How to Drink (Not Spend) BIG on New Year’s – Drink Bravely with Mark Oldman – Episode 58

Cheap wine is not bad wine! This New Year’s, if you want to avoid overpaying a restaurant or bar for the right to experience tepid beer, viciously thumping music, and the crush of overindulging strangers, Mark Oldman has the solution for you. In this video he demonstrates that you can “go big” at home by treating your friends and family to a big bottle of affordable bubbly served in jumbo-sized candy trays available at most houseware stores.

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Featured wine:
Mionetto Prosecco di Valdobbiadene “MO Sergio” Extra Dry NV (Italy, 3L, $58 – the 1.5L is about $25)

Other Excellent & Economical Grande-Size Bubblies (all currently for sale in the U.S.)
Drusian Prosecco Brut NV (Italy, 1.5L, $30)
Jaume Serra Cristalino, Brut Cava Brut NV (Spain, 1.5L, $20)
Gruet Blanc de Noir Brut NV (New Mexico, 1.5L, $42)
Korbel Brut NV (California, 1.5L, $25)
Roederer Estate Anderson Valley Brut (California, 1.5L, $50)
Ruggeri Prosecco, Extra Dry Gold Label (Italy, 1.5L $50)
Segura Viudas Cava Reserva Heredad Brut (Spain, $44)
Taittinger La Francaise Champagne Brut NV (France, 1.5L, $75)

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