Whether it’s to greet your guests, conclude your ceremony or toast the speeches, a glass of champagne makes a classic and classy touch to your wedding celebration. And these days there are also many ways in which this time old tradition of icy cold bubbles can be adapted to suit your particular style of wedding too.
Of course we all know that champagne pairs perfectly with strawberries, but why not try adding berries or fruit of your choice to the flutes to match your particular theme? For example use blackberries in winter, small bunches of black or white currants when at a vineyard, or sprigs of lavender for a country wedding.
You could even set up a Champagne Bar at your wedding reception, at which one or two champagnes are offered alongside a selection of treats that your guests may pop into their glasses to make up a drink that is unique to them and their tastes.
Just imagine having the option of adding one of the following to your glittering glass of champagne: fresh fruit juices and purées, flavoured liqueurs such as St Germain, Creme de Cassis or Chambord, fresh basil or mint, lemon or orange twists, candied ginger and vanilla syrup!
At Sarabah Estate Vineyard we understand that our clients wish to provide guests with a certain level of quality, which is why we are proud purveyors of Moët and Chandon champagne.
We offer both Moët Impérial and Rosé Impérial to accommodate various palates and are more than happy to discuss with you the various ways in which a champagne reception can be a part of your wedding celebration.