• I often advise people to cellar non-vintage champagnes: while these blends are generally made to show well in their youth, champagne has a remarkable capacity to age, and I always think that a non-vintage brut—any non-vintage brut—is more harmonious and more expressive 12 months after purchase, and usually even 24. But what about five years? Fifteen years? Twenty-five years?

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