Sparkling Wine

Sparkling wine is a wine with significant levels of carbon dioxide in it making it fizzy. The carbon dioxide may result from natural fermentation, either in a bottle, as with the méthode champenoise, in a large tank designed to withstand the pressures involved (as in the Charmat process), or as a result of carbon dioxide injection.

Sparkling wine is usually white or rosé but there are many examples of red sparkling wines such as Italian Brachetto and Australian sparkling Shiraz. The sweetness of sparkling wine can range from very dry "brut" styles to sweeter "doux" varieties



  1. Maschio Prosecco (single) Italy
  2. Freixenet Spumante Spain
  3. Enza Prosecco Italy
  4. Moet & Chandon Brut California
  5. Pierre Jouet Brut France
  6. Perrier Jouet Fleur France

Maschio Prosecco (single) Italy

Embodies the finest traditions of Prosecco while accommodating modern, sophisticated tastes. Produced using 100% of the ancient Glera grape. Sparkling wine that is light straw yellow in color with a lively froth; a bouquet of white beach and orange blossoms; and fruit forward with peach and almond flavors.

Maschio Prosecco Brut makes and ideal aperitif and also pairs wonderfully with antipasto and hors d’oeuvres, light fish dishes, sushi and sashimi, fresh fruit, and pastries.

Freixenet Spumante Spain

Freixenet Spumante is slightly drier than most Spumantes. Its delicate, fruity bouquet is typical of the wine’s Mediterranean Malvasia heritage. It has a very smooth, silky finish.

Enza Prosecco Italy

Just the right balances of acidity and sugar turn this wine into a delicate sparkling wine. The bouquet bursts with fruity scents of pear and green apples with a lightly floral and citrus note. In the mouth, this wine exhibits the same characteristics as in the bouquet highlighted with a touch of peach and honeysuckle. The light refreshing quality with the balance of acidity makes it extremely food friendly to go with almost any meal.

Moet & Chandon Brut California

A harmonious blend of all three grape varietals and reserve wines, Brut Imperial is a subtle, drier-styled champagne, pale yellow in color with shades of green, delicately vinuos with a lime and vine blossom attack. Predominantly Pinot characteristics being very ample on the palate with a discreet finish. An aperitif wine which also accompanies fish dishes.

Pierre Jouet Brut France

Considered the premier dry white wine of Italy, Principessa Gavia compares favorably with the world's noble wines. Superlative with a distinct personality, Principessa is fruity, fresh and crisp with a gentle acidity and balanced finish. An ideal accompaniment with all shellfish, it also marries well with fish, veal and grilled chicken, as well as with the delicate flavor variations of Japanese cuisine

Perrier Jouet Fleur France:e

Hints of burnt sugar and toffee accent this bright Champagne, along with notes of apple pie, bread dough, cream and candied lemon peel. There's a fine balance between the wine's finesse and its lively character, with a long, smoke-tinged finish. Can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with a meal of shellfish, seafood or white meat.