Sparkling Wine

Elevate your celebration with a glass of sparkling wine. Explore a wide selection of sparkling wines from around the world and find the perfect bubbly for any occasion.
Tea, Alcohol, Wines, Tea Bottle, Alcoholic Tea, Sparkling Drinks, Alcohol Gifts, Sparkling Wine, Non Alcoholic Wine

It’s the holidays, a time for special parties, feasts and fetes, and lots of good cheer. For some, it’s helpful to have a non-alcoholic bottle on hand that still captures the feeling of celebration. Or maybe you’re hosting a dinner party and you want to offer a distinctive pairing with the cheese course, something that balances perfectly with your Forsterkase and fig cake.

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Amanda Harris
Can a Silver Spoon Keep Champagne Bubbly? I Decided to Find Out. Metal, Ideas, Wines, Wine Drinks, Wine Bottle, Wine, Bottle Opener, Silver Spoons, Bottle

The task has been undertaken before, but I wanted to find out for myself: Will a silver spoon in an open bottle of bubbly keep it bubbly? Drawing on my memory of middle school science projects, I designed the perfect experiment, then invited several participants (a.k.a. people I wanted to hang out and drink wine with). This was a lot more fun than my projects in seventh grade, and I didn’t even have to make a poster to share our findings!

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Lu Lu
Martinelli's Introduces Sparkling Blush - Martinelli's Party Favours, Alcohol, Sparkling Wine, Sparkling Cider, Sparkling Juice, Non Alcoholic Wine, Wine Bottle, Grape Juice, Cider

Just in time for spring and summer celebrations, Martinelli’s adds a new product to its family of Gold Medal premium sparkling ciders and apple juices, Sparkling Blush. Like all Martinelli’s products, Sparkling Blush is 100% juice made from U.S. grown fresh apples with a splash of raspberry to give it a crisp taste and beautiful pink color.

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Tracygirlscouttroop612
A Guide to Sparkling Wines: Champagne, Prosecco, and More Alcohol, Wines, Wine Tasting, Wine Facts, Wine Guide, Wine Drinks, Wine Folly, Sparkling Wine, Wine Recipes

Life is full of reasons to celebrate and sparkling wine is often the sip of choice. Champagne is only one kind of bubbly (and often the most expensive), but with so many delicious options out there, people are starting to realize that the fizz need not be reserved for special occasions. This crash course includes all the basics you need to know from fermentation to food pairings. Don't wait for New Year’s Eve to get popping!

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Taryn Raquel

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