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The Future of Champagne is Biodynamic. Now What the Hell is Biodynamic?

A primer on how to best break down your bubbly

Photo by Flickr user Anders Adermark.

With Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon—cellarmaster for hip-hop’s perennial toasting libation of choice, Cristal—recently proclaiming that the future of champagne “will be organic and biodynamic,” a discerning tippler begins to wonder. Does it matter if the bubbly in the glass you raise this New Year’s Eve is organic? And what does biodynamic mean, anyway?

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Champagne Cocktails to Ring in the New Year

A few classics to help you dress up that champagne for your holiday soirée—or to make the lower-quality leftover champers palatable on January 2nd.

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