Champagne and Appetizers
Champagne is a region of France, and only wines which come from this region can properly be called "Champagne". Similar drinks from California, Massachusetts, and the rest of the world should be called "sparkling wines".
What appetizers are traditional with this fine sparkling wine?
Yes, liver. Champagne is traditionally paired with duck or goose liver. The soft, smooth texture of the fois gras pairs nicely with the gentle bubbles and delicate flavor of Champagne.
I have a set of pages on Champagne and cheese pairings. Some of my favorites are brie, gouda and mild cheddar.
Avoid the lemon or vinegar when you're serving these with Champagne.
A raw shrimp appetizer is a perfect pairing with Champagne. Just avoid that heavy red sauce.
Mushrooms and Champagne are a great pairing, so any sort of appetizer you can create using mushrooms will go quite nicely.
I love sushi, and Champagne goes perfectly with it. At your next party, put out some sushi appetizers with the Champagne and watch the smiles begin!
The Basics of Champagne
Methode Champenoise - How Champagne is Made
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