Just in time for the most romantic day of the year…let’s pop the bubbly and spread love! Valentine remains one of the best occasions to break out a bottle of Champagne or even a premium Prosecco. So whether you are celebrating new love, an engagement or a wedding anniversary… our wine experts have gathered the most vibrant sparkling selection to be served at your up next romantic dinner or simply to accompany the most gorgeous flower gift arrangement!
Get to know the major difference between Champagne & Prosecco!
Champagne is the most popular type of sparkling wine. We call it a Champagne if it is only produced in the region of Champagne, France. So to make it easy, all champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is champagne. Champagne pairs great with just about anything from breakfast dishes to fried foods. Its small bubbles produce a fruity, but not always sweet taste on your buds; it’s great for all of life’s celebrations including Valentine’s rendez-vous!
Prosecco gets its name from the village it originated in: Prosecco, Italy. It comes in other forms besides bubbly, but is most known for its sparkling variety. Prosecco is made from Glera grapes and tends to be on the sweeter side when it comes to taste. It has larger bubbles and regularly used in making popular cocktails such as Raspberry Bellini, Kir Royal among others.
Our Sparkling Tips!
When opening, keep the cage on and twist the bottle instead of the cork for more control
Put your bottle in a bucket of ice before at least 30mn before serving
Pour your Champagne or Prosecco in a glass at only 1/3 to avoid it warming up to quickly
The Best of our sparkling selection is here!
Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée - 75CL
106,000 74,200 LL
Champagne Laurent-Perrier Rosé Brut - 75CL
Taittinger Brut Réserve Coffret - 75CL
84,000 59,000 LL
Taittinger Rosé Brut Prestige - 75CL
Prosecco Venetian Dress - 75CL
32,000 22,500 LL
Prosecco cuve 1821 - 75CL
28,000 19,500 LL
Faive Rosé Brut 2016 - 75CL
Rose Spumante Brut 1821 - 75CL
30,000 21,000 LL