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Cheapest champagne in Thailand ? I mean real Champagne from France ! How much ?

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Wine Connection has Drappier Brut NV for 2,999 Baht.

If you want a recognised name, Tesco Lotus has Moet & Chandon Brut NV for 3,899 Baht.

But does it really have to be champagne? American & Australian sparkling wines made by Champagne houses are much better value for money. And if it just needs to be sparkling wine, Prosecco here is around 550 Baht.

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Very good sparkling wines available from Oz and NZ made by the "Methode Champenoise", which may suit, and have also seen some French Champagne in Big C for about the price posted earlier.

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Looked today in Big C (Patong) and they have a French Champagne at 1890 baht a botlle........cheapest I've ever seen here.

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Just spotted that TOPS has Duval Leroy Brut NV at 2,599 Baht.

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Don't know anything about it I am a non alcoholic I drink only 2 glass of red wine a week that's all!

I prefer milk fruit shakes and tea!

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give them a few cans of john kepplers,after a few they wont tell the difference.tongue.png

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I'm pretty fussy about my wines and had maybe 1000 bottles back in Farangland. At my B'day party I bought a bunch of Lindeman's Brut & I found it to be about 100% better than expected. Small bead & good Pinot flavors. Cheap as chips here in Cambo -$8. It can't be >1000 in Thailand.

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Looked today in Big C (Patong) and they have a French Champagne at 1890 baht a botlle........cheapest I've ever seen here.

Do you remember the brand by any chance? Thanks!

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Marius

Champagne Canard Duchene

Sorry I don't remember it but I will look it out today and get back.............almost certainly a co-operative on the fringes of the Champagne appellation I would think as the touted extension to the area designated "Champagne" has not yet taken effect (to my knowledge).

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