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Rosé sparkling wines can be semi-sparkling or dry sparkling and with a wide range of sweetness levels from highly dry Provençal rosé to sweet White Zinfandels and blushes. Rosé sparkling wine is not just for summer anymore. To prove that rosé sparkling wine is a full-time spot on your drinking calendar, we have prepared a wide range of top pink champagnes and sparkling wines you can drink all year long and in all occasions, including Birthday Party, New Year's Eve, Christmas Eve, Nameday, Wedding, etc.

Cava Sparkling Wines

Cava

Cava is a top spanish sparkling wine, produced by the same method as Champagne, the traditional fermentation method. It is one of the best-selling sparkling wines in the world. A glass of Cava rosé is the perfect accompaniment with Iberican ham.
Prosecco

Prosecco

Prosecco is a famous sparkling wine, made from the Glera variety (grown only in Italy). More than 95% of Prosecca vineyards are in the Treviso region of Conegliano. Great pairing with cured meats, fruit-driven appetizers, and Asian cuisine.
Champagne

Champagne

Champagne is a French sparkling wine. Only three authorized varieties are used to produce sparkling wines from the Champagne region: Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Great pairing with Shrimp, shellfish, caviar and oysters, etc. 
Crémant

Crémant

Crémant is an alternative to champagne. It is produced in the same way in other regions of France (e.g. Alsace, Loire, etc.). Quality producer Crémant is Bouvet Ladubay from Val de Loire wine region. Great pairing with Chicken, Thai Noodle and Salad.
Sec Sparkling Wines

Sekt

The Seckts (sparkling wines) are all sparkling wines produced by the "Champenoise" and "Charmat methods". It is also produced in other European countries such as Czech Republic. It is delicious with Shrimp, Caviar, Shellfish and foie gras, etc.
Rosé Champagne-Sparkling Wines

Rosé Sparkling Wines

Rosé Champagne or sparkling wine is made from two different methods. The more common method is blending (a small percentage of red wine is combined with the base wine - white) before the secondary fermentation. Great with Chicken Cutlets.

 


 

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