An often asked question, which of course depends on what size of bottle and what size and type of glass you use.
In this article, we find out how many glasses you get from a standard bottle of champagne, how to calculate how many bottles and cases you will need to order for a party or wedding. We'll also answer the question of 'What is the best glass to drink champagne from?'
Many customers like to have bottles of champagne with a label design specific to their company or brand. We can supply bottles of champagne with a full colour label to your design.
We supply Granzamy Pere & Fils champagne, either white or rosé, with your own label in full colour. The major champagne houses do not like their labels being removed and replaced, so if you want branding with these champagnes then we offer branding on the gift boxes. We have imported Granzamy champagnes direct from the producer for 15 years; the quality is excellent and because they don't spend masses on brand advertising and there are no middlemen it is a great value price.
Most commercial wedding venues such as hotels will be very happy to supply you with champagne - you can normally opt to supply your own but the corkage charges don't usually make this advantageous.
If you are having your reception at a private house your option is to buy from a wine merchant or the supermarkets. Even with the best deals, serving champagne to many guests can be expensive. Here is an idea to cut down on the cost and have an enjoyable mini break.
Champagne is a very popular and acceptable gift in the UK and traditionally a drink to celebrate special events such as weddings and anniversaries.
The UK is the largest export market for champagne and a high proportion of bottles are given as gifts, which is why the champagne houses spend so much money and effort on their gift packaging. Although we give champagne gifts throughout the year, Christmas is the time when we give the most.