Holiday Champagne Recommendations

Holiday Champagne RecommendationsHere is our list of champagne recommendations from our Wine & Spirits Department to make your holiday sparkle!

Lanson Le Black Label Brut  |   $49.99
Le Black Label Brut owes its iconic name to Victor Lanson who gave it in 1937, both as a proof of openness to the world and as a tribute to the Royal Court of England which Lanson has been officially supplying since 1900. This champagne is a balanced alliance of vitality and finesse, freshness and elegance, characteristic of the Lanson Style.

Brilliant and clear with amber highlights and a stream of fine bubbles. The nose has a springtime aroma with toasty wings and honey notes. A bouquet of ripe fruit on the palate with citrus notes. Light and fresh

Taittinger Brut  |  $59.99
Taittinger Brut Réserve is made from 40 % Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir and 25% Pinot Meunier, using perfectly matured grapes harvested from over 35 different vineyards. This subtle blend results in a light, elegant and balanced champagne.

The brilliant body is golden yellow in color. The bubbles are fine, while the foam is discreet yet lingering. The nose, very open and expressive, delivers aromas of fruit and brioche. it also gives off the fragrance of peach, white flowers, and vanilla pod. The entry onto the palate is lively, fresh, and in total harmony. This is a delicate wine with flavors of fresh fruit and honey.

Taittinger Brut Réserve is the champagne for any occasion. a symbol of festivity, this wine is the ideal partner of celebration for the happiest milestones in a lifetime.

Champagne Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut NV  |  $89.99
La Cuvée Rosé, the world’s top-selling rosé champagne, is as recognizable for its distinctive bottle shape as for its smoldering taste. Entirely pinot noir, this was sourced from 10 villages in Montagne de Reims, primarily Grand Crus.

A precise nose of extraordinary freshness and a wide range of red fruits: raspberry, redcurrant, strawberry, and black cherry. Wild strawberries, raspberries, pomegranate, cherry blossoms fill the complete, dense, and subtly creamy palate, with a generous lees cushion, offset by poised, humming acidity. There’s a lovely chalky underlay here, shimmering under the red fruit above, and lingering on the lengthy finish. On the palate, it offers the sensation of plunging into a basket of freshly picked red berries.

Enjoy our holiday champagne recommendations!

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