Champers dahling, Champers

by Jeanne

KorbelOffering recipes and serving suggestions for a multitude of flavorful champagne creations, from fun fruit drinks and cool champagne cocktails to unique holiday quaffs the new "Korbel Drink Guide" is a good addition to any libation shelf.  And best of all?  It’s free!

Naturally there are recipes that bear the producer’s name such as — Korbel South Peach, Kor bel Bellinisimo and Korbel Spell, but I know you could easily improvise.

Established in 1882 in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, Korbel Champagne Cellars produces one of the United States’ most popular methode champenoise champagnes. Owned and managed by the Heck family since 1954, Korbel currently makes 10 champagnes and a limited amount of still wine. Korbel also produces a well-respected brandy.

If you don’t feel like putting down your glass dear, the booklet can be found in liquor stores–or like I did at a liquor store on display.  I’m sure you’ll be near one in the very near future.

To receive a copy by mail, simply send a self-addressed stamped legal-size envelope to: Korbel Drink Guide, Attention: Tina Lomax, 13250 River Road, Guerneville, CA 95446.

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