Korbel’s Holiday Bubbly and Chocolate Countdown

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    Jill Weinlein

    This holiday season, Korbel California Champagne creatively came up with the idea for fans to make their own advent calendar box. “What’s Better Than A Box Of Chocolate?” How about a mini bottle of Korbel bubbly with chocolate each evening?

    Make an advent box to count down the days in anticipation of Christmas or celebrate the 8 Days of Hanukkah each night by opening a bottle of bubbly when lighting the menorah. This tasting duo also makes a lovely hostess gift or Christmas present.

    Korbel California Champagne sells individual 187 ml bottles for $5 or bundles of 24 mini bottles for $102. Pair with a Lindt chocolate or Lindor truffle to enhance the sweet sensation of the tasting experience.

    Jill Weinlein

    Korbel uses the finest grapes in California and harvests them two weeks early to promote their Korbel Brut. This helps produce delicate bubbles and crisp and bright flavors. It’s an ideal bubbly to start a holiday brunch or evening party, as its crisp acidity pairs beautifully with appetizers such as cheese, oysters, caviar, smoked salmon, sushi and salty foods. 

    Korbel Brut Rosé offers a hint of strawberry, cherry, and melon, and is known to be one of the most versatile, food-friendly varietals. Pour to enjoy with grilled shrimp, pizza, smoked meats, beets, and blue cheese. 

    Jill Weinlein

    Korbel Prosecco is produced and bottled entirely in the Prosecco DOC, Denominazione di Origine Controllata, located in North Eastern Italy, this bubbly is made with 100% Glera grapes using the traditional Charmat method. Focused on a fruit-forward style, this offers the aromas of white peaches, pear and lemon zest. Korbel’s dry Prosecco is light, crisp and easy to drink anytime of the day.

    Have your own Chocolate and Bubbly party at home. Purchase bottles of Korbel California Champagne and your favorite chocolates to pair together for a sweet ending to 2022.





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