Bubbly wines come in a multitude of style from a variety of grapes and
blends of grapes. Often they can rank among the most expensive in the
world. This is why they are typically associated with celebrations.
However, they are great to drink on any occasion. In this value pack you
will get 3 examples of inexpensive, but high quality sparkling wines.
Not all bubbly wines need break the bank.
1 bottle each of the following:
den Mond 'Rose Cuvee' Rose Sekt - Germany
Germans are one of the world's largest consumers of sparkling
wine. Not surprisingly, they make some great examples to
quench that thirst. This rose Sekt is made from a blend of
grapes including Pinot Noir, and Dornfelder from both the
Pfalz and Rheinhessen regions in Germany. You will find bing
cherry, strawberry, and raspberry flavors with notes of red
carnation flowers, and chalk.
Gerard Bertrand Cuvee Cremant de Limoux
This cuvee is a tribute from Gerhard Bertrand to Thomas Jefferson, the most French of American presidents. He was Limounx's greatest admirer, and he discretely cultivated his love for France and for Limoux sparkling wine. In fact, wine from Limoux was the only sparkling wine to be found in his wine cellar.This wine is 70% Chardonnay, 15% Chenin Blanc, 10% Mauzac, 5% Pinot Noir. The grapes are grown at the highest elevation vineyards in the south of France, where hot days and cool nights ensure freshness, fruitiness and elegance in unique sparkling wine.
Adami 'Garbel' Prosecco Treviso - Veneto, Italy
Prosecco is one of the most well known sparkling wines. Its reasonable price and vibrant expressiveness make it popular. Adami is one of the top quality producers out there. They stand out like a jewel in a crowd of competitors where attention to quality can fall to secondary importance. Garbel shows crisp fruit flavors of lemon zest, white nectarine, and fresh cut honeydew melon. The soft mousse of bubbles bolsters the light body and supports the gardena-like and jasmine floral aromas.