The Five Champagnes you should be drinking on NYE

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By Tangie Jones

Born and raised in Detroit, Bartender/Beverage Consultant. Due to Covid, my hobbies now consist of tequila and reading.

Even though we won’t be at a party this year as usual, I can’t think of a better year to celebrate. So here’s to surviving 2020

Veuve Clicquot YELLOW LABEL BRUT

-A finely tuned champagne with notes of vanilla, white fruit, and a buttery finish, leads to it being not only a cultural icon ,but the perfect aperitif for any occasion.

PIERRIER JOUËT Belle Époque Vintage

-Deemed the innovators of Brut style Champagne, this vintage treat never disappoints the palate. Presenting a vibrant hue with harmonious cuvée of floral fragance and chardonnay, this historic beverage satifies with each sip.

Cherulin Champagne Brut Spèciale

- NBA hall of famer Isiah Thomas and the Cherulin family came together to introduce the world to this vivid, medium bodied libation. Hosting a citrus finish with a woody aroma and less than 5g of sugar allows for a clean, crisp taste.

Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

-The orginal house of Champagne provides us with a delightful bubbly that allures to the senses. From its highly- acclaimed chardonnay blend to its faint golden yellow hue, it compliments every experience effortlessly. Ripe citrus fruits and freshness reminds us all about the importance of legacy with every swallow.

Jacques Selosse Substance Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne Grand Cru

-The Who’s who of champagne gifts the tastebuds with a beautiful blend of earthy tones, apples, and highlights of oak. Full-bodied and savory. It exudes the essence of its region and not just age. Highly sought after for its exceptional ability to heighten not only the receptors, but also the moment.