“For a toast at a larger wedding, whether that’s 50 people or 200,” says Benzie, “I would recommend a non-vintage brut Champagne. It’s equal-opportunity; no matter what style of wine guests like, they’ll like it.”
How much Champagne should I buy for my wedding?
As important as the Champagne toast is, most folks won’t drink more than a half-glass of sparkling wine. So unless your wedding attendees are all bonafide Champagne hounds, you don’t have to buy that much. You just need enough to fill glasses to halfway; about 1 bottle per 8-10 people.
Which is the most expensive champagne?
Most Expensive Champagne
|Wine Name||Grape||Avg Price|
|Louis Roederer Cristal Vinotheque Edition Brut Millesime, Champagne, France||Chardonnay – Pinot Noir||$1,193|
|Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Francaises Blanc de Noirs, Champagne, France||Pinot Noir||$1,168|
|Dom Perignon Wedding, Champagne, France||Champagne Blend||$1,127|
Is Korbel a good Champagne?
Best American Sparkling Wine: Korbel Natural California Champagne. Korbel has been a leader among California sparkling wines for years. … One of the great value bottles of bubbly, it pairs wonderfully with oysters and shrimp and is affordable enough to have around for a last-minute celebration.
How much does a decent bottle of Champagne cost?
Champagne often costs double the price of other sparkling wines, such as prosecco or cava. A decent-quality bottle of it can cost you anywhere from $50 to $300, and vintage bottles often sell for thousands.