Made from an old bread rack at a bakery.
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 07:57PM by jentanner35
via reddit https://ift.tt/3f19beS
Great “everyday” champagnes
A while back, I was looking for recs for a beginner’s champagne for an intimate celebration. I was new to champagne (I’m more of the occasional whiskey drinker) and my husband’s only experience was with Dom Perignon and he described it as “foul” lol.
Among many others, I received the recommendation for Laurent Perrier. I picked up a bottle of LP La Cuvée Brut. It was great. I surprisingly enjoyed it. It had all the things I enjoyed about chardonnay — juicy pear/green apple taste but none of that “wine bite” or the smell that makes me unable to throughly enjoy it.
I would love to have a champagne that can be had easily and is affordable for an “everyday” type of champagne.
Something bubbly and fresh. I’m ready and excited to expand my champagne palate 🍾
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 09:07AM by dcdc06
via reddit https://ift.tt/3f4NYkl
1986 Bottle found
Hi there, I’m not a big wine drinker but I found an old 1986 bottle in a cupboard that was once my grandmother’s. It is a red from beaujolais-villages with a label saying 1986 but there’s a lot of other french writing on it. I was wondering if anyone could help with identifying the specifics of the wine.
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 09:06AM by jay_mcc
via reddit https://ift.tt/2VPouQr