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My father bought a bottle to try. He said it was about $20.

Not bad stuff. Flavors of strawberry and berries.

I just wish that they could just keep the "Kirkland" brand mark off the bottle.
 
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Originally posted by Rothko:

I just wish that they could just keep the "Kirkland" brand mark off the bottle.


Why?


-IB

"Wine only turns into alcohol if you let it sit."---Lindsay Bluth
 
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Because I am a snob.
 
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Never heard of Kirkland in Champagne.

Where are they located?
 
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Never heard of Kirkland in Champagne.

Where are they located?


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ROTFLMAO! This may get my vote for post of the year.
 
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Never heard of Kirkland in Champagne.

Where are they located?


Reims
 
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Never heard of Kirkland in Champagne.

Where are they located?


Since you asked, I decided to see if I could figure that out.

Apparently, the Kirkland Signature champagnes are made by Janisson & Fil, located in the Village of Verzenay. However, it appears that most of the grapes are actually sourced from other vineyards.

Gotta love the Internet.
 
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Never heard of Kirkland in Champagne.

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...Between the toilet paper & the tastykakes. Wink
 
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They had this at costco here fore $19.99.
 
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They had this at costco here fore $19.99.


At that price, I would buy a bottle or two, just to have around the house in the event that a sudden need for champagne arises.
 
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I bought a bottle last year in Total Wine if Florida. The salesman told me it was owned by Moet. It was innocuous. Not bad, but I can find better at a similar price from California.


Just one more sip.
 
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I can find better at a similar price from California.


True story.

For $19.99, I'm all-in for Argyle Brut (albeit Oregon).

For a few bucks more, it's Schramsberg.
 
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For $19.99, I'm all-in for Argyle Brut (albeit Oregon).



I wouldn't use the phrase "all-in" right now.

Razz
 
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For $19.99, I'm all-in for Argyle Brut (albeit Oregon).



I wouldn't use the phrase "all-in" right now.

Razz


Big Grin And thanks for the honesty Rothko. Smile


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You are welcome. Big Grin
 
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