If, as Oscar Wilde claimed, only the unimaginative fail to find reasons for drinking Champagne, let us offer a remedy for even the least inspired: J. Lassalle’s sensory delight, Cachet Or. An equal showcase of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier lends this lively cuvée body, structure, and pure exuberance. Notes of fresh-baked peach galette and candied tangerine unwind in a glass that needs no company but is glorious with salty treats—potato chips and caviar, crispy fried chicken, or even a simple grilled cheese (add truffles as you please). Now in the house’s third generation of female-led winemaking, this utterly bewitching grower Champagne is the most fabulous way to add magic to the mundane. So how many bottles will you need on hand? We’ll leave that to your imagination.
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