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Pale yellow in colour, the delicate bubbles in this alcohol free sparkling wine reveal a floral character with fine notes of fresh fruit, apple, subtle hints of mushrooms, truffles and toast and fresh butter. Yes, really! This complex and fruity wine boasts notes of muscate, pineapple, bergamot and more fresh floral notes of rose petals and jasmine flowers. The bubbles highlight fine touches of bitterness and intense fruity flavours in this sparkling wine. nnWithout alcohol, Le Petit Béret range is 0% certified by the Mosque of Paris.
The Sumarroca estate is notable for having a poor land but there is nothing impoverished about this fizz. It’s wedged up. Filthy rich and throwing £50 notes around like a Kardashian in a plastic surgery. A complex Cava that seriously delivers with rounded fruit and fine bubbles and so reasonably…Discover More
Let’s get fizz-ical. This is a sparkling wine made with 85% Durello grape, native to the village of Ronca, that gives amazing acidity making it perfect for sparkling wines. The other 15% is a chardonnay grape grown in the same area that’s crashed the party and told everyone to calm…Discover More
There are Proseccos and then there are Proseccos. Canella's Valdobbiadene Extra Dry Prosecco is fuller and with a more rounded body that’ll put Beyoncè to shame, this sparkler shows the added complexity of the Valdobbiadene region with no shame. Bootylicious bubbles? You bet yo’ ass.Discover More