A classic Champagne blend of Chard and Pinot Noir gives this wine some good depth and ripe flavors. Has flavors of toast, spices and pears as well as some good tannin structure. The finish is dry, with just a hint of softness. Imported by Boisset America.
The bubbles here aren't very plentiful or vigorous, but this wine offers pleasant peach, orange and toast flavors, a soft mousse and a clean, fresh finish. A decent value in bubbly, just don't expect a lot of bubble.
Sizable, in fact, almost chunky. The nose shows some pear and honey balanced by a shot of green herb. The palate is big, with ripe apple and tangerine notes. Tight and focused on the finish, with a mildly chalky, sticky mouthfeel. Imported by Boisset America.
A dessert style sparkling Muscat of startling intensity. It opens with sweet scents of lemon and tangerine, which lead into a big, juicy wine with a powerful burst of concentrated fruit. There are plenty of lively bubbles, and a big finish given an “edge” by defining citrus-rind flavors.
Yeasty, smooth and round, with tropical-fruit aromas. Melon, apple and nutmeg/cinnamon aromas are pretty nice while the finish is solid, warm and round. A nice quaffer with just enough nuance and style to rise above the masses. Imported by Boisset America.
This is one for the Australians, with their fine tradition of red sparkling wines made from Shiraz. For people of other nationalities, it’s more of a curiosity, with firm tannins, some sweetness from ripe fruit and finishing acidity. When to drink it? Probably with a red fruit dessert.
Lovers of Italian sweet Moscato will also enjoy this wine. With a honeyed perfume, it is a soft, creamy wine—fresh while also sweet. This is meant for summer days or cold afternoons alike.
Spry and alert, with crisp apple aromas and some baking spice for good measure. Equally crisp on the palate, where lime, green apple and pepper run the show. Moderate but extended in terms of feel and finish; tasty and snappy overall. Imported by Boisset America.