More Typical, Less Costly Champagnes
Single-vineyard Champagnes are unusual, rare and expensive, generally starting around $100 a bottle. But good, moderately priced Champagne, made in the more typical manner of blending grapes grown in different places, is widely available, though rarely cheap. Expect to pay $45 to $55 for these six excellent, nonvintage choices, in alphabetical order.
LARMANDIER-BERNIER CHAMPAGNE LONGITUDE BLANC DE BLANCS EXTRA BRUT
Elegant and pure, with deep mineral flavors. (Polaner Selections, Mount Kisco, N.Y.)
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