Sparkling Wine

Sparkling wine is a wine that is naturally carbonated by a second fermentation; types include champagne, cava, and prosecco.

Recipes

  1. Sparkling Pomegranate Spritzers

    Prosecco is a sparkling wine from Italy. Other dry, non-sweet sparkling wines work well for these quick-and-easy Valentine's Day-inspired spritzers, too. Look for bottles labeled "brut" or "extra dry."

  2. Mrs. Lenkh's Cheese Sables

    These crackers are great with drinks and go especially well with dry and off-dry sparkling wines . The dough keeps for two days in the fridge, and for months in the freezer (thaw it in the fridge before using).

  3. Pomegranate Sparklers

    Find ruby red pomegranate seeds in the refrigerated section of many markets. Use them as edible baubles on Christmas cocktails, including this one with sparkling wine .

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Articles

  1. Top 10 Sparkling Wines for New Year’s Eve: Wine 101

    Thu, 27 Dec 2012

    But which Champagne or other sparkling wine is the best for your holiday celebration? The lingo of sparkling wine and the wide variety of options can be ..... to the world’s most famous sparkling wine , but when it comes to good bubbly

  2. Decoding the Wine Label: Wine 101

    Thu, 4 Oct 2012

    that good). But when it comes to fortified (sweet) or sparkling wines , this is normal. These types of wines are usually made from blends ..... France is the only region legally allowed to market its sparkling wine as Champagne. Many other countries have similar designations. Germany

  3. 5 Essentials to Up Your Wine IQ Instantly: Wine 101

    Thu, 30 Aug 2012

    of acidity. White wines that feature high-acid include sparkling wine , Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling . Why It’s Important ..... high acidity can make the wine seem less sweet than it is. Sparkling wines called Chenin Blanc are particularly high in sugar and sweetness

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Videos

  1. Summer Entertaining: Top Tips For Pairing Wine and Cheese

    Wed, 9 Jul 2014

    everything, I would say always choose bubbles. Because sparkling wine and cheese to me are always going to be a perfect match ..... out of a package that's been shredded, put that with sparkling wine and you'll be good. I would also say go with a higher

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    number one out of everything, I would say always choose bubbles. Because sparkling wine and cheese to me are always going to be a perfect match. No matter what kind of cheese you like. If you're a true novice with the cheese part of it and you like Colby Jack, Pepper Jack, and Cheddar, out of a package that's been shredded, put that with sparkling wine and you'll be good. I would also say go with a higher acid wine, whether it's white or red, just because your

Food Blogs We Love

  1. Elderflower and Coriander Vodka

    Thu, 12 Jun 2014

    as well. Some uses; to spike lemonade or orange juice; in vodka and soda or vodka tonic; or a splash in a glass with sparkling wine . In all cases you can sweeten to taste with a simple honey syrup or common simple syrup - or not. I've seen beautiful

  2. Rhubarb Fizz

    Mon, 20 May 2013

    The Rhurbarb Fizz cocktail combines a rhubarb syrup with lemon juice, sparkling wine and gin, making for a delicious spring cocktail.

  3. Queen’s Cocktail

    Fri, 14 Sep 2012

    it really will happen here in So Cal) the Queen’s Cocktail is truly the perfect pre dinner cocktail – Dubonnet with sparkling wine , a hint of bitters and in keeping with it’s name “diamonds” – edible ones!!! So Barb, here’s to you – Congratulations

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