Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Holiday Gift Guide

When it comes to gifts for fizz fanatics, why not think outside the bottle? Here, the best of the season.

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The intern made the discovery.

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London-based designer Rupert Sanderson collaborates with Perrier-Jouet.

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A rare bottle of Heidsieck Monopole 1907 changes hands once again.

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The counterfeit Moët & Chandon Champagne is worth nearly $400,000.

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Tasting Room

Don't stop drinking Champagne just because New Year's has come and gone.

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Somm Comics

Sommelier Maryse Chevriere has a not-so-secret identity. When she isn't pouring at San Francisco's Petit Crenn, she's reigning on Instagram as @freshcutgardenhose, the world's foremost visual interpreter of wine tasting notes. For New Year's Eve, F&W asked her to doodle the flavors of three top Champagnes.

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Make This Now

Make this New Year’s Eve the Champagne-iest one yet.

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Infographic Spotlight

There’s no denying Champagne’s luxe appeal. It’s the obvious centerpiece beverage for a glitzy party, and nothing makes New Year's Eve feel special like a bottle of the real stuff. The problem? Champagne is expensive, especially if you take the occasion as an excuse to try something really nice. But thankfully for your wallet, the world's most famous sparkling wine isn't prissy about its pairings. Champagne tastes amazing with crispy, salty snack foods, so splurge at the wine shop and save by shopping for party food at the supermarket. Here's our guide to pairing Champagne with crispy chips, cheesy popcorn, cookies and other easy, cheap snacks.

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Wine Talk

We called it, and now Champagne producer Taittinger has confirmed it: The future of wine is English.

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