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Shakespearean Bubbles

Song of the Champagne Witches: “Bubble, bubble toast and trouble”
By Regine Rousseau, shamelessly inspired by William Shakespeare (Macbeth). Forgive me English Lit Professors. Bubble, bubble toast and trouble;
Yeast and sugar added to bubble.
Wines of a vintage past,
In the bottle-crown- ferment;
Riddle me this riddle me that,
When will she pop the cap. 
Juniper raspberry notes and honey bee-sting.
Oh the joy this bubble will bring.
“For a charm of powerful trouble,”
Like a heaven-broth, oh delicious bubble.

Bubble, bubble toast and trouble;
Yeast and sugar added to bubble.
Age with a Couche hand,
Then the wine is “firm and good.”

Regine Rousseau

Regine Rousseau is the CEO of Shall We Wine, author of Searching for Cloves and Lilies. She is a TV personality. Rousseau holds a Level II Certification from the International Sommerlier Guild and a Bourbon Stewart Certification from Stave and Thief.

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