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Food for Fine Champagne
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post Sep 26 2008, 02:43 PM
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Rich combinations of blue and golden that play on the amber shade of a Fine Champagne, both subtle and light. Savour it neat, mixed with ice or as a long drink with tonic .

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"The Other Red Bigot(Ric Einstein"
post Jun 28 2000, 04:21 PM
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Hi Yvonne,

On number one choice for a wine like this is a lobster with salad. Second choice is pan fried (in butter) John Dory. Both have very subtle tastes and great textures. They also will both compliment the Dom very well.

The last bottle of Dom I had was sitting on the beach in Barbados (where there is no duty on wine so its very cheap) and eating it with freshly cooked crab.

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"Yvonne Butler"
post Jun 27 2000, 05:58 PM
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I have a bottle of Vintage 1992 Cuvee Dom Perignon and would like to know which type of food would best enhance the fine properties of this wine.



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