Food & Drink
Richard Juhlin’s New Year’s Eve champagne tips
Dom Pérignon P2 1998
Pop it when you bring out the cheese board.
Classic is also a great budget champagne for cheese.
Dom Ruinart 2004
The perfect aperitif. A great choice in a cheaper segment would be Henriot Brut Souverain.
Selosse Les Carelles
Serve it together with a brioche with whitefish roe, avocado and smetana.
Roederer Cristal 2009
Cristal in the glass, salma salmon rolls with lemon, truffle and ricotta on the plate. Roederer Brut Premier works just fine as a budget choice.
An amazing champagne that I would love to serve with porcini- stuffed quail. A cheaper choice would be Bollinger Special Cuvée.
Published: December 28, 2016