The two most common places champagne is served at a wedding are during the toast or with the wedding cake / dessert.

The taste of champagne can be very different depending on what is accompanying it. First decide when champagne will be served at your wedding, and from there you can choose the type of champagne that fits and tastes best.

Most sparkling wines are labeled "brut," meaning they're quite dry and contain less than 1...

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Whether you are looking for that perfect wine to accompany your wedding meal, a unique and memorable wedding favor or gift, or simply advice on how to buy, taste, store, or serve your wine, look no further than Mount Nittany Vineyard & Winery. Their fri...

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