Adriana Janovich photo. Dress up a flute of sparkling wine for the holidays with a few fresh cranberries and sprig of fresh rosemary.
Break out the coupes and Champagne flutes, and – as Dom Pérignon supposedly said when he sampled his first sip – taste “stars.”
It’s time to make merry.
Champagne and sparkling wine are synonymous with joyful occasions, especially ringing in the new year. That’s because opening a bottle of bubbly – any bubbly – seems like a celebration or the start of a party or, at the very least, the start of something. Read more. Adriana Janovish, SR
My husband is not a champagne fan, but I enjoy a sip on occasion. Had a lovely champagne martini at a local restaurant, Saturday, so many I'll try one of this recipes. How about you? Champagne, yes or no?