Light gold with plenty of bubbles, this wine has aromas of apples and pears with pleasant floral notes. Crisp and light-bodied on the palate, stone fruit flavors are accompanied by a mild minerality and balanced acidity. A delicious sparkler for a great price! Winemaking Details: Natural Yeast Fermentation,
Eve’s Cidery is a small family run orchard and cidery in Van Etten, in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. They say they "believe in nature, art, good food and hard work" and we believe it! This semi-dry sparkling cider is a blend of English, French and American cider apples, fermented in the bottle, and at 10% alcohol, is nothing like what you think of when you see "sparkling cider" in a deli. It's full of the flavors of fall, earthy and complex, but bright with acidity.
Situated at the foot of the Venetos Pre-Alps, North of Venice, this is a co-op of small farmers working together, farming organically since 1953. The average age of the vines are between 15 and 25 years.This is a typical dry prosecco. Crisp and dry, a little ripe fruit and a super refreshing finish.
The rosé sister to our most popular sparkling wine, the Dibon Cava Brut, this festive bubbly has strawberry and red fruits on the nose, with red berry and stone fruit flavors on the palate along with refreshing minerality and balanced acidity. A perfect choice to make any day a special occassion.
The Zucchi farm and winery are located right in the heart of the Sorbara zone of Emilia-Romagna region. Besides wonderful Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, Prosciutto di Parma ham, and Modena Balsamic Vinegar, this area is home to the refreshing Lambrusco wine. The Zucchi family has around eight hectares of vines all farmed organically and tended with the traditional Pergola system. This is a very light-colored wine that might almost be mistaken for a rosato. The aromas are very delicate and refined with hints of red fruits like strawberries and subtle floral tones.
Check out the crushed purple hue and pretty pink froth on this dry fizzy red. Venturini-Baldini owns up to being an artisan Lambrusco with powdery tannins, bright acidity and some vibrant brambly character. It hits all the right buttons, opposed to the mass-produced, icky sweet stuff we used to see on the US market. They also produce balsamic vinegar, walnuts, honey and grappa: the stuff of life. Winemaking Details: Wild Yeast Fermentation, Low SO2 Added
The Gruet family are originally from the Champagne region in France but this is their US (New Mexico!) venture. Shows lemon and lime tang, with a touch of creaminess. Crisp, dry and one of the best American sparkling wines. It gets a party starting off right.
Pale sunshine yellow color and lightly sparkling, this Moscato d'Asti has intense aromas of peaches, rose petals and ginger. On the palate it is delicately sweet and sparkling with modest acidity, good balance, good complexity and a finish of fresh apricots. This is a lovely way to begin or end any meal!
In the mood for Champagne, but trying to keep within your budget? This is a beautiful alternative from southern France – elegantly dry with persistent, creamy bubbles and notes of green apple, pear, a touch of vanilla. There's no need for a special occasion. With this wine, finishing a long day at work or catching up on last week's episode of Breaking Bad is reason enough to celebrate. Winemaking Details: Methode Traditionnelle
We just can't get enough of lambrusco. From culinary centric province of Modena, known for its rich cuisine and salumi, the sparkling red wine can match the strong flavors of food while cutting through the fat with its crisp bubbles. Founded in 1919, Carlo, Mario, and Paolo Carafoli are the third generation to run the family winery. This is a lively lambrusco, with a full body of ripe berries, cherries, and plums and effervescent froth.