These preserves combine a favorite summer fruit with pink Champagne.CreditTony Cenicola/The New York Times

Josephine’s Feast, a Brooklyn producer of preserves and condiments made mostly from local ingredients (even foraged beach plums), has welcomed summer with a fragrant new flavor, strawberries and pink Champagne. It has been recognized as a notable new product by the Specialty Food Association, the trade group that runs the Fancy Food Show, which will take place in New York next month. Thick, with plump berries that have a winey complexity, the preserves deserve freshly baked muffins or scones. You could even drop a dollop or two into a glass of bubbly: Strawberries and Pink Champagne Preserves, $10 for eight ounces, josephinesfeast.com.

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