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Nothing says “celebration” quite like a glass of bubbly. Whether your drink of choice is a classic Champagne, a Cava or a Prosecco, we’ve got just the thing to give your party some much-needed fizz. As a leading online sparkling wine supplier, we’ve got the right bottle for you.

Alternatively, if you’re a business that wants to stock up, we also offer options for buying in bulk. Just speak with us today. 

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Sparkling Wine – What’s the Fizz About

In most celebrations, whether they’re fancy dinner dos, birthday parties or work events, there’s usually sparkling wine of some kind involved. But what’s the difference between the different kinds available, and which one should you choose? Here’s a simple overview.

What is a Sparkling Wine?

In the most basic of terms, a sparkling wine is a wine that has bubbles in it. Created by adding fairly significant amounts of carbon dioxide to the drink, it gives the drinks their unique fizz.

Typically, sparkling wines are white or rosé, but there are also some sparkling red wines available.

What is Champagne?

Champagne is a sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wines are Champagne.

Champagne is a name that is legally restricted to wines that are produced in the specific region of France that gives the wine its name. It also can only be made using Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, and has to be made in a specific way.

Prosecco, Cava & More

While there are distinctions between the different types of sparkling wine, such as the grapes or process used, one of the clear differences is where the wine is made. Proseccos come from a specific region in Italy, Cava is from Spain (of which there are many varieties), and Sekt is from Austria and Germany.

Which Sparkling Wine is Best?

The one you like most! As silly as that can sound, not everyone likes the same thing. Some people think only the most expensive Champagne is best. Others love a great value Prosecco.

As with many things, the more expensive options are typically found in the more salubrious settings, but all have their own unique traits and characteristics.

Order what you like and if you’re not sure, don’t be afraid to try something new. As a leading local sparkling wine and Champagne supplier, we’re more than happy to answer any questions you might have.