While Champagne and other sparkling wines are commonly uncorked at celebrations, a glass of bubbly can fit any occasion. Liven up your palate by looking through our selections of some of the best sparkling wines.
Graham Beck 2009 Brut Rosé
This all Estate grown fruit is sourced from South Africa and produced by using a unique process of pressing the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes together. This process gives the wine flavors of ripe strawberry and raspberry lent from the Pinot Noir along with the creamy complexity from the Chardonnay.
Champagne Paul Bara 1991 Comtesse Marie de France Grand Cru Brut
This 1991 vintage Champagne has a pale bronze color with an exotic nose of pineapple, mango, ginger and butterscotch. On the palate it is bright and fresh with flavors of apples and a light buttery texture that leaves a long aftertaste.
Top 10 Sparkling Wines
France has their Champagnes, but bubbly comes in many different forms. Cava from Spain, Espumante from Portugal or Prosecco from Italy, GAYOT's Top 10 Sparkling Wines has plenty of selections to choose from.