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Time to toast, but what to choose?

For most revelers, affordable bubbly fits the bill

People shop at Exit 9 Wine & Liquor Warehouse in Halfmoon on Monday.  Champagne sales are expected to rise for New Year's Eve celebrations.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
People shop at Exit 9 Wine & Liquor Warehouse in Halfmoon on Monday. Champagne sales are expected to rise for New Year's Eve celebrations.
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Corks will be flying out of bottles come midnight, but in the meantime, it’s champagne bottles that are flying off shelves at local liquor stores. Mark O’Callaghan, owner of Exit 9 Wine & Liquor Warehouse in Clifton Park, said the most popular time to buy champagne for New Year’s Eve is just a few hours before the annual toast. “The most popular brand is Korbel,” he said. “Korbel would be a California sparkling wine.” According ...


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