There are many names associated with Sparkling Wine. Cava in Spain, Asti and Prosecco in Italy, whilst the French terms ‘Mousseux’ or ‘Crémant’ are used for sparkling wines not made in the Champagne region. England made some of the earliest examples of sparkling wine and has recently stepped into the limelight again with some excellent examples. The New World countries of New Zealand, Australia, USA and Argentina also feature in our range of sparkling whites, rosés and reds.
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Gouguenheim Sparkling Malbec Rosé Extra Brut NV
This characterful sparkler is full of delicate red fruit aromas and flavours of strawberries, bright cherries with a lovely fresh juiciness on the palate, beautiful balance and tiny bubbles.
Herbert Hall Traditional Method Brut Vintage 2015
Passion fruit, honey and mango aromas. Broad and mouth filling with notes of brown bread, ice cream, toast and tropical fruit. Creamy and generous but with delicious balance.
Herbert Hall Traditional Method Rosé Vintage 2015
Strawberry, hawthorn, cherry and some delicate floral notes. The palate has delicious richness, red fruit, fine tannins, is balanced and supple with a touch of mocha creaminess on the finish.
La Grande Marque Saumur NV Méthode Champenoise
The best known sparkling wine of the Loire, made using Méthode Champenoise (the Champagne method). This example shows a notable finesse deserving of its frequent medals. Beautiful length and enjoyable ‘toasty’ flavours on the palate. Delicious style and unusually has Cabernet Franc in the blend.