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Champagne Pol Roger (left) was Sir Winston Churchill's favourite. The Carrick Pinot Noir 2003 (right) is a worthy substitute for Burgundian Pinots, the prices of which have shot up.

Champagne can be an anytime drink!

They go well with oysters or any Singapore shellfish. And a 2003 New Zealand Pinot Noir is a substitute for pricey Burgundian Pinots.
Apr 17, 2015 5:50 AM

CHAMPAGNE is a wine. Despite it having been around for as long as any other wine, there is still the old mindset that it is meant to be drunk only for celebratory occasions or as an aperitif - or poured over a pyramid of champagne glasses at weddings.

The incentive to re-visit this

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