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Sparkling wine: great with food


Try sparkling wines with corned beef.

Made primarily from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, good-quality sparklers are made with the traditional Champagne method, where the bubbles are created in individual bottles

Swirl and taste:

Apple, lemon, lime, pear, strawberry, and cherry flavors with a pleasant yeastiness (like brioche baking) and earthy minerality. Bubbly’s great acidity makes it an excellent food wine (not just a sipper for celebrations).

Pair with:

  • Caviar
  • Smoked salmon
  • Cheeses
  • Fish and shellfish
  • Cream sauces
  • Potpies, savory turnovers
  • Asian dishes of all kinds
  • Sausages ? especially poultry, pork, and Polish
  • Tangy, fruity condiments
  • Salty foods
  • Deep-fried foods
  • Potato chips
  • Popcorn

Find your style

Blanc de blancs is 100 percent Chardonnay and carries those flavors. A classic brut is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Blanc de Noirs is mostly Pinot Noir, tending toward the red fruit flavors. And sparkling rosé has just been left on those Pinot Noir skins a tiny bit longer, to pick up more color, texture, and flavor.


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