Belle & Co is a refreshing and well balanced non-alcoholic alternative to a traditional dry sparkling wine. A perfect celebratory drink for when you want a non-alcohol alternative sparkling wine.
Belle & Co is produced from fermented grape juice, like any other wine, but uses a high tech process to create this non-alcoholic product. It is then blended with premium green tea to give it more body. The resulting non-alcoholic wine has notes of apple and pear and a good level of acidity. One could say it's 'trés belle'!
The Bottega Gold liquid is DOCG quality Prosecco, produced 100% from juice for enhanced quality and freshness.
Tasting note: Elegant and fresh, with aromas of golden apples, Poire William and acacia flowers.
Great to share, as an aperitif, great with food - especially seafood - and in cocktails.
Luc Belaire Rose is a light sparkling beauty from Provence, where all the best Rose wine comes from. It is as beautiful as it looks, and it looks very pretty. A stunning blend of Syrah, Cinsault and Grenache, it's full of flavour, and makes a darn fine cocktail too.
England's finest. A blend of Chardonnay (62%), Pinot Noir (19%) and Pinot Meunier (18%) and a great alternative to champagne. Since its first vintage in 1992 Nyetimber has won numerous international awards.
This Franciacorta Brut from La Romantica is made only with Chardonnay grapes slightly aged to add structure and complexity to the wine, without overpowering the fruitiness and freshness of the grape and can be drunk on its own but also accompany fish courses.
Franciacorta is the Italian response to Champagne, a classic method sparkling wine, even though there are plenty more classic method, which involves the secondary fermentation in the bottle, sparkling wines made in Italy.
Fantastic blanc de blancs with persistent fine bubbles. On the palate mouth watering crisp lemons, pear brioche and a hint of honeysuckle. It's sexy soft and aggressive at the same time.
The bubbles in sparkling wine are formed during a second fermentation process where sugar and yeast are added to a still wine. These convert to carbon dioxide resulting in the bubbles. The sweetness of sparkling wine is determined by the amount of sugar added during the second fermentation and the length of aging. The four methods used to make sparkling wine are the traditional method or méthode champenoise, method ancestrale, method charmat and the injection method.