Two Extraordinary Ways to Make Mother’s Day Sparkle

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, it seemed like the perfect time to share a collection of our favourite recipes, gifts and (of course!!) decadent and delicious Champagnes that will help make this special day sparkle. Nothing says “I love you!” quite like a decadent morning of delicious sips and bites, shared in the company of the extraordinary women in our lives. Today we want to bring your attention to a couple of incredible bottles of bubbly produced by a Champagne House well known for the role of an iconic matriarch – Champagne Bollinger.

n/v Champagne Bollinger Brut Rosé Champagne

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“I tasted the new NV rosé at Bollinger last week, based on the 06 and 07 vintages, and it amazed me as it did in the same room a year prior. Gorgeous elegance of rose petals and strawberry hull, beautiful minerality and the utmost poise. How can the bold Bollinger recipe create such delicacy?”

96 / 100 Points
Tyson Stelzer
www.TysonStelzer.com

2002 Champagne Bollinger La Grande Année Champagne

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“66% pinot noir and 34% chardonnay, 88% from Grand Cru vineyards, and 300 different parcels, all barrel-fermented in used oak. Once bottled it spends eight years on lees under cork prior to disgorgement, its dosage 8g/l. Despite the double jeopardy of cork, taint is seldom an issue. Deep green-gold, it is very complex yet supple and seductive, fresh yet mouthfilling, a cornucopia of almond, dried/crystallised fruits, spice, toast, and even a touch of honey. It rings my bell.”

97 / 100 Points
James Halliday
WineCompanion.com.au

Decadent Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

Lobster Breakfast Tacos – RECIPE

Goat Cheese & Asparagus Quiche – RECIPE

Smitten Kitchen’s Beautiful Breakfast Pizza  – RECIPE

Lemon & Ricotta Pancakes w/ Blueberries – RECIPE

Crepes w/ Fresh Strawberry Marmalade & Mascarpone – RECIPE

More about Andrew Hanna

Pulling corks and pushing cases as a third generation wine importer in Ontario, Canada selling fine wines and spirits produced by families - not factories. Get the full story at winetrader.ca

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