Tasting Champagne

Hi loves!


Sundays are for brunch…which means today’s tasting is all about champagne. There’s nothing better than a mimosa after church paired with brunch. Can I get an amen?

Variety: Chardonany, Chenin Blanc, French Colombard, Pinot Noir

Region: Korbel, Sonoma County, California

Country: United States

Year: Not Specified on Bottle

Price: $13

Vineyard Review:

The art of blending is the key to the high quality and value of Korbel Brut. We blend multiple varieties from multiple appellations and even multiple years. Each grape variety and appellation that we use contributes a unique character to the final blend. The goal is to make a California champagne that consistently delivers the highest level of quality.

As the last step, Korbel Brut California champagne receives a medium-dry level of dosage – just enough to balance the classic crisp acidity and make Korbel Brut the perfect match for all of life’s celebrations.”

Sierra’s Review:

Champagne is great because it basically pairs well with anything. This champagne is medium-dry and had a hint of apple taste to it. After my first taste, I made it into a mimosa and paired it with a yummy brunch of pancakes, eggs and bacon. I added Cran-Pineapple juice to it and it was delicious. I love that you can add juice to champagne and it still tastes yummy.

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Hi! I am a 21-year-old student at the University of Oklahoma with a major of public relations and minors in Spanish and nonprofit organizational studies.
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