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sparkling wine

noun as in effervescent wine

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The humans among them, including Aly’s father, John, and his wife, Maria Rutan, mostly stayed hydrated with rosé, orange and sparkling wines.

Think of it as a thin pet-nat, which is already a thin sparkling wine.

There is, in fact, a different kind of Champagne, delicious sparkling wine from that same hallowed ground, made of humbler stuff yet no less compelling, and every bit as celebratory.

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Montina produces franciacorta sparkling wine, including the delicious three-star extra brut I recommended last month.

Perhaps, that alone is good enough reason to commit to fine sparkling wine this December.

All Champagne is sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine is Champagne.

This sparkling wine struck a chord with Americans and Europeans alike.

Up until a year or so ago, English sparkling wine was very hard to find in the U.S. (nobody imported it).

“People say English sparkling wine is the champagne of the future,” Veseth says.

Upon arrival, Maasai in traditional dress offer flutes of sparkling wine.

Moons of Grandeur is a ringing bell and a glimmering tapestry and a draught of sparkling wine.

The sparkling wine was much more palatable, and reminded me of a very superior kind of perry.

In a minute from the time when I drank it the delicious sparkling wine had begun to revive me.

Mrs. —— offered us a fine sparkling wine made of the juice of the wild-orange.

Carinthia submissively sipped the sparkling wine, which stings the lips when they are indisposed to it.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sparkling wine, such as: bubbly, champagne, asti spumate, and spumante.

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