The Chronicle




Get ready to pop some corks on Friday as we celebrate World Champagne Day.

Did you know that Champagne can only be called so if it has been produced under strict methods using specific grapes in the Champagne region in France? So, kick off the celebratio­ns in style with some fine French fizz.

CROWD PLEASER Nicolas Feuillatte Selection Brut NV Champagne

This Champagne has been the bestsellin­g bubbly in France for 10 years, and for good reason – it has a great, well-rounded flavour, lovely mousse and is great value. Was $50, now $45 (with free My Dan’s membership). Save $5, Dan Murphys

ROYAL SELECTION Tsarine Champagne Rose Brut

This Champagne is pretty and pink thanks to notes of strawberry, redcurrant and blackcurra­nt. The Tsarine cuvee was originally created in honour of the Russian tsars and comes to us from Chanoine Freres, formed in 1730, the second oldest producer in the region. Was $59.99, now $50 (with free My Dan’s membership). Save $9.99, Dan Murphys

BIG FLAVOUR Duperrey Champagne Brut Premier Cru

Made with grapes from a Premier Cru vineyard in France, Duperrey is a great value Champagne that is big on flavour, with a dry edge and deliciousl­y crisp finish. A palate bursting with dried fruit flavours and hints of brioche is guaranteed to impress. Now $45 (everyday low price), BWS,

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