The most expensive wanna have champagnes

The wedding time is that moment when celebrating time that deserves proper attention. In the name of elegance that you love and which defines the wedding champagne is probably one of the most desirable drinks types. And if you do choose something like this at least to be of high class one, wedding French champagne.

 

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Most expensive champagne types

The right definition of champagne is all about France after all. For those that don’t know this type of drink is specific to Champagne, a region from France. Hence we know that there are so many assortments and they just copy the recipe. Counting just the high quality wedding French champagne category you may want to have at your wedding some of the followings:

Perrier-Jouetm, with a price over $6000. A classic taste, a combination of floral and fruity taste. Once you serve such champagne you realize the price is something reasonable.

Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Françaises 1997. This is a vintage style, rare and with a high price since the base of this champagne are the Pinot Noir grapes. Vanilla taste and a price with unknown value but surely of 5 numbers.

Krug Grand Cuvée. Alike its pompous name it is a refined taste and type of champagne. The price on the same wavelength hence it is surprisingly a composition of only one year aged champagnes. But its unique taste is totally astounding.

Krug Clos d’Ambonnay, 1995. An exclusivist type of champagne part from famous brand Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy along with Doin Perigon and Krug. $3500 a bottle so each slug should be appreciated and enjoyed with passion.

Cheap French champagnes

Not everybody affords to pay for wedding French champagne when it comes about high prices. But there must be an alternative so something cheaper may be about Korbel sparkling natural wine for just $12.99, or Roederer Estate Brut, Anderson Valley for no more than $20. That’s a big difference in price and of course it will be in taste too. But in the end it depends on the wedding type also as you can’t have the champagne more expensive than the menu itself.

There is a variety of sparkling wines you can choose, French provenience and that according to the budget. But sometimes you won’t need too much since it will be just the toast at the beginning and depending on the number of guests you may want to make a sacrifice for a high class champagne. 

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Posted in: Special Weddings by Alyx | April 23rd 2014 | no comments

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