province of northeast France to visit Calcutta. A team comprising tou...
By Sudeshna Banerjee

Food  /  Published 20.10.18

Popping a bottle of champagne in Champagne

Even though it is made from the fermented juice of the noble Burgundy grapes, Pinot Noir (just the juice of this red grape is used) and Chardonnay with a little of the juice of the more ordinary red g...
By Karen Anand


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