How to choose and maintain a champagne
Tradition Brut Champagne is best appreciated as an aperitif, to share with friends, family or at a reception.Instead, choose the Champagne Brut Rosé to accompany a meal of white meat dishes or snacks, and Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs to fish.
Book the Champagne Demi-sec for your desserts.
And the great moments of your life, prefer Champagne Brut Prestige.
To properly maintain your champagne, you will keep the bottles on their side, away from light and air currents, the most constant temperature possible.
Champagne should be served chilled, ie at a temperature of 6 ° to 8 ° C.
Before serving, you can refresh a few hours in the refrigerator, in the crisper to avoid too rapid temperature changes.
The freezer is formally proscribed because it would break all the aromas of the wine.
You serve your Champagne in flutes that will enhance the foam, bubbles, color and aroma.