Royal Wedding Champagne

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  1. Hmm a Vintage Krug would certainly be a nice choice but I kind of hope the ‘new’ Royals will serve a local sparkling wine. To be honest I would choose a small local Champagne producer but their choice will be critiqued, interesting to see what they choose.

    • jayne says:

      Well I kind of have to agree with you there. But ‘local’ bubbles for Prince William would mean drinking a popular Cornish wedding wine called Camel Valley or champagne-style multi award winner Nyetimber from East Sussex – both already used on state occasions but unlikely to replace big brand name champagne for the wedding of the century!

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