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Making the Right Choices When It Comes to Sparkling Wine

There are hundreds of types of sparkling wine that you could drink. How do you choose the best one? We’ve compiled a list of our favourite types of sparkling wine, which can be enjoyed at practically any special event when you need something to drink. Take a sip and enjoy!

Cava on a Casual Week night 

Cava is made from grapes cultivated in the Penedes region of Spain, namely the Macabeo, Parellada and Xarello varieties. It is a fantastic idea to enjoy a glass of Cava as you prepare dinner with friends. Its large and plentiful bubbles make Cava an excellent choice for anybody looking for a refreshing way to start their evening.

Pét-Nat While Outdoors

Pét-Nat is the name given to a sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France. Pet-Nat is a type of sparkling wine that does not follow the traditional method (methode champenoise). The wine is bottled before a significant amount of yeast has risen to the surface of the liquid. Therefore, it has less of that characteristic fizz and is less acidic.

Lambrusco During Pizza Night 

Lambrusco is a medium-bodied red wine with low alcohol content, perfect for a pizza night. It is manufactured from grapes grown in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. It is a cross between the white Trebbiano grape and the red Pizzutelli grape, a hybrid of the two. 

Prosecco While Enjoying Brunch on the Weekend

Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from the Veneto region of Italy. Because of its modest alcohol concentration, this wine is ideal for drinking with friends over the weekend and is best served chilled. Glera grapes from the area are used to produce this wine. This grape variety is known for its zesty flavour.  

Champagne as a Gift Recommendation

Champagne is the most expensive sparkling wine you will ever come across. It uses the Méthode Champenoise, a one-of-a-kind technique for producing sparkling wine. First and foremost, a bottle of white wine is fermented and matured for an extended period. The wine is racked and placed in barrels in the following step to go through a second fermentation period. After ageing, the finished product is packaged with a small amount of yeast and sugar to preserve its freshness.

Magnums for Festivities and Celebrations

A magnum of champagne is the ideal way to commemorate a significant day with friends and family. Magnums are wine bottles that are double the size of a standard bottle of the same type of wine. 

Sparkling wine may be enjoyed in a wide variety of contexts. It’s a lovely way to get a party started or commemorate a memorable occasion.

It doesn’t matter where you are, what you’re celebrating, or who you’re celebrating with. There should be a bottle of sparkling wine to make the celebration merrier. Luckily, there is a wide range of sparkling wines you’ll find which makes it easy to pair with whatever you’re eating. 

If you are looking for the best wine brands available on the market, Cru Wine is the place to go. We make buying wine simple while also providing a more refined experience for our customers. Take a look around our selection of quality wines now!

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