sparkling wine


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When purchasing sparkling wine, it is important to check the label for the words methode champenoise.
Through extensive research he discovered that the Kelowna, B.C., area was the perfect location to grow the small, intensely-flavored grapes needed as a base for the sparkling wines he so loved.
The evolution of champagne, from a rather ordinary still wine sold in barrels to a sparkling wine sold in bottles, had already begun in the eighteenth century but really took off in the nineteenth.
According to Winnie Burwell, director of New York-based wine consultant firm Where There's Wine There's Winnie (www.winewinnie.com), "You'll still be able to choose from a fine selection of champagne and sparkling wines. Unless you're looking for a special vintage, don't worry about not finding something to toast in the New Year.
There's 100 bottles of MARTINI Sparkling Wine to be won in this great contest!
Summary: The sparkling wine market is likely to be worth more than US$ 43 billion by the end of the forecast period -- registering a modest CAGR of 2.5%.
Sparkling wine may still largely be the beverage of celebration, but more consumers are opting for bubbly as an everyday pleasure.
In the traditional production method of sparkling wine, a final step is the addition of sugar before the cork traps in all the goodness for our benefit.
Corks are popping all over, filling flutes both on- and off-premise, as sparkling wine sales effervesce.
Meanwhile, sparkling wine sold in cans fell 10% on a very small base.
BRITAIN'S growing thirst for prosecco and cava has created an 80% rise in sparkling wine sales in the last five years, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) figures.
The majority of sparkling wine is imported from established wine-producing nations such as France, Spain and Italy - but more is now being made in the UK.
Bubbly sales up BRITAIN'S growing thirst for prosecco and cava has created an 80% rise in sparkling wine sales in the last five years, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) figures.