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Item # 601

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  • California champagne
  • Medium dry with crisp fruit flavors
  • Aroma of apple and pear balanced out by floral notes and toasty yeast nuances
  • 88 pts., NV Wine Spectator
  • 87 pts., Wine Enthusiast

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Cook's® Brut California Champagne (1.5 L) has heady aromas of apple and pear that are balanced with light floral and yeast notes to bring the beverage together. While the champagne is available here in a 1.5-liter version, it also comes in mini champagne bottles for a single-serving option for parties and get-togethers. It's ideal for any celebration where a glass of bubbly is mandatory.

What is the Brand Behind Cook's Brut California Champagne?

Cook's California Champagne Brut has been around since 1859 when Isaac Cook created the first champagne for the brand. Ever since, the company has been offering new and innovative wines for a great price. This California champagne is one of the most popular in America and the wine is produced in Modera, California at the Mission Bell Winery.

California Champagne with Crisp Fruit Flavors

This Brut champagne is a Prosecco-style sparkling wine that is medium-dry. It has rich fruit aromas that appeal to many. The wine has excellent scores from many reputable wine experts. This champagne is one of the driest available but offers a good champagne experience for those who prefer that texture and mouthfeel.

What Dishes Does Cook's Brut California Champagne Pair Well With?

All sorts of different dishes pair well with California champagne, but some of the standouts include creamy soups, steamed mussels and clams and all your favorite brunch dishes. This wine also makes a nice pairing with cheeses like gouda, mild cheddar, Edam and Brie. Salty foods contrast nicely with the Brut champagne so feel free to drink it while indulging in fried mushrooms, prosciutto-wrapped appetizers and cocktail sausages.

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