Every Friday TheChampagneSommelier will ask 5 questions about 5 coeur de bouteilles to friends and Champagne lovers from near and far. This Week we took a bubbly chat with Spanish Champagne lover & lawyer Natividad Gonzalez aka Natynova. Merci Natynova !
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Hi GUYS I INTRODUCE MY SELF MY NAME IS NATIVIDAD María González Suárez, I come from a family that produces and markets with other companies in the wine sector in Lanzarote.
Currently despite being a lawyer, the passion runs through my veins to get a good bottle to the market and undertake, that’s why I became a master in sommelier and wine taster, because I like to know what I do and how I do it, not that they did it for me.
I am a fan of Richard Juhlin and I fell in love with his sparkling wine since I tried it when buying it in a gourmet store in the Canary Islands, and since then it is not missing in my bottle rack at home as a great option for my guests.
Which Champagne would You treat your parents or in-laws?
‘My family has vineyards here in Lanzarote and they understand a lot about the subject, as well as I know that their palate is so exquisite I would recommend without hesitation the magnum opus champagne!’
Which Champagne would You treat your lover?
‘A good bottle without hesitation of Champagne Hennequière, Cuvée Rosé during a meal at home.‘
Which Champagne would You treat your boss?
‘As I am a lawyer and the head of my firm would answer the same as the previous one.‘
Which Champagne would You treat yourself?
‘A bottle of Fleury Blanc de Noirs Brut to drink slow with my friends in a vineyard estate in La Geria next to the Timanfaya volcano, at sunset watching the sunset.‘
Which Champagne would You treat a dream guest, and why, and who’s is Your dream guest?
‘My dream would be to meet the great Rickard Juhlin and teach me the process of how he makes his sparkling and see his differences with wine and learn from this great expert and master in the field.‘
What piece of music would you listen to drinking wine in question 5 ? ]
‘Days of wine and Roses, with the versión of Frank Sinatra.‘