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SPARKLING WINES

Sparkling wine is a wine with significant levels of carbon dioxide in it, making it fizzy. While the phrase commonly refers to champagne, EU countries legally reserve that term for products exclusively produced in the Champagne region of France. Sparkling wine is usually either white or rosé, but there are examples of red sparkling wines such as the Italian Brachetto, Bonarda and Lambrusco, and the Australian sparkling Shiraz. The sweetness of sparkling wine can range from very dry brut styles to sweeter doux varieties.

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SOVIET CHAMPAGNE BRUT- 11.5% ALC

With a small amount of natural sugars remaining in the wine, brut champagne is a balance of crisp fruit, buttery notes, and minerality. Naturally effervescent, brut champagne has high acidity that contrasts nicely with the bubbles and mellows during aging.  It must be made from pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot Meunier, pinot gris, pinot blanc, petit Meslier, and/or arbane grapes.

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SOVIET CHAMPAGNE- 11% ALC

Sovetskoye Shampanskoye (Сове́тское шампа́нское, ‘Soviet Champagne’) is a generic brand of sparkling wine produced in the Soviet Union and successor states. It was produced for many years as a state-run initiative. Typically the wine is made from a blend of Aligoté and Chardonnay grapes.

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MASACCIO SPARKLING MOSCATO- 11% ALC

A special bouquet with unique aromatic qualities. These wines express the particularities of Moldova’s beautiful climate and landscapes. Moldova series wines are the union of local winemaking traditions and culture in combination with the best modern technologies. This way it satisfies even the most sophisticated wine consumers’ taste.

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CAVA GRAN PALAS-11.5% ALC

Cava is a Spanish sparkling wine similar to Champagne that is almost exclusively produced in the Northern Spanish region of Catalonia.  In Spain however, some people still refer to the drink as ‘champán’ or ‘champaña’. Cava has become an important part of Catalan and Spanish family traditions and tends to be consumed on special occasions from weddings to parties and is particularly popular around Christmas. 

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