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While there are many wonderful sparkling wines out there, there is something special about champagne. The particular grapes used, the method of production and storage, and the region in which it’s made all play a part in producing one of the most premium alcoholic beverages available.

And while you can find many different types of champagne out there, some producers stand out above the rest. Here are 15 champagnes that will make any special occasion extra special.

1. Armand De Brignac Ace of Spades Blanc De Blanc 750ml

This one is medium-bodied, with citrusy notes that are just perfect for warm summer days. It’s got an incredibly high acidity level, which means it’s really easy to drink! Plus, the bottle is a piece of art.

This is brut champagne—it has a higher sugar content than blanc de blanc champagnes and a lower acidity level—so it’ll go down even easier than the first ones listed here. It’s slightly fuller-bodied than the first option, so you’ll feel like you’re drinking something special with this one.

This option is gorgeous—and it tastes great too! This one has a higher dosage (meaning more sugar) than the first two options, so if you want to feel the bubbly buzz coming on quickly, this is your best bet!

Beau Joie is exclusive champagne that has been crafted to be the perfect aperitif for any occasion, and its nose offers up a delicate bouquet of citrus, apple blossom, and brioche.

Every bottle of Della Vite Prosecco is made from grapes grown in the region of Veneto, Italy, which is famous for its crisp white wines. This prosecco has a refined and elegant taste, with green apple and white peach hints

Dom Pérignon’s Vintage 2002 has a complex and highly aromatic nose with aromas of dried apricot and toasted nuts, along with hints of camphor wood and tobacco leaf. Each sip reveals various flavors, including citrus zest and caramelized hazelnuts. The finish is long and powerful, with enough acidity to balance the sweetness.

Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006 Brut Rosé 750ml has the aroma of “honey-coated nuts, dried fruit, orange citrus peel, and brown butter” and is described as “silky smooth.”

This french champagne is a light gold color with a fine set of bubbles. You’ll get aromas of toast and vanilla with touches of grapefruit and red fruit along with hints of spice. It’s got a long, smooth finish that will make you want to drink more.

This is produced in France using only the best grapes grown in the region. The color is a pale rose, and it’s full-bodied with an intense flavor profile, featuring strong notes of ripe strawberry and raspberry and hints of cherry blossom and red fruits.

Moet & Chandon 2012 Grand Vintage Chalk 750ml is golden-hued champagne is a blend of 40% Pinot Noir, 40% Pinot Meunier, 20% Chardonnay. The result is crisp, elegant champagne that’s perfect for ringing in the New Year.

This excellent champagne is made from grapes harvested from France’s top wine regions, including Burgundy and Champagne. With a light body and fresh flavor, it’s an excellent choice for newcomers to the world of sparkling wines.

A beautiful golden color greets you when you pour this champagne into a glass, followed by notes of apricot and other stone fruit on your first sip. Its balance and complexity make it an excellent choice for sipping throughout the evening or pairing with a wide range of foods from seafood to citrus fruits.

If you like your champagne crisp and acidic, then this might just be the one for you. It has a lovely citrusy finish that makes it perfect for pairing with fish or seafood dishes. The bubbles are small and delicate, making them very pleasant on the palate without being too sweet or sour. We love how light and refreshing this wine is!

The Dom Perignon Vintage 2012 Brut 750ml is a versatile choice that goes with almost any meal. This sparkling wine will definitely impress your guests at your next dinner party. We love it because it has such a fantastic flavor profile that can compete with other, more expensive wines in this category. If you’re looking for something to pair with your food, this wine won’t disappoint.

This highly complex, dry champagne features aromas of dried fruits, nuts, spices, and mineral notes. A great choice for those who enjoy the natural taste of champagne with a little added zest.

Champagne has been a symbol of celebration for centuries and is still an iconic drink in the 21st century. It’s no wonder people are looking to find the best champagne on the market. But with so many options available, which is the best champagne. This blog covers the top 15 champagnes to try.