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Brut de Blancs & Reserve Pinot Noir feat. in SLO’s New Times!

February 28, 2012

In the February 23-March 1 2012 issue of San Luis Obispo’s New Times our 2008 Laetitia Brut de Blancs and 2010 Laetitia Reserve du Domaine Pinot Noir were featured as “Kathy’s Picks.” Kathy Marcks Hardesty has been writing about the Central Coast wine and food scene since 1996 and has had her work appear in […]

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Wine Lingo-Part II

February 23, 2012

This blog is intended to break down all of the “wine lingo” we hear spouted off in tasting rooms, at restaurants, wine bars, regular bars and at parties.  What does it all mean and why in the world is it so confusing?  Be in the dark no more, here’s what the winos are trying to […]

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Valentine’s Day Food & Wine Pairing

February 10, 2012

Looking for a food & wine pairing sure to satisfy your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day?  Bubbly and chocolate covered fruit is a no-brainier.  See why we just adore this pairing of 2008 Laetitia Brut de Blancs Sparkling Wine and milk chocolate covered strawberries!  (This wine also received 91 Points from Wine Enthusiast Magazine!)    

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Sparkling Wines-the Sugar Breakdown

February 6, 2012

Demi-Sec, Brut Nature, Extra Dry….what exactly does this sparkling and Champagne-exclusive terminology mean?  This guide will tell you how much dosage(sugar) was added after the wine went through it’s second fermentation and what you should expect from your next bottle of bubbles.   Doux-intensely sweet(>55 g/L of sugar)-Sugary sweet dessert wine, can act as your […]

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Maison Deutz Cheese-the perfect appetizer

February 1, 2012

Back in the days before Laetitia Vineyard & Winery came to be, we were a house of world-renowned sparkling wines, called Maison Deutz.  We produced some of the finest sparkling wines known to the US and we still produce these wines today!  If you visit us in our tasting room right off of the 101 […]

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