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How to Serve Champagne

Float berries in the glass for a fun way to serve champagne.

Actress Marlene Dietrich famously said, "Champagne makes you feel like it's Sunday and better days are just around the corner." Long reserved for special occasions, champagne has broken out of its serving box and can be sipped with a variety of foods and on a variety of days. Whether you're hosting a champagne party, gathering with friends, or toasting a special occasion, here are five champagne serving ideas to try.


How to serve champagne at a party:  Freeze clusters of blueberries and raspberries in small ice cube trays and let a frozen fruit cube bob in the champagne.

How to colorfully coat glass rims: Dip champagne flutes in water and then dip in pastel-colored sugar.

How to serve champagne with flowers: For the ultimate feminine aperitif, sprinkle organic rose petals in champagne in festive hues of salmon, cranberry, or pink.

How to serve champagne with more flavor: Place a perfect sprig of lavender down the length of the flute. It’s simply stunning engulfed in the twinkling hue of champagne, and adds a layer of flavor.

How to serve champagne at brunch: Kick off a festive brunch with an invigorating fruit cocktail made of frozen peaches blended with champagne and garnished with a fresh peach wedge.

Note: Champagne shown above with added fruit.