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  1. Chronic Cellars Spritz And Giggles Sparkling Wine

    Chronic Cellars Spritz And Giggles Sparkling Wine

    Regular Price: $36.23

    Special Price $34.78

    As low as: $32.05

    Chronic Cellars is a project from a couple of brothers native to the Paso Robles wine country.  Having worked at estates like Peachy Canyon, they decided to launch a label for themselves (as many do). Loving the thought of the casual lifestyle, they aptly proclaimed the company “Chronic Cellars”. This is their first release of a NV Sparkling. Having sourced Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from around the North coast of California, they have produced a sha-bubbles (bubbles outside of Champagne) of note. 

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  2. Skinny Girl Prosecco, Brut, 100 Calories Sparkling Wines

    Skinny Girl Prosecco, Brut, 100 Calories Sparkling Wines

    Regular Price: $36.59

    Special Price $35.12

    As low as: $32.37

    The Skinnygirl Prosecco Brut (not sweet) is a non-vintage Bubbly made from the Glera grape in the DOC Prosecco growing area of Veneto, Italy. That basically is the definition of Prosecco, it has to produced from the Glera grape that is grown in the Prosecco region, otherwise it is simply a Spumante, which is Italian for Sparkling wine. The Skinnygirl Prosecco is 100 calories for a 5 oz glass and is 11% alcohol, Prosecco is typically around 20 calories per oz and 11% alcohol content is common, so this Skinnygirl wine isn’t about low cal or low alcohol, it’s about drinking Bubbly. Well, the Skinnygirl Prosecco may not save you any calories or alcohol percentage from the typical Prosecco on the shelves, but it is a rather tasty, delicate, crisp and almost elegant Sparkling wine. Maybe a bit too delicate to pair with a meal, but fine as an aperitif or served at a party. Who knew that Prosecco was already a diet friendly wine. Skinnygirl® Prosecco is far from typical sparkling wine, ladies.  She’s a bubbly mix of light and crisp, of sass and class, that’s sure to make any occasion extraordinary whether planning a night in, heading out with the girls, or making memories at a birthday bash.

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  3. 2013 Castello Banfi Vigne Regali 'Rosa Regale' Spumante, Brachetto d'Acqui Wine

    2013 Castello Banfi Vigne Regali 'Rosa Regale' Spumante, Brachetto d'Acqui Wine

    Regular Price: $36.60

    Special Price $35.14

    As low as: $32.38

    This is a soft red sparkling wine, made from Brachetto. This extremely aromatic, complex and historical grape variety grows only in the area of Acqui Terme, in Southern Piedmont. Very pleasant and extremely elegant. Rosa Regale is a unique red sparkling wine. Soft and appealing, it may be enjoyed as a delicious aperitif, between-meal or after-dinner sparkler. Castello Banfi is a household name as far as Brunello di Montalcino is concerned. Although family owned, it is the largest contiguous estate in Europe, combining a sense of tradition with a modern and commercial perspective and has helped bring Montalcino to the world’s attention in less than 20 years. This wine is from Piedmont in North West Italy and is made from the local grape variety Brachetto d’Acqui. It is a slightly sweet sparkling red wine designed to have with dessert. It has an abundance of strawberry and raspberry fruit and is just under 7% abv. Such a fun wine.This is one of those very special, very unusual Italian wines that have to try to believe. Full of strawberry and raspberry, this works as a great dessert sparkler.

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  4. 2006, Bellavista, Franciacorta, Gran Cuvee Pas Opere

    2006, Bellavista, Franciacorta, Gran Cuvee Pas Opere

    Regular Price: $93.00

    Special Price $89.28

    As low as: $82.28

    Bella Vista’s owner Imre Cziraki began making wine at age 7 with his grandfather in Hungary. He purchased his first vineyard in La Cresta in 1982, which was followed by the purchase of his Bella Vista Vineyard in 1998 and the winery property in 2004. The first renovation was to take a large storage room and transform it into our expansive tasting room. other changes included improvements to our cask room where parties and receptions can be held. Enjoy our picnic area with shady palapas area along a brickwork walkway that circles our duck pond. In the future, facilities will be added to accommodate weddings, parties and events.Bella Vista Winery and Vineyard of Temecula uses 80% estate grown grapes and 20% other Temecula grapes to make it’s wines. The winery has a crush capacity of 280 tons with a production of approximately 19,000 cases of wine per year.

    "Under the direction of Vittorio Moretti and winemaker Mattia Vezzola, Bellavista make brilliant, refined yet full-flavoured sparkling wines that deservedly sell for the same prices as good non-vintage Champagne. Most include at least a component of barrel-fermentation to add further complexity. The non-vintage Brut Cuvée (predominantly Chardonnay with a little Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc) is the most affordable, and made in by far the greatest quantities, of the DOCG Franciacorta. Gran Cuvée Brut is a step up, 3 parts Chardonnay to one of Pinot Noir. The Rosé is a sheer delight (60/40 Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) while the soft, creamy and delicately sparkling non-vintage Satèn is a lovely example of this low-pressure style. Pas Operé has no final addition of sugar, making it the driest of the range. A Riserva named after the owner has extended ageing on its lees (around 6 years). The still wines are sold under the Terre di Franciacorta DOC. The best of these is the rich, complex Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco blend, Convento della Santissima Annunciata. Varietal Chardonnay Uccellanda is rich and oaky while a Pinot Noir, Casotte, has good texture but is not among the best Italian examples (see North-East Italy). A powerful Cabernet/Merlot blend, Solesine, can show well with 5–10 years’ age when from a warm vintage. None of the still wines offers particularly good value for money but try the very classy fizz at least."

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  5. 2004, Bellavista, Franciacorta, Gran Cuvee, Vittorio Moretti

    2004, Bellavista, Franciacorta, Gran Cuvee, Vittorio Moretti

    Regular Price: $144.69

    Special Price $138.90

    As low as: $128.01

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    Bella Vista’s owner Imre Cziraki began making wine at age 7 with his grandfather in Hungary. He purchased his first vineyard in La Cresta in 1982, which was followed by the purchase of his Bella Vista Vineyard in 1998 and the winery property in 2004. The first renovation was to take a large storage room and transform it into our expansive tasting room. other changes included improvements to our cask room where parties and receptions can be held. Enjoy our picnic area with shady palapas area along a brickwork walkway that circles our duck pond. In the future, facilities will be added to accommodate weddings, parties and events.Bella Vista Winery and Vineyard of Temecula uses 80% estate grown grapes and 20% other Temecula grapes to make it’s wines. The winery has a crush capacity of 280 tons with a production of approximately 19,000 cases of wine per year.

    Under the direction of Vittorio Moretti and winemaker Mattia Vezzola, Bellavista make brilliant, refined yet full-flavoured sparkling wines that deservedly sell for the same prices as good non-vintage Champagne. Most include at least a component of barrel-fermentation to add further complexity. The non-vintage Brut Cuvée (predominantly Chardonnay with a little Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc) is the most affordable, and made in by far the greatest quantities, of the DOCG Franciacorta. Gran Cuvée Brut is a step up, 3 parts Chardonnay to one of Pinot Noir. The Rosé is a sheer delight (60/40 Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) while the soft, creamy and delicately sparkling non-vintage Satèn is a lovely example of this low-pressure style. Pas Operé has no final addition of sugar, making it the driest of the range. A Riserva named after the owner has extended ageing on its lees (around 6 years). The still wines are sold under the Terre di Franciacorta DOC. The best of these is the rich, complex Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco blend, Convento della Santissima Annunciata. Varietal Chardonnay Uccellanda is rich and oaky while a Pinot Noir, Casotte, has good texture but is not among the best Italian examples (see North-East Italy). A powerful Cabernet/Merlot blend, Solesine, can show well with 5–10 years’ age when from a warm vintage. None of the still wines offers particularly good value for money but try the very classy fizz at least.

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