Do you love having a glass of champagne before your meal?
Be creative and adventurous, serve a dry non-vintage champagne with savoury puff pastries, canapés and tapas, but beware of bitter flavours such as that of olive tapenade, which would be an affront to the fresh taste of the champagne.
Prefer a Blanc de Blancs?
Offer seafood that has been prepared simply, such as sushi or sashimi.
With a rosé champagne, have a little fun with colour: smoked salmon, taramosalata or a high-quality cured ham makes a great impression. When enjoying a mature vintage, know that such a champagne can pair up perfectly with certain cheeses, to be served in bite-sized cubes.