Drinking Champagne doesn’t have to be expensive. There is absolutely nothing wrong with some Crémant de Bourgogne, Crémant de Alsace or even some domestic bubblies, and they are all under $20.
Tweet this!Brunch’s can vary per person’s taste, it could include delicious sticky-sweet pancakes, spicy Mexican chilaquiles, or grilled steak with poached eggs. Whichever direction you favor, brunch is a leisurely meal and the perfect opportunity to pour a glass of Champagne or share a bottle of wine with friends. These pairings cover a number of [...]
Tweet this!If you are only serving a few glasses of Champagne, it is easiest to tilt the glass first, as you would when pouring a beer, so that when you pour it, the glass doesn’t overflow with froth. But if you are pouring Champagne for a big party, it is best to first pour a [...]
Tweet this!Champagne always tastes best well chilled, but the exact temperature for chilling is a matter of personal taste. Three to four hours in the refrigerator is fine, or if you are caught unprepared, a 30 minute blast in the freezer will do the trick. A word of cautionary advice; don’t forget about the bottle [...]
Did you know that there’s a minor difference in price between vintage Champagne and non-vintage Champagne? So what’s the difference.
There are well over 150 Champagne producers headquartered in this small northern region. Here’s the “short list” of the top Champagne producers accompanied by the correct pronounciation of each house’s name:
Tweet this!Drinks are the first thing in order on such an extravagant night—and we have the perfect Champagne Cocktail recipes! Try Pear Champagne and Raspberry Champagne Cocktail. Asian cuisine, which comes together quicker than you can say moo goo gai pan, is easy to prepare to enjoy the evening. Re-dish everything. Dump the disposable containers [...]