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The Ultimate Champagne & Food Pairing Guide

Champagne Food Pairing Guide

When it comes to food pairings, sparkling wine is one of the most versatile—from salty dishes to fried foods, oysters to chicken or desserts, it is a fun libation to match with food.

Champagne Food Pairing Guide: Whether you are drinking a French Champagne or Crémant, an American sparkler, Italian Prosecco, Spanish Cava, or German Sekt, they all go well with shellfish especially when complimented with butter. Sparklers are also high in acidity, which makes them attractive to pair with citrus, cream sauces and mildly spicy dishes. Finding the best pairings depend on the style of the sparkler, so check out the guide below for some great suggestions.

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Champagne Food Pairing Guide
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6 Responses to “The Ultimate Champagne & Food Pairing Guide”

  1. Quinn says:

    Thanks for this great graphic! Champagne is my favorite and I am not confident on what foods go best with styles. I have a company party coming up and this will be a handy guide to keep in my back pocket. Have a wonderful holiday Enobytes.

  2. Amy Klein says:

    I had no idea there were so many styles of sparkling wine! I usually like the one that is dry and not too sweet. Is this Brut? Thanks for the guide suggestions.

  3. Mary G, says:

    Great guide! I also like popcorn and potato chips with Champagne!


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