How to Choose the Best Champagne for Your Wedding

You’ve fixed the date, you’ve chosen the dresses and tuxes, and you’ve got the venue sorted.  But what about the champagne?  How do you decide what to serve?

You can be forgiven for thinking that no one will notice if you serve the slightly cheaper version from your local supermarket or wine merchant.  Many people do just that. Yet, there is a difference; however, you might not know what it is.

What if I told you that there are over 5,000 different brands of champagne and that those big international brands everyone talks about, are just that, big international brands? What if I also mentioned that all those champagnes, made with passion and dedication by the winemakers themselves, are easily accessed by car, plane, or train from the UK, Europe, as well as the USA and Australia! And what if you could even have your own personalised label on your champagne?  All of this is possible for you.

Surprised?  Yes, the beautiful, unspoilt region of Champagne, France is less than an easy  three hours’ drive from Calais, Strasbourg, Brussels, Paris and Luxembourg, and a mere 45 minutes by high-speed train from Paris CDG.

Imagine being able to visit the champagne producers themselves, tasting and buying champagne for your wedding directly from their cellars!  Just think of all the stories you can retell about your fabulous and unique experience in Champagne, while in search of your perfect champagne for your own special day.

It will certainly be the talk of your wedding, and will definitely prove to be the best champagne in the world! (And you’ll save yourself a fortune on the prices, but don’t tell anyone!)

 

About the Author

Yvonne Halling runs Les Molyneux Luxury B&B in the heart of the Champagne region of France.  She welcomes guests from all over the world, and helps them to discover the hidden gems of the region through tours, tastings and local information.  Contact her at http://bedandbreakfastinchampagne.com or on Facebook.

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