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Champagne comes exclusively from the Champagne region of France, and claims the honor of being the most famous of the sparkling wines. Technically, it is the only sparkling wine that may be referred to as "Champagne." Bubbly from all other regions in the world are simply referred to as "sparkling wine." Italy, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. give France a run for the money by producing some fantastic sparkling wines.
2 bottles for $19.99 each ($39.98) A slightly yeasty nose revealing light aromas of toast and fresh pear. The brilliant dry, acidic finish has a rich texture with enticing flavors of baked granny smith apples reminiscent of an apple crisp.Alcohol 12.0% Louis Bouillot is located on the Nuits Saint Georges. the estate continues to specialize in Crémant de Bourgogne.
Leaves many of the cheap NV Champagnes for dead. Super fine, biscuit and breads, searingly fresh lemon acidity with salivating mouth feel and life. Staggering value. Halliday gave it 96 points Cuvee No. 601. While the wine has had 6 years on yeast lees, and the flavours are correspondingly rich, there is also an exuberant freshness to the marriage of white flowers, white peach, ...
Chandon Brut is crafted to create a fresh and elegant style sparkling wine. Aromatics of citrus blossom, subtle pear and white nectarine combines with savoury characters of roasted nuts and delicate spices. The wine is soft with plenty of primary fruit characters, a creamy mid-palate and a crisp finish that tlingers on.
Fresh, vibrant and elegant aperitif style crafted in the traditional method. Enticing and distinctive it has a long, generous palate and a bright, crisp finish. Flavours of fresh ripe black cherries, citrus and stone fruit notes dominate the nose, complemented by freshly baked pie crust aromas from 18 months of yeast age.
Talk about value for money! A light golden hue with a beautiful almond and honey fragrance. Lifted characters of cremcaramel, guava and mint. A palate of fresh bakery delights, marmalades and jam and toasted brioche. Crisp and dry and bursting with freshness. Hails from the prestigous Burgundy region in France. For this price you cant really go wrong.
Creamy and consistent mousse. Attractive notes of rich honey, cashew nuts, lime and red apple. On the palate, a medium body wine with citrus and apple pie characters. The wine displays a beautiful structure based on fresh natural acid and balanced fruit sweetness. Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvée is crafted according to traditional methods.
12 bottles for $132 ($11 a bottle) plus FREE delivery around Brisbane Terrific every day quaffer under $12. Delicate fruit driven bubbles with a persistent bead in the glass. A long creamy palate and subtle toast and yeast flavours. Emily truly overdelivers at the price point offering much more finesse than many of its peers.
Crisp and refreshing mix of lemon, lime, grapefruit and white nectarine flavours leading into a soft and fleshy mid palate of honeydew, green apple and lemon sorbet. A blend of white varieties that reflect all that is desirable from McLaren Vale’s climate and soils. Comprising of 55% Vermentino, 23% Verdelho, 22% Sauvignon Blanc, the wine is a crisp yet refreshing and flavoursome ...
Finesse and elegance, balanced with flavour and, above all, drinkability. Tinged with copper hues, the wine deals out a delightful biscuit like nose combined with ripe strawberry and peach characters. The palate is rich and generous with a real vitality that’s heightened by the creamy mouth-feel. This is a sparkling that is just as enjoyable with food as it is on its own.
Dry and light. Lingering flavours of citrus and nougat combine elegantly with the creaminess from the fine bead mousse and fresh acidity. The Jansz Tasmania Non Vintage Premium Cuvée is pale gold in colour, with persistent fine mousse. The lifted nose displays honeysuckle and citrus notes from Tasmanian Chardonnay.
Fresh flavours of green apples, lemon curd and cinnamon spices carry over from the nose. It's creamy mouthfeel and zesty acidity a testimony to eighteen months spent on yeast lees. It's fine mousse and persistent bead both hallmarks of a serious sparkling Vouvray. 80 year-old vines give special character to this wine, made in the same way as those of the more famous Champagne.
A very popular Crémant de Bourgogne. This blend of Pinot Noir, Gamay, Chardonnay, and Aligoté, brings the best of both worlds. A slightly yeasty nose revealing light aromas of toast and fresh pear. The brilliant dry, acidic finish has a rich texture with enticing flavors of baked granny smith apples reminiscent of an apple crisp.
Delightful sparkling rosé wine comes from Burgundy. It is made of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Gamay Noir. The charming eye of the swan color comes from the addition of Pinot Noir to the wine when the lees are disgorged, following the traditional fermentation in the individual bottle, in the Champagne method. On the palate it is very rich and fruity but just off-dry on the finish.
A bargain non vintage sparkiling is the Croser NV. its refreshing, clean and dry. Delivers a rich palate incorporating fresh and vibrant Chardonnay fruit characters; apple and nectarine with Pinot Noir adding power and lifted strawberry notes. The wine has a creamy, almond brioche finish and a fine mousse.
Prosecco is supposed to be light and cheerful which this wine does very nicely especially with seafood. Think apples, melons, citrus blossom aromas with a decidely refreshing, lemony feel about it. Pizzini is one of many prosecco producers in the King Valley and, for the past three years at least, this has been a standout.
Delicate fruit driven bubbles with a persistent bead in the glass. A long creamy palate and subtle toast and yeast flavours. Emily truly overdelivers at the price point offering much more finesse than many of its peers. Very good bottle of fizz for the price and not too ...
'Barossa-based Thorn-Clarke always delivers bang for your buck. Its Sandpiper table wines are astonishing value and this bubbly follows suit. It is pale copper-pink in colour, with appetising red berry, citrus, spice and lightly yeasty notes on the nose, a smooth, rich palate and a touch of firmness on the lingering, fine aftertaste.
Excellent value for price. Medium bodied, soft and elegant. One of the better entry level NV Prosecco's that's going around. Fresh with a very nice creamy mouth feel, florally, fruity flavours and clean dry ...
Fresh and crisp, lovely crips fruit flavours of melon, pineaplle and citrus.It«s irresistibly bubbly in the glass , the pefect bubbly for any social occasion. The Yellow is the everyday sparkler in the excellent Yellowglen ...