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    Fat Cork’s Best in Show: 2014 Champagne

    The most memorable cuvées we imported last year. Dear Champagne lovers, All of the Champagne we import is phenomenal and each cuvée stands out for a different reason. That’s why I love hand-selecting for every FC Club Member! I will never be able to settle on a favorite cuvée and I adore all of our [...]

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    Grower Champagne Guide from Fat Cork & Wine Folly

    Our very own Bryan Maletis was recently featured as a guest contributor on Wine Folly, a blog devoted to decoding the wide world of wine. Bryan was honored to work with Madeline, the creator of Wine Folly, to create a Guide to Grower Champagne. The article covers all the basics of grower-produced bubbly and features [...]

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    How to Saber Champagne!

    We’re celebrating the start of the new year with a bang—by sabering Champagne! Myth has it that Napoleon popularized the technique of opening Champagne with a sword, sabering bottles on horseback after his victories. Whatever the history may be, sabering a bottle of Champagne takes any celebration to the next level. And for us, sabering a bottle [...]

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    Fat Cork featured on Sur La Table’s Blog!

    Last week, Sur La Table’s A Sharp Knife & Salt blog featured Fat Cork in their roundup of New Year’s Champagne! Author Jay Campbell tasted three Fat Cork cuvées: 1)Pascal Redon Brut Tradition, an 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir blend noted for floral and fruity notes throughout with a crisp finish. 2) Grongnet Special Club [...]

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    Fat Cork’s FC Club Featured in Seattle Met!

    Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, Valentine’s Day, or belated Christmas present, we believe that a Fantastic Champagne Club Membership is the best gift you can give. From novices to experienced Champagne drinkers, an FC Club membership delivers two, three, or six, exclusive, hand-selected bottles every other month right to your recipient’s door. The selections are [...]

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    Fat Cork Featured in Forbes

    Great news: Fat Cork was featured in Forbes Magazine! Listed as one of the “Best Gifts For Wine Lovers In 2014,” contributor Katie Kelly Bell recommended our Fantastic Champagne Club as the best club for Champagne Lovers. We are extremely honored! Check out the article here.  

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    Fat Cork’s Bryan Maletis Selected for Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

    Fat Cork owner and founder Bryan Maletis was honored to be selected for Puget Sound Business Journal’s annual 40 Under 40 Business Leaders! After receiving a nomination, completing the lengthy application process, and enduring multiple interviews, Bryan was chosen as one of the 40 from a pool of 400 nominees. Bryan and the Fat Cork [...]

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    How to Properly Chill Champagne

    You know we love to Celebrate Everyday; with the holiday season upon us, it is time to get ready for even more. In this quick video, Bryan demonstrates the most important aspect of Champagne preparation- properly chilling your bubbles! How to Properly Chill Champagne from Fat Cork on Vimeo.

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    Choose a Champagne Perfect for You!

    Selecting a cuvée that fits your exact taste preferences can be hard work. That’s where Fat Cork comes in! We always have Champagne experts standing by to answer your calls or e-mails and provide suggestions based on your preferences. We base our recommendations on your palette. Prefer tart lemons? We’d probably select an extra brut. [...]

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    Seattle Bastille Day Celebration 2014: RN74 + Fat Cork + Taylor Shellfish

    The day Champagne and shellfish lovers have dreamed of! We’re excited to partner with our friends RN74 and Taylor Shellfish for a Bastille Day Dinner! RN74′s Chef David Varley has created a 5 course, Champagne-only, pairing dinner. The menu is French classic-inspired and features Taylor Shellfish in every dish and two Fat Cork grower Champagnes [...]

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