We have heard that some people only drink champagne when there is a . What a shame!
Of course, champagne is very often used as a way of welcoming guests into an event or into your house.
But as a special , it is far more versatile in our opinion.
Have you thought of having champagne at breakfast? Yes of course you have. You can admit it. You're amongst friends here.
It's not bad at lunchtime either. Needless to say, most of us tend to consume champagne at dinner. We could go into a bit too much detail and talk about which level of sweetness of champagne matches with which meals, but for the moment we won’t.
Generally speaking, champagne is a good accompaniment for shellfish, seafood, caviar and light fish.
It's not a mistake to have dry champagne with chicken or steak.
(Do let us know about your favourite and different pairings with ).
Remember only roughly 0.4 bottles of champagne are imported for each member of the adult population in Australia each year. Which we all know is hardly enough.
If you would like more than your fair share of champagne delivered to your door in Australia, let us help.
Should you need any more encouragement to enjoy champagne, we list below a few occasions over the next 12 months when you can enjoy some bubbles.
New Year's Eve 31st December 2020
New Year's Day 1st January 2021
Australia Day 26th January
Chinese New Year 12th/13th February
St Valentine's Day 14th February
Adelaide Cup 8thMarch
Canberra Day 8th March
St Patrick's Day 17th March
Easter Sunday 4th April
My Birthday 18thApril
ANZAC Day 25th/26th April
May Day 3rd May
Mother's Day 9th May
Queensland Day 6th June
Queen's Birthday 14th June
Christmas in July 8th - 11th July
NSW Bank Holiday 2nd August
NT Picnic Day 2nd August
Father's Day 5th September
Queen's Birthday 4th October
Halloween 31st October
Melbourne Cup Day 2nd November
Thanksgiving Day 24th November
Please feel free to add your own special days to celebrate. Don’t hold back. But above all, plan early and order your champagne early.