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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Le Grand Courtâge Southern Wedding – Gift Ideas

Speaking of the morning of your wedding day and getting ready with your best girls… you can’t forget the mimosas to properly toast to your wedding day! Champagne from Le Grand Courtage (I always love rosé!) or white wine from Speak Wines are two favorites: not only are their labels and packaging both beautiful and occasion-appropriate, but most any bridesmaid would love to be gifted a bottle or mini-bottle of champagne or wine. And with mimosas, you can’t forget the toasting flutes! Naturally Chic Gifts, based out of Raleigh, creates personalized champagne flutes (I’m a fan of the stemless ones!) and wine glasses in an array of metallic colors for your best girls.

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Le Grand Courtâge Fabulous Fall Tailgate with Le Grand Courtage and Katie Jacobs

All of our favorite things have collided—a feminine autumn tailgate with delicious food and sparkling wine set at a picturesque farm in Franklin featuring a vintage aqua truck and dreamy puppy dog.

Katie Jacobs of Styling My Everyday has put together a really beautiful and inspiring tailgate featuring not only great sparkling wine but also beautiful trays filled with colorful charcuterie, mini champagne pound cakes, sparkling apple cider sangria, gruyere and prosciutto pinwheels, and warm chicken pot pie!

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Le Grand Courtâge Mini 187ml Favors

For a chic way to celebrate at a bachelorette party or wedding, we suggest serving our Courtâge Cuties-the perfect single serving indulgence for you and those you love!

Each adorable 187 ml bottle is the perfect size for you and your guests to enjoy in the suite while getting ready, in the limo on the way to the party, or anywhere your festive plans may take you! Light and easy to carry, our mini bottles of Blanc de Blancs Brut and Brut Rosé add a dash of glamour to your fete.

Serve in a glass or with straws that match your color scheme. Colored paper straws are a nice addition to your theme, and also prevent make-up and wardrobe faux pas. Fabulous!

Indulge guests further with personalized name cards to show them how special they are to you! Or, personalize each bottle with your name and that of your partner, as well as the date of your wedding for a memorable wedding favor that will make everyone “Cheer!”

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Le Grand Courtâge Easy Deviled Eggs

12 hard-boiled eggs
¼ cup mayo
1 tsp yellow mustard
2 tsp chopped cornichons or pickles
1 tsp white vinegar
1 tsp cornichon juice
Tabasco hot sauce
Kosher salt and pepper for seasoning
Paprika
Chives – chopped

In a large pot, put eggs in and cover with cold water. On high heat, bring to a boil. When the water starts boiling, turn the heat off, cover the pot and let eggs steam for 15min. Drain the hot water and fill the pot with cold water for eggs to cool. Once cool, peel the eggs and cut them in half (I think it goes without saying, but do so, lengthwise). Remove egg yolks and place in mixing bowl.

Add in your ingredients: mayo, mustard, chopped cornichons, vinegar, hot sauce, cornichon juice, kosher salt and pepper (to your taste). Mix (easiest to do with a fork). Taste to ensure seasoned as desired.

DON’T FORGET YOUR PRESENTATION

We eat with our eyes, so gotta make these chicks look good! Instead of just scooping the mixture into the eggs (which can get messy), I chose to use a piping bag (here, and piping tip)! Looks delish and kinda profesh, no? Once you’ve piped the mixture into the eggs, place them on a platter.

After plating, just sprinkle with some paprika and chives on top and you’re all set.

Pair with Blanc de Blancs Brut

Source: Champagnedarling.com

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Le Grand Courtâge Blackberry French 75

½ cup Water
½ cup Sugar
¼ cup Fresh blackberries
1 oz Gin
1 tbsp Fresh lemon juice
2 oz Le Grand Courtâge Blanc de Blancs Brut
Fresh blackberries and lemon rind for garnish

In a small pan, add the water, sugar, and blackberries. Simmer for 5 minutes, stirring and then strain into a heatproof container like a mason jar. Set aside until cool and then chill in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add 2 tbsp of the blackberry simple syrup, 1 oz gin, 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice and then shake vigorously. Strain into a cocktail glass and then top with about 2 oz of Blanc de Blancs Brut. Garnish with a lemon rind and fresh blackberry if desired.

Adapted from: heatherchristo.com

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Très Chic Pink Pearl Snow Cone

1-½ oz Gin
1 oz Grapefruit liqueur
½ oz Aperol
1 oz Pink grapefruit juice
3-4 oz Tres Chic Rosé

Add gin, grapefruit liqueur, Aperol, grapefruit juice & Très Chic Rosé to a shaker to mix.

Pour mixture over prepared shaved ice. Garnish with mint or a grapefruit slice if desired.

Image source: Endlesslyelated.com

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Le Grand Courtâge Rosé Floral Sparkling Cocktail

12 oz Le Grand Courtâge Brut Rosé
12 oz Grapefruit juice
6 oz Vodka
½ oz of Mint simple syrup
Edible flowers for petal garnishes

Combine the vodka, grapefruit juice, Brut Rosé, and simple syrup and shake over ice until chilled, then strain and fill glasses.

In collaboration with Sugarandcloth.com

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