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Ca' De' Medici Reggiano Remigio Lambrusco Premium Dolce Ca' De' Medici Reggiano Remigio Lambrusco Premium Dolce

Producer: Ca' De' Medici
Vintage: NV
Region: Emilia-Romagna
Varietal: Lambrusco (100%)
Color: Red

Our Price: $19.99

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2017 Casale Della Ioria Cesanese Brut Lazio IGP 2017 Casale Della Ioria Cesanese Brut Lazio IGP

Producer: Casale della Ioria
Vintage: 2017
Region: Lazio
Varietal: Cesanese
Color: Sparkling Rose

Our Price: $25.99
Canevel Valdobbiadene Brut 1.5 Liter Canevel Valdobbiadene Brut 3.0 Liter

Producer Canevel
Region Veneto
Sub-Region Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG
Varietal Glera 90% Chardonnay 10%
Color Sparkling

Our Price: $121.99
Monsupello Nature Monsupello Nature

Producer: Monsupello
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Oltrepo Pavese DOC
Varietal: Pinot Nero (90%), Chardonnay (10%)
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $35.99
Orsolani Cuvee Tradizione Brut Metodo Classico 2009 2009 Orsolani Cuvee Tradizione Brut Metodo Classico

Producer: Orsolani
Vintage: 2009
Region: Piemonte
Sub-Region: Erbaluce di Caluso
Varietal: Erbaluce
Color: White

Our Price: $32.99

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Monsupello Metodo Classico Rose NV Monsupello Metodo Classico Rose NV

Producer: Monsupello
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Oltrepo Pavese DOC
Varietal: Pinot Nero (95%), Chardonnay (5%)
Color: Sparkling Rose

Our Price: $36.99
Monsupello Metodo Classico Nature NV Monsupello Metodo Classico Nature NV

Producer: Monsupello
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Oltrepo Pavese DOC
Varietal: Pinot Nero (90%), Chardonnay (10%)
Color: Sparkling White

Our Price: $32.99
Bersi Serlini Franciacorta Brut Cuvee 2005 Bersi Serlini Franciacorta Brut Cuvee

Producer: Bersi Serlini
Vintage: 2005
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Franciacorta DOCG
Varietal: Chardonnay (100%)
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $43.99
Ca De Medici Oblio Notturno Dolce Lambrusco Ca De Medici Oblio Notturno Dolce

Producer: Ca De Medici
Vintage: NV
Region: Emilia-Romagna
Varietal: blend of Lambrusco Salamino, Lambrusco Maestri and Ancellotto
Color: Red

Our Price: $14.99
Castello di Cigognola More Metodo Classico Castello di Cigognola More Metodo Classico 2011

Producer: Castello di Cigognola
Vintage: 2010
Region: Lombardia
Varietal: Pinot Nero
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $34.99

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Castello di Cigognola More Rose Metodo Classico 2011 Castello di Cigognola More Rose Metodo Classico

Producer: Castello di Cigognola
Vintage: 2011
Region: Lombardia
Varietal: Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) 100%)
Color: Rose

Our Price: $34.99
2011 Murgo Rose Brut Metodo Classico Sicilia Murgo Rose Brut Metodo Classico Sicilia 2011

Producer: Murgo
Vintage: 2010
Region: Sicilia
Varietal: Nerello Mascalese (100%)
Color: Rose

Our Price: $27.99

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2013 Canevel Valdobbiadene Dosaggio Zero Prosecco 2013 Canevel Valdobbiadene Vigneto del Fae Dosaggio Zero

Producer: Canevel
Vintage: 2013
Region: Veneto
Sub-Region: Valdobiaddene DOCG
Varietal: Glera (100%)
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $25.99
Orsolani Cuvee Tradizione Brut Metodo Classico Gran Riserva 2007 Orsolani Cuvee Tradizione Brut Metodo Classico Gran Riserva

Producer: Orsolani
Vintage: 2007
Region: Piemonte
Sub-Region: Erbaluce di Caluso
Varietal: Erbaluce
Color: White

Our Price: $54.99

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2016 Sanfeletto Bosco di Fratta Extra Dry Millesimato Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG 2016 Sanfelleto Prosecco Bosco di Fratta Extra Dry Millesimato Valdobbiadene DOCG

Producer :Sanfeletto
Vintage: 2016
Region: Veneto
Region : Veneto Valdobbiadene DOCG
Varietal: Prosecco (Glera)
Color: White Sparkling

Our Price: $19.99
2003 Monsupello Brut Millesimato 2003 Monsupello Brut Millesimato

Producer: Monsupello
Vintage: 2003
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Oltrepo Pavese DOC
Varietal: Pinot Nero (90%), Chardonnay (10%)
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $49.99
Bersi Serlini Franciacorta Rose Bersi Serlini Franciacorta Rose

Producer: Beri Serlini
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Franciacorta DOCG
Varietal: Chardonnay (70%), Pinot Nero (30%)
Color: Sparkling

List Price: $35.99
Our Price: $28.00

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Tenuta Mazzolino Rose Tenuta Mazzolino Rose

Producer: Tenuta Mazzolino
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Varietal: Pinot Nero (100%)
Color: Sparkling

Our Price: $31.99

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Canevel Valdobbiadene Brut Canevel Valdobbiadene Brut

Producer Canevel
Region Veneto
Sub-Region Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG
Varietal Glera 90% Chardonnay 10%
Color Sparkling

Our Price: $24.99
Ca De Medici Terra Calda Reserve Lambrusco Ca De Medici Terra Calda Reserve Lambrusco

Producer: Ca De Medici
Vintage: NV
Region: Emilia-Romagna
Varietal: Lambrusco (100%)
Color: Red

Our Price: $16.99
Murgo Brut Metodo Classico 2010 Murgo Brut Metodo Classico 2009

Producer: Murgo
Vintage: 2009
Region: Sicilia
Varietal: Nerello Mascalese (100%)
Color: White

Our Price: $26.99

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2011 Carvinea Metodo Classico Brut Rose 2011 Carvinea Metodo Classico Brut Rose

Producer: Carvinea
Vintage: 2011
Region: Puglia
Sub-Region: Salento
Varietal: Aglianico (100%)
Color: Rose
Wine Type: Sparkling

Our Price: $47.99
Monsupello Metodo Classico Brut NV Monsupello Metodo Classico Brut NV

Producer: Monsupello
Vintage: NV
Region: Lombardia
Sub-Region: Oltrepo Pavese DOC
Varietal: Pinot Nero (90%), Chardonnay (10%)
Color: Sparkling White

Our Price: $35.99
2016 Sanfeletto Bosco di Fratta Brut Millesimato Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG 2016 Sanfelleto Prosecco Bosco di Fratta Brut Millesimato Valdobbiadene DOCG

Producer :Sanfeletto
Vintage: 2016
Region: Veneto
Region : Veneto Valdobbiadene DOCG
Varietal: Prosecco (Glera)
Color: White Sparkling

Our Price: $19.99
   
 

Italian Sparkling Wines

France may have a hold on champagne, but Italy has just as much to offer in the way of sparkling wines. These less expensive, yet still high quality wines are beginning to become to go-to alternative to champagne. Italy is leading the sparkling wine revolution with several unique styles all their own.

Sparkling Red Wine

Lambrusco is Italy’s well-known style of red sparkling wine. In fact, it’s one of the most consumed types of sweet red wine in the world. Lambrusco is derived from the grape of the same name, in the regions of Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy.

Lambrusco grapes aren’t overly sweet, however shortening the fermentation process can yield a sweet version of the wine, which is how it was traditionally made. Today there are a variety of Lambruscos from secco (dry) to dolce (sweet).

The best Lambrusco sparkling red wines are frizzante (slightly sparkling), frothy and young.

Prosecco Wine

Prosecco wine is a uniquely Italian product derived from Glera, or Prosecco, grapes. Veneto and Friuli–Venezia Giulia are the Italian wine regions best known for the production of Prosecco.

This type of wine is produced using the Charmat method, which allows for steel tanks to be used in the second fermentation. In the end, Proseccos can either be Spumante, fully sparkling, or Frizzante, lightly sparkling.

The best Prosecco wines will be Spumantes that have underwent a complete secondary fermentation. Other characteristics to look for to find the best Prosecco wine include freshness, significant sweetness and dry or extra dry labeling.



Franciacorta Wine

Franciacorta is a small wine-producing area in Lombardy, northern Italy. It is famous for its high-quality sparkling wines, which are made very much in the image of Champagne. The Franciacorta wine region is located in the Brescia province, in the hills immediately south-east of the foot of Lake Iseo. Roughly square in shape, it stretches eastwards for 15 miles (25km) from the Oglio River (which flows out from the lake) until reaching the Mella River valley and the western suburbs of Brescia city.

Although relatively unknown in global terms, Franciacorta is widely regarded as Italys finest sparkling wine. Due respect is still paid to the traditional and better-known classics Moscato d Asti and Prosecco, but these lighter-hearted styles are aimed at straightforward enjoyment rather than complexity or finesse. Franciacorta Franciacorta, Lombardy as a high-quality sparkling wine made in the Methode Champenoise from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (with limited amounts of Pinot Blanc), Franciacorta is clearly Italys answer to Champagne.

The wine comes in both non-vintage and vintage forms, and the standard white is complemented by a rose version (for which the base wine must be at least 25% Pinot Noir). Tasting notes for Franciacorta Brut wines sound remarkably like those of their Champagne equivalents, with frequent references to biscuit, brioche, lemon and lees.
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