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The Foodie-file: Cremant for New Years Eve

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The Foodie-file: Cremant for New Years Eve

champagneIf you want to drink Champagne all night long but don’t have the budget for it, look for a cremant instead. It sparkling wine from France – made exactly the same way as Champagne but made from the grapes of the region where it is produced. The one pictured here is Chateau De Montgueret, Cremant de Loire that we tasted in the test kitchen for an upcoming story. It’s great and only $19.95. I have been drinking it throughout the holidays with just about everything. Other cheap options are Nino Franco Prosecco ($17.95) or Roederer, a Californian sparkling ($27.95). Have a great New Years Eve! Click here to sign up for Christine's Food for Friends e-newsletter!
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