High: Pol Roger
Low: G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge
When to serve: It’s the most traditional of sparkling wines, so make sure to pour champagne for your wedding toast.
When to serve: The crisp, rosy-hued wine is refreshing for a summer wedding or during a wedding-shower brunch.
When to serve: If you’re serving champs on the wedding day, pour cava at the rehearsal dinner to spice things up.
Low: Bellini cocktail
When to serve: Prosecco has a better price point, so to save on your budget, you can pour it during the reception or as part of a sparkling cocktail.