Sparkling wine is great with food, mouth-watering and dry examples make excellent partners for fish and other seafood, as well as light chicken dishes, salads and many lightly-flavoured starters.
Louis Dornier et Fils Brut, France
A light, fresh, vigorously youthful Champagne with a fine, elegant, slightly lemony nose, lively mousse and long, crisp palate.
Louis Dornier et Fils Brut Rosé, France
Delicious summer-berry fruit aromas with citrus undertones and a fresh lingering finish.
Da Luca Prosecco, Italy
Pear and peach fruit on a lively, yet soft and generous palate.
Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut, Italy
Characteristic, fruity with scents of golden apple, Williams pear, acacia flowers and lily of the valley.
Codorníu Brut, Cava, Spain
Classy, dry, sparkling wine, this renowned House choose to use the traditional Spanish varieties of Parellada, Xarel-lo and Macabeo.