Fiabesco Prosecco frizzante DOC spagoRegular price €16.00
A dry, floral prosecco with soft bubbles and the traditional string 'spago' to protect the cork.
A light and appetizing prosecco with low alcohol and vibrant pale gold colour. Soft, creamy bubbles burst with aromas of flowers and citrus in a deliciously refreshing and easy style.
|Wine colour||White wine|
|Grape variety||100% Glera|
André Clouet Grand Cru Réserve Brut, AOC ChampagneRegular price €55.00
A vibrant, luminously golden champagne, whose body and aromas blend with absolute harmony in the mouth. Velvety and sensual, deep and full-bodied, this champagne has all the virtues!
Lifted aromas of stone fruit, wheat kernel and strawberry, with a silky, mid-weight palate and a subtle, refined mousse. Crisp, elegant finish. A blanc de noirs made solely from Pinot Noir grapes.
A food-friendly Champagne that works wonders with creamy pastas, poultry and richer seafoods.
1. Rated ‘#1 Champagne under $50’ by the Wall Street Journal.
2. Robert Parker / Wine Advocate, 90 points - 'Offers up layers of mineral-infused red fruits on a silky, mid-weight frame, with gorgeous length and a refined, subtle mousse. This impeccable, elegant wine shows terrific overall balance as well as complexity. I loved it!'
Clouet is made by a father-and-son team whose wine is cellared beneath their pretty, vine-covered, 17th century house in the Grand Cru village of Bouzy, in the Montagne de Reims. Jean-François Clouet, winemaker, is known for his fanatical devotion to quality. Young and full of ideas, he aspires to Bollinger in style and quality.
Thanks to an ancestral land grant from Napoleon, Jean-Francois has the privilege of working with some of the best-situated vines in the Bouzy sub-region.
|Wine colour||White wine|
|Grape variety||90% Pinot Noir, 10% Chardonnay|
Bubble mix · the celebration selectionRegular price €356.00
There's a time and a place for champagne, but the same is true for all these delicious and ebullient alternatives, as you'll find out when you raise a glass of any of them.
We're delighted to offer really good bubbles that don't break the bank, and in any case four of these six wines are made by the 'traditional' method of secondary fermentation in the bottle, which is the technique used in Champagne and sometimes known as 'méthode champenoise'.
The two La Vieille Ferme wines cheekily describe their method of vinification as 'méthode contemporaine', but that's typical of the confident and breezy approach of a brand that is all about fun, reliability and authentic French winemaking.
All six wines in this bubble mix have their own appeal, and serve as a very attractive taster of our non-champagne styles.
Each half case contains one bottle each of the following:A sparkling rose from the south of France, just made to party!
La Vieille Ferme sparkling rosé
The crowd-pleasing charm of the La Vieille Ferme brand in a crisp bubbly
La Vieille Ferme sparkling brut
A pure Pinot Noir crémant from Alsace, dry and very sophisticated
Eugène Meyer, Crémant Blanc de Noir Brut
A Bubble Brothers favourite returns—crémant brut from Domaine Eugène Meyer
Eugène Meyer, Crémant Brut
The essence of refinement, Beaujolais-style: a pure Chardonnay crémant de Bourgogne
Laurent Perrachon, Crémant de Bourgogne
Now with full organic certification. Amazing value from Catalonia
Mas Codina, vintage Cava Brut
Floralba Prosecco Spumante Rosato DOC MillesimatoRegular price €24.00
ARRIVING 01 NOVEMBER 2020
Italian wine law has changed.
There is now such a thing, officially, as rosé prosecco!
This is a fine, fresh and sophisticated wine that we're proud to add to our list. The new regulations mean that rosé prosecco must be a vintage millesimato wine, and can only be produced in the fully sparkling spumante style.
|Wine colour||Rosé wine|
|Grape variety||85% to max 90% Glera + 10-15% Pinot Noir|