Sparkling Wines

Cave Geisse Brut Rose 2012

12.5% Abv.

Traditional Method
100% Pinot Noir
24 months lees ageing
Pale onion skin colour. Nose shows summer fruits with hint of citrus and white flowers. Persistent bubbles, medium mousse
Mousse is soft on palate. Some ‘bubble gum’ sweetness overlays light strawberry fruit. Medium length finish.
Serve this pink fizz from South America well chilled.


Cave Geisse Extra Brut Tradicional 2011

12.5% Abv.

Traditional Method
50:50 Chardonnay / Pinot Noir blend
30 months lees ageing

Very bright and clear with a fine, persistent bubbles and elegant mousse. Good autolytic character on nose: pronounced biscuit and brioche aromas. Palate is rich: buttery, peachy, toasty. Very dry too, with hint of candied fruit. Very long, finishes with a sherbet spritz.

Ideal for a wedding, this sparkling wine is almost Champagne like – high quality Brazilian bubbly!


Sanjo Nobrese Sparkling Moscato NV

7% Abv only! Residual sugar approx. 74 gm/ltr.

100% Moscato Giallo
Made using the Asti method ( single fermentation in stainless steel tank )
Very pale yellow in colour. Floral, fresh, orange blossom and citrus nose. Gentle mousse and plenty of small bubbles. Clean, fruity and fresh on palate. Good level of acidity- not tasting overly sweet. Light bodied, cleansing. Lingers a little on finish

Drink now – but will last a couple of years in good storage

This South American sparkling white wine is ideal for those who prefer sweeter wines, or serve as a digestif with meringues, fruit salad or dark chocolate puds.

 


Sanjo Nobrese Sparkling Chardonnay NV

12.5% Abv.
 

This South American sparkling wine is a blend of 85%-90% Chardonnay, plus a drop of Merlot & Cab Sauvignon.

This white sparkling wine from Brazil  is very pale in colour with greenish highlights, with plenty of mousse and decent small bubbles. Apples and pears on nose,  with hints of candied or dried fruit too. On palate, is clean, fresh and easy drinking but with hint of aromatic character. It is  consider as light to medium bodied.

A wine to drink now, served chilled, good as a party wine, with light starters  or white meat dishes.

 


Campos de Cima Brut Champenoise 2011

12% Abv.  8.5g/ltr residual sugar

IWC 2013 Silver Medal winner

Very good quality Traditional Method sparkler, which has benefited from 24 months lees ageing. Green-gold in colour, shows persistent fine mousse with pronounced tropical notes on nose. Palate is dry but soft and well rounded, with good fruit overlaying brioche yeastiness. Acidity gives a kick of real freshness, following through into a long finish.

This Brazilian bubbly is ideal to drink as an aperitif but will make good accompaniment to lighter chicken dishes, salads and risotto.


Campos de Cima Extra Brut Champenoise 2011

12% Abv.  3.8g/ltr residual sugar

In similar vein to sister wine above, this extra dry sparkling wine is a very good quality Traditional Method sparkler, which has benefited from 24 months lees ageing. Green-gold colour, with nose showing only a trace of tropicality, while mousse is fine and persistent. Lean, dry austere palate which shows a mineral – almost saline – character. Noticeably higher acidity than the Brut, and definitely more of a ‘food wine’. 

 

Drink with oysters, grilled fish and seafood in general.


Geisse Terroir Nature

Cave Geisse Terroir Nature 2009

12.5% Abv.

IWC 2011 Commendation

Methode Champenoise sparkling wine, 68% Chardonnay and 32% Pinot Noir. 36 months maturation on lees.

Bright straw colour with intense, persistent fine bubbles (‘perlage’). White flowers, apricot, apple and yeastiness on the nose. Honeyed and crystalised fruit on the palate. This South American white sparkling wine is full bodied, with a generous mouth fill and long lingering finish.


Geisse Brut Rose

Cave Geisse Rose Brut 2009

12.5% Abv.

Methode Champenoise sparkling wine, 100% Pinot Noir. 36 months maturation on lees.

Clear, characteristic onion skin colour with dark caramel highlights. These champagne style wines have very small, intense and persistent bubbles. Complex but delicious nose, touches of honey, hazelnuts and red fruits, with strawberry aromas especially pronounced. Delicious creamy mousse, palate shows more red fruits, brioche, toast and honey.

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Amadeu Rose Brut 2012

12% Abv. Residual sugar 10gm / ltr.

Methode champenoise, made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes. Minimum 18 months bottle maturation.

Intriguing russet-red colour, showing excellent bubbles and plenty of red fruit on the nose. Refreshing acidity on the palate, with ripe strawberry flavours and good mouth fill. This is an airy versatile pink sparkling wine from Brazil which would make a great party or wedding wine or perhaps served with lighter foods or as a digestif.


Amadeu Brut Champenoise 2012

12% Abv. Residual sugar 10gm / ltr.

Methode champenoise, 80% Chardonnay & 20% Pinot Noir  Minimum 18 months bottle maturation.

Pale yellow-gold with fine, persistent bubbles. Pronounced nose of mature fruits, especially apple and pear, with floral hints. Well rounded with more fruit on the palate, good balance between alcohol and acidity, and a long finish. Serve these Brazilian sparkling whites as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to white meat or fish dishes.


Vinicola Aurora Sparkling Moscatel

7.5% Abv.

IWC 2011 Commendation

Sparkling semi-sweet white wine produced with a blend of Moscato Bianco and Moscato Giallo grapes, using the Charmat-Asti process. Sweetish aromas, with a hint of flowers and honey. Good balance between sweetness and acidity.

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Vinicola Aurora Sparkling Brut ‘Prosecco style’

Our bestseller at Taste of London!

11% Abv.

Made exclusively with Glera grapes, as with a traditional Prosecco, and using the Charmat method. Pale straw colour with a hint of green, this wine demonstrates all the characteristics you would expect of this grape variety.

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Casa Valduga Gran Reserva Brut 130 NV

13% Abv.

This sparkling white wine from Brazil is a blend of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir, produced in the traditional Methode Champenoise manner, and with 36 months ageing on the lees. Some oak – around 20% of blend is oak aged for 6 months. Gold colour, fine mousse. Elegant and spicy bouquet with fruit aromas reminiscent of almonds and tropical fruits. Balanced acidity, well rounded, good length.

Perfect party and wedding wines.


Miolo Millesime Brut 2009

Miolo Brut Millesime 2009

12,5% Abv. ( available in Republic of Ireland only )

This sparkling wine from South America is a classic blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir. Light yellow presenting a green reflection with fine and resistant bubbles. The perlage is fine, but intense and long lasting bubbles, leaving a brief and interesting crown. Aromas complex and pleasant range of fruit and aging bouquets (yeast maturation). The taste is balanced acidity, fine body, leaving a pleasant taste in the mouth.

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