Spumante vs Champagne
Professional sommelier Filippo Pastorini special event is dedicated to the lovers of bubbles seeking to understand the similarities and the differences between our Italian Spumante and the classical French Champagne. The tasting game will be tough, and we promise to stay neutral. So again, it is Italy versus France.
Meet your tour guide and wine expert for a short walk in the center of Florence and pre-introduction about Spumante and Champagne and the tasting ahead. Stop by Ponte Vecchio for a photo shooting before heading to the Enoteca and start this unique experience.
Tasting included 3 bottles of Champagne and 3 bottles of Spumante.
Champagne labels can vary as follow:
- Legras (Blanc de Blanc Chardonnay).
- Gobillard (Blanc de Blanc Chardonnay).
- Jacquesson Cuvée 734 (Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay).
- Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir).
- Philipponnat Pure Cuvée (Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay).
Spumante as follow:
- Uberti Satèn (Chardonnay).
- Faccoli Extra Brut (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc).
- Ferrari Perlé (Chardonnay).
- Trento Altemasi Graal (Chardonnay).
- Blanc de Morgeux et de la Salle (Prié Blanc).
In rare cases, some bottles can be replaced by equivalent ones. Small snack included.
Small groups, up to 8 people.
Florence, near Ponte Vecchio.
On request, usually in the afternoon.
240 Euro flat as start fee (bottles cost) +
- 35 Euro per person for a party of up to 3 persons.
- 25 Euro per person for a party between 3 and 6 persons.
- 20 Euro per person for a party between 6 and 8 persons.
Simulation: for a party of 6 people, each spend 65 Euro.