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NV Korbel Extra Dry
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NV Korbel Extra Dry

Producer: Korbel
Style: Sparkling
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: California
Region: Other California

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85 Points | Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
86 Points | Wine Spectator

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Excellent Extra Dry
07/12/2011
by Santana13973020
This is a great champagne for the value! I love the extra dry compared to the Brut. I've bought a case just to keep in the house when friends come over for Sunday Brunch and want a mimosa. I like to drink it alone also on occasions.
Great for the $$$
01/02/2009
by Stuart12676722
I love the Korbel Extra Dry. Very nice and crips and easy to drink. A winner!!!
I love this !!!!!!
04/07/2006
by Gower11386126
I am no champagne or sparkling wine specialist but I KNOW what I like and I love this!!!! I never thought I could like the taste of anything that had 12% alcohol in it. I have been a German mosel wine drinker for years and they run from about 7-7.5% alcohol for the ones I like. I was pleasantly surprised when friends of mine from Wilson told me about Korbel extra dry. This is my opinion and it really suits my taste buds.

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Chardonnay

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