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Korbel Champagne Cellars

Korbel Champagne Cellars Established in 1882, Korbel Champagne Cellars has been a part of America's greatest celebrations for more than 120 years. It has been the exclusive champagne of the past five presidential inaugurations, and was the champagne of choice for the Camelot years of the Kennedy administration. Korbel has been a supporter and licensee of the 1996 Olympic Games, an Official Supporter of the 2000, 2002 and 2004 U.S. Olympic Teams and the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, a supporter of Team Dennis Conner for the 1995 America's Cup and the first global sponsor of Times Square 2000. Korbel is the number one selling premium methode champenoise-produced champagne in America.

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13250 River Road, Guerneville, CA, US, 95446 Email: info@korbel.com
Phone: 707-824-7000 Web: www.korbel.com
Fax: 707-869-2506
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  Korbel Brut
Korbel Brut is America's favorite bottle-fermented champagne. It is used to celebrate more weddings, anniversaries, and New Years celebrations than any other quality champagne. Korbel Brut is light and crisp, with spicy fruit flavors. It is finished with a 1% dosage for a balanced medium-dry finish. Korbel Brut is perfect for every celebration and many meals. Try it with chicken dishes, oriental foods, especially those using lemon grass or mild curries. Korbel Brut is also great served with many fruits and milder cheeses.
  Korbel Brut Rose
Korbel Brut Rosé Champagne is a bright, fresh flavored wine with flavors of strawberry, cherry and melon. Brut Rosé is medium-dry and has a noticeable blush of color. Serve Korbel Brut Rosé with smoked chicken, fruit-based salads or chocolate.
  Korbel Chardonnay Champagne
Korbel's Chardonnay Champagne combines the richness and complexity of Chardonnay wine with the fun and lively personality of champagne. Chardonnay Champagne fills your mouth with the flavors of tropical fruit, apples, figs and a touch of oak. The bright, sparkling finish is pure champagne. Chardonnay Champagne's richness makes it a wonderful champagne to serve throughout a meal. Try chicken and a seafood dishes, pasta with cream-based sauces, or a slice of apple pie.
  Korbel Extra Dry
Korbel Extra Dry is a crisp, off dry champagne, which is light, refreshing and very easy to like. Extra Dry has flavors of citrus, melon and spice. Korbel Extra Dry is a good pairing for salads with sweet fruit-based dressings, and spicy foods, especially Thai or Vietnamese cuisine using cilantro, ginger and chilies.
  Korbel Le Premier
Our special, limited reserve, Korbel Le Premier Champagne is a complex cuvée with toasty nutty aromas followed by a delicate apple and berry flavor.
  Korbel Merlot Champagne
The 1999 Korbel Merlot Champagne is an experimental cuvee made from merlot grown in the Sonoma Valley and Russian River areas of Sonoma County. These areas produce very intense fruit driven varietal flavors in merlot. The merlot grapes used in this cuvee were fermented on the skins, in the traditional red wine manner. After barrel aging, the cuvee was bottle fermented in the Methode Champenoise tradition, combining the richness of merlot table wines, with the fun and sparkle of champagne.
  Korbel Moscato Frizzante
Korbel Moscato Frizzante is a delightfully aromatic and sweet summer sparkler, perfect for sipping on a hot summer day. We make our Moscato from the Muscat Canelli grape, the same grape as used for the production of the sparkling wines of Asti in Northern Italy. We harvest the grapes fully mature from warmer climates, where the Muscat can develop its trademark floral and sweet fruit characters to the fullest. Unlike most sparkling Moscatos, this cuvée was bottle fermented in the Méthode Champenoise tradition. This cuvée is a very limited release, and is only available in our wine shop and to our wine club members. Try Korbel Moscato Frizzante with fruits and fruit-based deserts.
  Korbel Natural'
A crisp, delicately dry champagne, Korbel Natural has been served exclusively at the last five presidential inaugurations and is one of the few things both political parties agree on.
  Korbel Non-Vintage Blanc De Noirs
Fresh and full of flavor, Korbel Non-Vintage Blanc de Noirs is the perfect summer champagne. Korbel uses Pinot Noir cuvées with lots of fruit forward flavors of raspberry and strawberry, balanced with a moderate dosage for a delicate medium-dry finish. Korbel Non-Vintage Blanc de Noirs is a classic pairing with smoked chicken, or desserts using chocolate, raspberries or strawberries.
  Korbel Pinot Grigio
Korbel Pinot Grigio Champagne is a delicate and refreshing cuvee based on the Pinot Grigio grape variety of the Alsace region of France. The same grape variety is also known as Pinot Grigio in northern Italy and Ruhlander in Germany. Pinot Grigio is known for its aromatic delicacy and spicy fruit flavor. We ferment our Pinot Grigio cuvee base wines slowly in cold stainless steel tanks, to best preserve their delicate flavors. This cuvee is a very limited release, and is only available in our wineshop and to our wine club members. Try Korbel Pinot Grigio Champagne with fruits, especially pears, and fruit based sorbets. Korbel Pinot Grigio Champagne also pairs well with prosciutto and many spicy oriental dishes.
  Korbel Rouge
This medium-dry champagne, possessing intense black cherry and strawberry-plum aroma and flavor, has a dramatic red color - created from Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
  Korbel Sec
Korbel Sec was the first champagne produced by Korbel more than 100 years ago, and it is still created in its original style. Sec has flavors of ripe melon and apricot with a touch of sweetness that makes it and excellent choice to accompany fruit salads and desserts such as custards, tarts, sorbets and light cakes.
  Korbel Vintage Dated Blanc De Noir
A reserve, premium champagne, with rich, full balance, made from our finest Pinot Noir vineyards in the Russian River Valley.

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