Champagne & Sparkling

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Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut (750 ml) -
Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose Champagne (750 ml) -
La Marca Prosecco (750 ml)
La Marca La Marca Prosecco (750 ml)
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Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne (750 ml)
Cupcake Vineyards Prosecco (750 ml)
Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rose Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
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J Vineyards California Cuvee Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
J Vineyards J Vineyards California Cuvee Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
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Avissi Prosecco (750 ml) -
Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve Champagne (750 ml)
Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose (750 ml)
Veuve Clicquot Brut Rose Champagne (750 ml)
Veuve Clicquot Veuve Clicquot Brut Rose Champagne (750 ml)
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Mionetto Prosecco Brut (750 ml)
Ruffino Prosecco (750 ml)
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Avaline Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
Avaline Avaline Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
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Taittinger Brut La Francaise (750 ml)
Taittinger Taittinger Brut La Francaise (750 ml)
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Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Brut Sparkling Wine (750 ml)
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Luc Belaire Bleu (750 ml)
Luc Belaire Luc Belaire Bleu (750 ml)
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Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial (750 ml)
Ayala Brut Majeur Champagne (750 ml)
Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut Gold (750 ml)
Armand de Brignac Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut Gold (750 ml)
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Chandon Brut (750 ml)
Chandon Chandon Brut (750 ml)
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Zardetto Prosecco Brut (750 ml)
Zardetto Zardetto Prosecco Brut (750 ml)
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Roederer Estate Brut (750 ml)
Louis Roederer Roederer Estate Brut (750 ml)
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Ferrari Brut (750 ml)
Ferrari Ferrari Brut (750 ml)
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Bervini Extra Dry Prosecco (750 ml)
Bervini Bervini Extra Dry Prosecco (750 ml)
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Moet & Chandon Imperial Rose Brut Champagne (750 ml)
Moët & Chandon Moet & Chandon Imperial Rose Brut Champagne (750 ml)
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Luc Belaire Rare Rose (750 ml)
Luc Belaire Luc Belaire Rare Rose (750 ml)
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Dom Perignon Vintage 2013 (750 ml)
Dom Perignon Dom Perignon Vintage 2013 (750 ml)
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Veuve du Vernay Ice Rose (750 ml)
Veuve du Vernay Veuve du Vernay Ice Rose (750 ml)
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Segura Viudas Cava Brut (750 ml)
Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial (750 ml)
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Della Vite Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore (750 ml)
SYLTBAR Il Concerto Prosecco (750 ml)
Luc Belaire Luxe Rose (750 ml)
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Luc Belaire Rare Luxe (750 ml)
Luc Belaire Luc Belaire Rare Luxe (750 ml)
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Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene (750 ml)

One of the most famous wine growing regions for sparkling wines is Champagne, France. Champagne is a protected wine growing region, and to be considered a true Champagne, the wine must be made according to strict rules and regulations. Champagne is made from a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes. The wine is known for its dry, crisp character, with flavors of citrus and green apple.

Another well-known wine growing region for sparkling wines is the Veneto region of Italy. This region is famous for its Prosecco sparkling wine, which is made from Glera grapes. Prosecco is known for its light, fruity character and is often enjoyed as an aperitif.

In Spain, the wine growing region of Catalonia is famous for its Cava sparkling wine. Cava is made using the traditional Champagne method, with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Xarel-lo grapes. Cava is known for its crisp, citrus flavors and is a popular choice for special occasions.

In the United States, Napa Valley in California is a famous wine growing region for sparkling wines. Napa Valley sparkling wines are made using the traditional Champagne method and are known for their rich, fruity character and crisp, bright acidity.

Each of these wine growing regions produces unique and delicious sparkling wines, offering a variety of options for wine lovers to enjoy. Whether you prefer a dry, crisp Champagne or a light, fruity Prosecco, there is a sparkling wine out there to suit your tastes.

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Sparkling and champagne wine are perfect for any celebration. With the distinctive pop of the cork, you know it's time for the fun to begin. We have exquisite champagne for the most discerning tastes, as well as fun and approachable sparkling wine that makes any occasion feel special ⁠— even if that is eating potato chips on the couch while you watch a movie. If you prefer something pink, try the Miraval Champagne Fleur de Miraval Rosé champagne wine gift set.

Buying champagne online is a great way to keep your costs down while still enjoying the quality and flavor of these distinctive wines. Whether you want true champagne from France, such as Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs or Italian La Marca Prosecco sparkling wine, we have the bubbles for you. Shop for the lowest-priced sparkling wine online.

Champagne and sparkling wines are always a great choice for a special occasion. Champagne, made from grapes grown in the Champagne region of France, is the most well-known and expensive type of sparkling wine. Prosecco, on the other hand, is a popular and affordable Italian sparkling wine made from the glera grape. The difference between the two lies in their production method, with Champagne being made using the traditional method and Prosecco using the tank method.

Champagne is typically made using a blend of three grapes: chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier, while Prosecco is made using the glera grape. Some other grape varieties that can be used in the production of Champagne include pinot blanc, petit meslier, and arbanne.

To open a bottle of Champagne, be sure to twist the bottle instead of the cork to avoid losing too much of the wine. When it comes to food pairing, Champagne goes well with a variety of dishes, including oysters, sushi, and cheese.

There are many great Champagne brands to choose from, with Dom Perignon being one of the most well-known and expensive. However, there are also many affordable options, including grower Champagne, which is made by individual farmers and often has a lower price tag. The Montagne de Reims is a region in France known for producing some of the best Champagnes in the world.

Overall, Champagne and sparkling wines are a great way to celebrate any special occasion or just enjoy with friends. Whether you prefer a sweet Champagne or a dry Prosecco, there are plenty of options to choose from. Just be sure to enjoy responsibly and savor every bubbly sip.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sparkling Wine

Here are some answers to common questions about champagne wine.

What is the Difference Between Sparkling Wine and Champagne Wine?

You may be wondering if champagne and sparkling wine are the same things. The simple answer is that all champagnes are sparkling wines, but most sparkling wines aren't champagne. While this sounds confusing, it's actually pretty simple. Only sparkling wine grown and produced in the very specific winemaking region of Champagne in northern France can be called champagne. All other bubbles must be called sparkling wine.

How to Open Champagne Wines Properly

To open a bottle of champagne wine without causing a geyser, follow these steps:

  • Chill the champagne to at least 45 degrees - warm wine has more pressure inside the bottle.
  • Cut the foil to expose the cork and cage.
  • Place a thin towel over the cage and cork.
  • Hold the champagne wine bottle at a 45-degree angle and untwist the cage carefully. Discard the cage, then replace the towel.
  • Twist the cork, not the bottle.
  • As you turn the champagne wine bottle, slowly pull the cork away from the bottle until you hear a slight pop.

What Pairs Well with Sparkling Wine?

Many foods pair well with champagne and sparkling wine. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Caviar
  • Fried foods such a fried chicken, potatoes and the aforementioned potato chips
  • Creamy soups and sauces
  • Mushrooms
  • Seafood
  • Strawberries
  • Cheese, especially earthy and smooth cheeses such as baby swiss and Gruyere, Parmigiano-Reggiano and the trifecta of triple Crème, brie and Camembert

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