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Finally it is December. The year is winding down, the weather is driving us indoors, and the festive season starts now! This month’s pack has exactly what you need for entertaining, fireside sipping, or just being prepared for when the extended family arrives. Pop the cork on this expressive Champagne when friends come over, or sabre on New Year’s Eve (check out my tips for fool-proof, safe sabering at newdistrict.ca). Marie Courtin is a tiny house, but greatly admired by insiders for supremely elegant and focussed bubbles. This is what is called ‘grower champagne’, and you must decant it and serve in a crystal white wine glass, not a flute! Decant very slowly and you’ll have a completely different Champagne experience. If seared duck breasts with mushroom demi is on the menu, you’ll have the right moment to serve Ashton Hills Pinot Noir. From the chilly and lofty Adelaide Hills, it’s a perfumed, cherry-fruited beauty with just a little whiff of Pinot’s naughty side. Finally, a wine worthy of Christmas dinner, a refined and aristocratic claret from Margaux. Give Château Angludet half an hour in a decanter, then toast the season with your loved ones. Happy Holidays from all of us at NewDistrict.ca.

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Finally it is December. The year is winding down, the weather is driving us indoors, and the festive season starts now! This month’s pack has exactly what you need for entertaining, fireside sipping, or just being prepared for when the extended family arrives. Pop the cork on this expressive Champagne when friends come over, or sabre on New Year’s Eve (check out my tips for fool-proof, safe sabering at newdistrict.ca). Marie Courtin is a tiny house, but greatly admired by insiders for supremely elegant and focussed bubbles. This is what is called ‘grower champagne’, and you must decant it and serve in a crystal white wine glass, not a flute! Decant very slowly and you’ll have a completely different Champagne experience. If seared duck breasts with mushroom demi is on the menu, you’ll have the right moment to serve Ashton Hills Pinot Noir. From the chilly and lofty Adelaide Hills, it’s a perfumed, cherry-fruited beauty with just a little whiff of Pinot’s naughty side. Finally, a wine worthy of Christmas dinner, a refined and aristocratic claret from Margaux. Give Château Angludet half an hour in a decanter, then toast the season with your loved ones. Happy Holidays from all of us at NewDistrict.ca.

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