So you’re invited to a New Year’s Eve party and want to bring a decent champagne. You want not to be sneered at, nor go overboard, and you want to do your best to have a fighting chance at feeling decent on New Year’s morning.
Be prepared for any crowd with a fine Veuve Clicquot champagne – it’s crisp, tasty and pairs with any food the host offers.
There’s also the solid Imperial champagne from Moet & Chandon. It replaced the White Star label as the flag-bearer for the brand. Both receive 92 ratings from reviewers, and are around $50 locally.