The Top Champagne Choices to Complement Holiday Cuisine
Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut
This classic is tastefully dry, infused with flavors of butter and brioche and a high concentration of candied fruit, ginger bread and vanilla. Goes great with fresh fruit salads or lightly sauced white meats.
Domaine Ste. Michelle Extra Dry
Rich and creamy, slightly sweet with apple and a lingering toasty finish, this bubbly complements sushi or Pan-Asian Cuisine.
Riondo, Spago Nero Prosecco
This Italian gem is effusively fruity and lightbodied, offering terrific floral notes and a clean delicate finish. Serve with light fish and mild cheeses.
Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label Champagne
Dominated by Pinot Noir, this wine has firm structure, rounded with a touch of Pinot Meunier. Chardonnay gives it the elegance and finesse needed for perfect balance. Wonderful with pasta or risotto with cream or mushroom sauce.
Toasty aromas leap from the glass in this firm, deliciously mature wine. Enjoy with Oysters Rockefeller or cold lobster.
Mumm Napa Brut Prestige, Napa Valley
A crisp and balanced dry sparkling wine mixes aromas of melon and citrus. Pairs well with crabcakes and hard, salty cheeses.