Valentine’s Day Champagne and Roses at Cheese Plus

7 Feb

Nothing says I love you like a bottle of Champagne and some red red roses. But you still have to go to work the next day, and a whole bottle split between two, well; if you want to get up the next morning clear-headed…not to mention the importance of being alert and energetic after dinner…

Anyways, the clear answer is to get a half-bottle. It’s easy on your pocketbook and on your Advil bottle, but you still get authentic Champagne. Your loved one will be thrilled, and so will you.

This Valentine’s Day Cheese Plus will be doing a pre-order special for a bouquet of six roses and a half-bottle of Champagne. For only $45 you can get a gorgeous bouquet of six long stem, local roses and a split of Serge Mathieu Blanc de Noirs. Originally priced at $24 and $26 respectively, a pre-order gets you ten percent off. Sunday February 11 will be the last day for pre-orders so get on it! John Herbstritt of Cheese Plus

Serge Mathieu Tradition Blanc de Noirs 375 mL- $23.99

All Pinot Noir based Champagne from the Aube in the Southern part of the Champagne region. Richly textured, ripe cherries and strawberries, with a hint of orange peel on the finish. Perfect with triple cream cow’s milk cheese like Brillat-Savarin or Mt. Tam from Cowgirl Creamery.

Six-rose bouquet from Paul Robertson Floral – $25.99

Our resident florist Paul makes every day special here at Cheese Plus, but for St. Valentine be pulls out all the stops. Six perfect local long stem roses in a beautifully wrapped bouquet. Roses are red, yes, but you don’t have to be.

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