The Drync Wine Blog
Len Presutti’s The Best of the Best
February 14, 2014
Have you ever wondered what makes Champagne the most highly regarded of all the world’s sparkling wines? Would you like to taste some of the very best offerings from this prestigious region? If you answered yes to those two questions this list is perfect for you. It’s an exploration of the factors and the process that combine to form this most magical of all elixirs. Len Presutti, Corporate Wine Educator of the Martignetti Companies and a Certified Wine Educator (Society of Wine Educators) shares a collection of four Tete de Cuvee (top blend) Champagnes rated from 94 to 97 points by the Wine Spectator. 2002 Dom Ruinart 2004 Veuve Clicquot ‘La Grande Dame’ Krug Grande Cuvee NV 2004 Moet & Chandon ‘Dom Perignon’ Vintages may vary according to availability.
Len Presutti, CWE, is the Corporate Wine Educator of the Martignetti Companies, a Certified Wine Educator, a Certified International Bordeaux Educator, a Certified Spanish Wine Educator, a graduate of the German Wine Academy and an active member of the Society of Wine Educators (administering testing on their behalf). A professional musician for over twenty years, Len holds a B.S. in Music Education from Berklee College of Music and has played with bands as diverse as Gladys Knight and the Pips and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (under the direction of Warren Covington). He is also an active member of the Boston Wine Expo Seminar Committee and has conducted seminars for both the Society of Wine Educators and the Boston Wine Expo.