Five Champagne and Rosé Recommendations from the Farmer’s Daughters
The two true Farmer’s Daughters, Hillary and Haylee, know what’s up when it comes to busting out the bubbly. Here are their top recs for toast time, broken down into five bubbly and five rosé faves for delish sips. The best part is, the check-in time at RSVP comes with a glass of bubbly, on the house. Clinkies!
5 Champagnes to Help You Break out the Bubbly
This nonvintage bubbly from Piper-Heidsieck is as fresh-faced as you and as light as the summer sunshine. This is the romantic life-of-the-party, flitting here and there and delighting your palate. Feel lively as the champagne in your glass when you cheers with the Piper-Heidsieck Brut.
Veuve Clicquot Brut NV
That ever-fresh yellow label on the Veuve Clicquot Brut speaks class to those who know it well, and it sparks recognition and delight at first glance. This has been the Veuve Clicquot house specialty since 1772—if that doesn’t mean quality, we don’t know what will. Step back and take a sip: you deserve it.
Laurent-Perrier Brut La Cuvée
You can taste the age in every sip with La Cuvée from Laurent-Perrier. Smooth, gently textured, nearly creamy as it slips over your tongue, and utterly effervescent.
Franck Bonville Grand Cru Brut
At the beginning of the twentieth century, a maverick of bubbly, Franck Bonville, made a move to buy land recently affected by aphids. An act that some would call mad turned out to be a treat for our palates today with the Grand Cru Brut.
Dom Perignon, Choose Your Vintage
The ever-popular Dom Perignon is something to swirl and sip. Every wine is aged, and each vintage available for purchase on their website gives you the rundown on the conditions and foibles of that year so you can choose the ones that are simply the best.
5 Rosés to Revel In
The Perrin family joins with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to make this masterpiece of a rosé straight from the vineyards of Provence. Is it any wonder that the first lot of 6,000 bottles sold out within just a few hours? You have to try it.
The brut rosé from Gruet Winery brings the berries to bear and gives you something pretty and perfect to sip on. Taste for the zip of wild strawberry, raspberry, and cherry that dance across your tongue from the first sip to the last drop. This is a wine for relaxation and sunshine.
Veuve Clicquot Rich Rosé
The Veuve Clicquot Rich collection is all about personal flair and master mixology, and it’s the perfect opportunity to put your own spin on your drink. The rosé demands to be tinkered with, so don’t be afraid to add ice and toss in your fave ingredient. They recommend ginger, pepper, grapefruit, cucumber, pineapple, celery, tea, or lime.
Montaudon Grande Rosé Brut
Though it’s a brut, the Grand Rosé from Montaudon injects a bit of sweetness to save your puckering for smooching while you sip. It’s a rich one, rounded out with some crispness to refresh you.
Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rosé
This is a vibrant taste for the evening. Think LBD and red stilettos under a starry night on the town. With a fruity intensity and a coral color you should be able to match to your favorite lipstick, you’ll love the Nectar Imperial Rosé.
Ready to give them all a go. You will be able to find some of these during your stay at the RSVP Hotel. The rest you will have to go on your own champagne and rosé adventures to discover their taste tickling delight. Join us this fall and find more out about the boujee touches that the Farmer’s Daughters have brought to the BZN.
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