Well, I’m glad you asked. They’re crisp, delicious, and they have guided me through some of the greatest conversations I’ve ever had.
Champagne isn’t just about great flavor— it’s speaks to one’s positive association with the drink. New years, milestones, engagements, and weddings are not complete without a bit of champagne.
Though, the price tag can be a bit steep for some. I urge you to save up for a bottle or two. As the old adage goes, you enjoy something more when you pay for it yourself. I find that this is especially true with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot. When I save up for a bottle—it just tastes better. But to improve its flavor, I always recommend that you share it with someone you care about, or want to care about.
A Votre Sante’, Cheers, and Happy Holidays
Just a word of advice—the Veuve is a textured lightly sweet sparkling wine with hints of vanilla, some peach essence, and even a touch of pastry. Perfect for after dinner or along with a baked desert or even a Compote. The Dom Perignon can be a tad on the dryer or ‘Brut’ side with a minty and lemon tones throughout. I enjoy this with the start of a meal or to get my appetite and conversations rolling.
Always served chilled. Always keep the bottle on ice.
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