December 15th, 2007, 08:37 PM #1
Anyone have any hints for a modestly-priced champagne? Hopefully, it is something I can get at BevMo as it is right down the street.
December 16th, 2007, 01:32 AM #2
Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label
You can usually get it for the mid-thirties. Sometimes it's on sale for the high-twenties.
Best you'll find for the price.
December 16th, 2007, 07:33 AM #3
I can't recommend anything, however I could ask around...
1) Define moderately priced?
2) Why type of champagne do you like? Sweeter or Dryer (Demi-Sec - Brut)?
3) Can it be a Rosť Champagne?
or, if you any where near Long Beach, you could walk into the Wine Country, and they'll help you out..
December 16th, 2007, 12:15 PM #4
Wilson Creek Almond Champagne. Yum...and it's only twelve bucks at BevMo right now.
December 16th, 2007, 12:37 PM #5
What do you consider moderatley priced? Bevmo has a deal on L'Ermitage which is one of my all time favorite champagnes for $35.00 here:
Actually, I recommend ANYTHING from Roederer, as you will see here, all of their products are very highly rated.
If you want to impress the chicks (ie: get laid), you would buy this.
And in any case, chicks dig the Rose as long as it's not a Chandon, Chandon is gross.
December 16th, 2007, 08:04 PM #6
i love the veuve clicquot. i melt for that stuff.
also like perrier jouet.
another suitable champagne for about $25 would be moet & chandon white star.
all can be found at bevmo or the grocery store.
personally, the almond champagne is too sweet for me. but a lot of my gf's like that stuff.
December 16th, 2007, 08:10 PM #7
1. Veuve Clicquot
2. Veuve Clicquot
3. Veuve Clicquot
December 17th, 2007, 05:05 AM #8
Anything that says Roederer, Taittinger, Heidsick, Mumm, or MoŽt somewhere on the label will be fine. Veuve C. is also excellent and always a safe bet as mentioned above. If you want something domestic, try some "J". And yes, don't overlook the Rosť's!! With a nice piece of wild Salmon, what could possibly be better?
For the best value under $15 get some Spanish Cava or Italian Prosecco. Prosecco can be slightly sweet, but Cava is bone-dry and has GOT to be the best deal around these days....
December 17th, 2007, 10:15 AM #9
I'll second the nomination of anything from Roderer.
Originally Posted by Mr. Irreverent
December 18th, 2007, 02:17 PM #10
Let me just say this: I really liked the Iron Horse. Delicious! Exciting! Priced well! Is that Domestic?! It's really good! Wow!
I got to joke about how George Bush likes Iron Horse Champagne and that's about all I can agree with him on...haha...cheers! Ching! More please!