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Super Bowl: Toast A Glass of Wine On Super Bowl Championships

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Whenever you think of a promotion, a birthday, a victory, you always think of how to celebrate such events. You may be thinking of going out to drink, or stay inside your homes and eat the best dinner you can think of. And dinner meals are best paired with the best wine. Aside from these events, championship games are also the best events to drink wine while watching and celebrating your favorite team’s victory. 

 

Gone are the days that people would drink beer while watching the Super Bowl Championships. The current trend is a more classy way of celebrating – drinking a glass or two of the best wine.

Champagne 

Nothing is more celebratory than a bubbly glass of champagne. Popping the cork of a bottle of champagne has been the tradition during celebrations. It is a white sparkling wine that is made only in France’s Champagne region. 

 

The tradition of drinking champagne started many centuries ago. During King Clovis’ First Holy Communion as king, they drank champagne as customary liquor, but it was not yet bubbly that time. Later on, it became popular among French royals. The survivors of the French Revolutions also drank champagne to celebrate their victory.

 

There are many champagne brands to choose from. These are  Moët & Chandon, Pol Roger Brut, Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs, Krug, Billecart Salmon Clos Saint, and Delamotte. You can buy these wines at your local wine shop or buy wines online at Sokolin

Sparkling Wine

The common misconception is that champagne is the same with sparkling wine. However, there are distinctions between champagne and sparkling wine. Not all sparkling wines are champagne. The very evident difference is that champagnes are only produced in the Champagne region of France, while there are sparkling wines that may come from Spain, Italy, or Germany. 

 

Sparkling wine can be white or red. This wine is bubbly wine also widely used for celebrations. It is best served when it is well-chilled. The famous sparkling wines are Schramsberg Blanc de Blancs, Roederer Estate Brut, Domaine Chandon Etoile Brut, and Domaine Chandon. 

 

Red Wine

 

The red shades of red wines come from the color of the skin of the grapes used to produce them. There are many places that plant red grapes, so there are also many versions of red wines in every region. 

 

The most famous red wine is the Cabernet Sauvignon, which was only discovered because of the accidental breeding of two varieties of grapes. The grapes used here are mainly planted in Bordeaux but are also widely planted in California. Other popular red wine varieties are Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Shiraz. 

 

This wine is best paired with red and heavy meats, such as steak, lamb, burgers, and barbecue. It can also be paired with mushrooms and dense cheese. So while you are munching on a burger while watching the Super Bowl 2020 championships, it would be good to drink a glass of red wine alongside it. 

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White Wine

This wine is best served before your meals when watching the championships. Because it has a lighter taste, it will not interfere with the meal that you will eat after drinking.

 

The popular varieties of white wine are Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Riesling. The taste that is common to these three wines are pears, peaches, and green apple. The popular brands are Abbazia di Novacella, Alain Chavy Puligny Montrachet, and Alban Vineyards. 

 

Rosé

Unlike the red and white wines that come from same-colored grapes, pink wines or rosé do not come from pink grapes. This wine is made from red grapes. The juices of the grapes are soaked with the skin. When the color of the juice turns pink, the skins are removed. This wine is not made from a mixture of red and white wine, which is a common misconception.

 

This wine is famous during summer or hot weather, but it can still be enjoyed during the Super Bowl championships this February. It has a sweet flavor profile, with hints of strawberry and mango in every sip. This wine is best paired with salmon and fresh fruit and vegetable salad. So if you don’t like eating steak while watching the championships, then this wine is for you.

 

The popular rosé bottles are Le Grand Noir Rosé, Edna Valley Vineyard Rosé, Triennes Vin de Pays du Var Rosé, Château Puech Haut Prestige Rose, and Villiera Tradition Rosé Brut. The best thing about this wine is that it is cheaper than other kinds of wines!

Takeaway

With the Super Bowl championships approaching, more and more people are preparing for the food and drinks to be consumed while watching the Championships. Wines are classier and healthier than beers, which makes them the best partner while watching the Championships. Plus, if your team wins, then you can also celebrate with your wine of choice.

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