Outstanding selections from Chile, Argentina, Spain, and France.
By J.M. Towers
Champagne is possibly the world's most famous sparkling wine, but there are similar bubblies from different origins that have nothing to envy the ones produced in France.
We would like to recommend an excellent French Champagne, exquisite Spanish cava, a delicious sparkling wine from Argentina and a beautiful bubbly from Chile to celebrate with joy and warmth the upcoming holiday season.
Luxury by Moët & Chandon
This famous French label just launched its new MCIII (MC, for Moet & Chandon, and the III for the three environments in which is aged). The MCIII includes wines aged in three different milieus, each of which is represented in the sophisticated bottle design: wood, glass, and metal. The result is a limited edition champagne with perfect bubbles, fruity flavors reminiscent of citrus, bergamot, toasted notes, French pastries, and pralines. It has a strong, slightly bitter and thoroughly satisfying finish.