Category: Wine

Dom Perignon “Cabaret”

Dom Perignon “Cabaret” from Surface to Air Studio on Vimeo.

Dom Perignon “Cabaret”
Film, Paris 2012

Directed by: Jérémie Rozan.
Photography by: Martial Schmeltz
Produced by: Juliette Lambert at Slowdance (Courtesy of Iconoclast)
Music by: SebastiAn (Ed Banger Records)
Choregraphy by: I Could Never Be A Dancer.

The video was shared by SURFACE TO AIR STUDIO via their Vimeo channel.


Posted by: Vincent Banial

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Top Ten Wines of 2015 chosen by “Elin McCoy”, the wine critic for Bloomberg Pursuits

Some people have rather interesting jobs. Actually the word job somehow does not describe what Elin McCoy does.

During 2015 Elin McCoy’s “job” was to sample about 3500 different wines. Day in and day out. Tough job – can I have it?

What Elin McCoy does is not an easy task. You first have to have a trained pickup the nuances of a wine. You also don’t get to sit back and enjoy the whole bottle. She must do a lot of travel, which can be disruptive of a family life.

Anyhow Bloomberg, for whom Elin works, has published Elin’s recommendations of the best wines of 2015. The prices of the recommended wines range from $20 per bottle, up to $8,540 US per bottle (very rare – only if you can find it at an auction).

At the low price range, but of high quality, Elin liked the following white Hungarian wine:
2012 Kiralyudvar Tokaji Furmint Sec (at $20 per bottle).


At the top price end, Elin loved the following white 1966 Vintage French Champagne:
1966 Dom Pérignon P3 Champagne magnum (at $8,540 and at auction, if you can find it)

Click on this line to visit the Bloomberg website to read Elin McCoy full article and check out the other great wines which she had highly recommended.


Posted by: Vincent Banial

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Sabering is the Best way to open a bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine. Just use a Sword.

Sabering heralds from the days of Napoleon.

The French have been producing fine wine and Champagne for a rather long time.

Thanks to Napoleon, we have a great traditional way of opening a bottle of Champagne or other bubbly.

Just use a sword!!!

Video courtesy of the AtlantaStRegis YouTube Channel

Video courtesy of The ST Regis Florence YouTube Channel

Top Ontario Wines. Perfect for Christmas get togethers with family and friends


Christmas is great time to get together with friends, lovers and family. Any get together is an opportunity for everyone to enjoy some amazing Ontario Wine.

Ontario’s Wine Industry has grown up and can compete with some of the best in the world.

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