Best Bubbly for Your Buck!

Fall is just around the corner, which means the holidays are nearing and if you’re gathering around the table with family and friends to celebrate, you may be interested in enjoying a little bubbly.

Did you know that all Champagne is sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine is Champagne? Typical of the French, a bubbly bottle can only be called the C-word if it comes from that specific region in France. Everything else is broken down into other categories of sparkling wine.

 

To get the good stuff, most people believe they have to shell out a whole lot of money, but that’s just not true. We aren’t recommending you relive your college years and pay for your sparkly with the change you found under the pillow, but you also won’t have to break the bank for a delicious Champagne.


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Check out our list below of affordable but wonderful Champagne.  

 

Raymond Henriot NV Brut: This one has a unique and complex set of flavors like pomegranate, cranberry, and spice to surprise and satisfy your taste buds. $21

 

Jacquesson et Fils NV Cuvée 729: Jacquesson surely knows what they’re doing with this one as it’s the 729th nonvintage blending produced since 1898. Trust the reputation and enjoy its toasty, full-bodied flavor. $45

 

Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut: The classic brand brings a classic taste with amazing flavors of apple and lime, and a dazzling fruity freshness that will charm and please all of your guests. $41

 

Nicolas Feuillatte Brut: The 2008 vintage of this Champagne is one of the best in recent years for its rich tastes of crisp, white fruits and exciting acidic finish. $42

 

Bollinger NV Special Cuvée Brut: The Bollinger Style is to bring powerful, rich, food friendly wines to your table, and this bottle carries that reputation with a dry, fruit-forward flavor. $50

 



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