6 Scintillating Sparkling Wines from Europe

6 Scintillating Sparkling Wines from Europe

Raise a glass to the world of sparkling wine! French Champagne is the most famous, of course, but there are many types of bubbly wine enjoyed around the world, and some of the best/most nobale hail from Europe. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or just want to enjoy a glass with friends, there is a sparkling wine out there for everyone. Here are some of the most popular types that you can find at your favorite wine shop or online

Champagne (France)

The world´s most renowned bubby is produced exclusively in the Champagne region of France using the traditional méthode champegnoise with the grapes of pinot noir, pinot Meunier, and chardonnay. Known for its high quality, Champagne is often associated with celebrations and special occasions. Look for bottles with the "Champagne" label, as this indicates they have been produced in the Champagne region and adhere to strict production standards. Our online wine store offers a selection of Champagne types, including brut, extra brut, and vintage Champagne, to cater to all tastes and preferences. 

Prosecco (Italy)

For those looking for a light and refreshing sparkling wine, this excellent sparkling wine is made from the Glera grape in northern Italian Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia regions (the latter of which is home to the eponynous village of Prosecco, near Trieste). Known for its fruity and floral notes, it´s perfect as an aperitif, pairs well with light appetizers such as cheese and crackers, and comes in dryer versions from sweet to dry..

Asti Spumante (Italy)

Also from northern Italy (the Piedmont region, to be precise, and named after the city of Asti), for those with a sweet tooth this beloved sparkling wine has a unique flavor profile. Produced from the Moscato Bianco grape, it´s known for its refreshing and delicate fruity and floral notes and high sugar content, pairing perfectly with desserts or enjoyed on its own. It also has a relatively lower alcohol content (7-9 percent), it's an excellent option for daytime celebrations, picnics, or brunch. Our online wine store has a variety of high-quality Asti Spumante options that will suit your taste and budget.

Cava (Spain)

A popular sparkling wine produced in the Catalonia region of Spain using the traditional méthode champenoise from a blend of local grape varieties, including Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarel-lo, cava is known for its crisp and refreshing taste. Enjoy it on its own or paired with a wide range of foods. Our wine store offers a diverse selection of Cava bottle, from the classic brut style to the rosé and sweeter options, to cater to all tastes. 

Crémant (France)

If you're looking for a high-quality sparkling wine that won't break the bank, this French bubbly is produced using the traditional method in several regions of France, including the Loire Valley and Alsace, and is made from a variety of grapes, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Chenin Blanc. Crémant is a versatile wine that pairs well with a wide range of foods and is a great choice for celebrations and special occasions.

Sekt (Germany)

Germany may not be known for its wine production, but it is home to some excellent sparkling wines, including Sekt. Made using the traditional method, it's crisp and refreshing and serves as a great alternative to Champagne. Made from a variety of grapes including Riesling, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay, expecially in revions like Baden, Pflaz, and Mosel, Sekt comes in a range of dry and sweet options.


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  • Prosecco is one of my favourites!

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