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If I'm craving a sparkling wine or champagne and it's not New Years or my anniversary, this is my top pick. It is better than some real champagnes I've tried, and for around $10 you've got to love that.
One of my favorites. This is pretty much the only champagne I prefer to drink when I'm not looking to spend over $100 on a bottle. For extra-special occasions, I've been known to splurge on a bottle of Dom Perignon, but surprisingly, this champagne is just about as good, and most stores sell it for around $50. The flavor is one of the best I've tasted in this price range, and if you're going to spend the extra cash on some real champagne, you might as well shell out the $50 and get this. I could drink it everyday. Goes down smooth, very nice body and flavor...just perfect.
It was pretty average. Nothing special, nothing terrible. Just an average-tasting champagne. The only reason I wouldn't purchase it again is because I've found some Spanish Cavas that taste better for 1/2 the price of this.
Not bad at all for the price. It was a little more acidic than some other champagnes I've tried, but not enough to detract from enjoying it. Very "brut." Fans of sweeter champagnes should probably steer clear. But overall, I'd buy it again for $30.