Oysters and caviar are two foods typically associated with Champagne. The cost of these items makes most people think they can only have them at special occasions or celebrations where a little splurging is tolerable.
However, Champagne doesn't always have to be a splurge item and can be paired with less expensive foods to get you drinking bubbly more often.
Ji and Ryan talk to Moet & Chandon winemaker Elise Losfelt, who shows them some Champagne and food pairings that won't break the bank. Some of these comfort foods include popcorn, hamburger and fries and grilled cheese.
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