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  1. Le Moss Frizzante IGT
    Le Moss Frizzante IGT
    This is slightly cloudy Glera sparkling wine from the Piave region in Italy. Basically it's a Prosecco as it is made from all glera grapes but made in a pet-nat style and unfiltered so cannot legally call itself Prosecco. But honestly why would you care? This is such a fun wine to drink. We all screamed "picnic wine!" when we tried it. Hell yeah!

    Wild yeast fermented with natural carbonation from secondary ferment in bottle there is lilting aroma of bread crust, Acacia flowers, apple, lemon & grapefruit pithiness. Extremely fresh with some chalky texture that reminds a bit of great scrumpy cider. Bone dry, totally fresh and totally delicious. Yum!
    NV
    Sparkling Wine
    Italy
    391
    Special Price $20.00 Regular Price $24.00
  2. Dal Zotto Pucino Prosecco
    Dal Zotto Pucino Prosecco
    The Dal Zotto family has decided to make this wine one of their mainstays, and they’ve delivered an impressive, zesty style that has plenty of appeal as an aperitif or partly filler. There’s plenty of fresh cut pear and apple fruit here – really pure and even. The palates smooth and finely stated, with delicious, gently creamy texture.
    Nick Stock, The Age Good Wine Guide 2011 

    Dal Zotto make two proseccos – the other is a vintage release that’s bottle-fermented and twice the price. This one uses the Charmat method and is made for everyday drinking. Alluring aromas of pear, apple blossom and red berries have a yeasty complexity to them, while the wine tastes of sweet stonefruit, spice and zesty lemon. It’s more gentle on the fizz than some and in turn has a creamy mousse along with a light grip and a refreshing finish of pithy citrus and apple.
    BEN THOMAS, THE WEEKLY REVIEW
    NV
    Prosecco
    Australia
    414
  3. Range Life Prosecco NV
    Range Life Prosecco NV
    Premium Italian varietals grown in Victoria. They may be hard to pronounce but they are exceptionally easy to drink. Throw caution into the wind and enjoy these wines for what they are - delicious and uncomplicated, perfect for any occasion.

    The perfect aperitif. Think flavours of green tropical fruits, honeycomb and green apple. A slight sweetness is balanced by chalky acidity and a slightly savoury finish which leaves the palate refreshed. PWS
    NV
    Prosecco
    Australia
  4. Correfox Cava Brut Rose NV
    Correfox Cava Brut Rose NV

    Made from Trepat, Monastrell and Garnacha grown in the sub region of Penedes called Villafranca del Penedes - the town at the heart of Cava production. It is a third generation, 100 year old, family-owned business whose almost entire focus is sparkling wine made in the traditional method.

    Hand-harvested grapes from their own vineyards.The red grapes macerate on skins for two to three hours and only the free run juice is used. Each grape variety produces a base wine which is made separately in steel tanks at controlled temperatures. The wine spends 9 months on lees before bottling and undergoes its second fermentation in the bottle.

    Wonderful and lifted red fruits and strawberry with an underlying earthy note. Nice fine bubbles and some lovely mide-palate fruit rounds out the crips and dry moutfeel. Nice crunch on the finish but persitant and plenty of flavour that carries through. An unusual style for Cava but done really well!

    NV
    chardonnay, White Blend
    Spain
    472
  5. Bleasdale Vineyards Sparkling Shiraz NV
    Bleasdale Vineyards Sparkling Shiraz NV
    TYSON STELZER"S SPARKLING WINE OF THE YEAR UNDER $25

    The same blend that has wone a beloved place among the most legendary of Australia's bargain sparkling reds. All the plush, spicy mulberry and blackberry fruits of Langhorne Creek are enveloped into its fold, laced with pepper and a wonderful greengage tang.
    Impeccably managed, fine tannins, lively acidity and just the right level of dosage unite harmoniously on a finish of line, length and integrity completely unexpected at this price.
    It's a downright delicious drink - and begs the question of why there aren't more sparkling red made in Langhorne Creek. TYSON STELZER
    NV
    Sparkling Red
    Australia
    417
  6. Vallformosa MVSA Brut NV
    Vallformosa MVSA Brut NV

    The 'MVSA' is made from the tradition Cava varieties Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada at the respective ratio's of 35:30:35%, the wine has seen 24 months of lees ageing and bears 9.5 g/l of residual sugar, but has the acidity to clean up the tail; it is a stylish and satisfying wine of great value. It is pale in colour with plenty of bubbles showing aromas of apples and pears, toasty bread and white flowers balancing the right amount of bubbles and acid. There is pure apple on the palate with minerals and lemon sherbet on the finish; it is a very cooling and refreshing summer drink. PWS

    NV
    Sparkling Wine
    Spain
  7. 724  Prosecco Extra Dry NV
    724 Prosecco Extra Dry NV
    From the hills around the famed Valdobbiadene growing region quin-tessential to Prosecco, Vini 724 produce a Prosecco of energy, vibrancy and clarity of fruit character ideally suited to the style

    When we initially tasted the wine from the cellars it impressed us for its value and character, but left plenty to be desired by way of packag-ing. Thus, for the re-creation of the label the producer collaborated with a professional illustrator and journalist who has wide experience in the world of food and wine.

    What can we say!? This goes down a treat. Soft bubbles and fresh cut tree fruits that slide down so esasy. Perfect for a summer day. PWS
    NV
    Sparkling Wine
    Italy
    391
  8. Lini 910 Lambrusco
    Lini 910 Lambrusco
    Forget any preconception of Lambrusco as the sweet industrialised stuff that your parents may have known. Or some of the poor local versions that continue to denigrate the great and proud reputation of one of Italy's classic wine styles. \n\nEstablished in 1910, Lini is a family run-winery - Alicia Lini is the fourth generation winemaker - producing a range of Lambruschi that are elegant, vibrant, complex, refreshing and dry versions that shine with simple foods such as cured meats and antipasti. TREMBATH & TAYLOR\n\nLini 910 makes excellent Lambrusco and has only recently been available in Australia. Its dar red and enticing with loads of big bubbles as soon as its poured although they dissipate quickly. There is plenty of red berry fruit, smoky, savoury with some grippy tannins offset by cleansing acidity and a fresh finish. JANE FAULKNER, The Age\n
    NV
    Lambrusco
    Italy
    389
  9. Lacrima Baccus Brut Nature Riserva Cava
    Lacrima Baccus Brut Nature Riserva Cava
    The traditional sparkling varieties are harvested and vinified separately working with chilled fruit to maintain freshness, soft pressing, and strict musts selection. Once the fermentation is finished, the final blend is decided on with second fermentation in bottle at low temperature to encourage gentle fermentation and aging until getting the optimum point of balance between freshness and creaminess. 

    Bright pale yellow, perfect integration of the fine bubbles with a soft and delicate texture.Fine and elegant, a fresh cava with toasted notes like coffee with touches of vanilla and honeysuckle. Fruity, rich in aromas such as peach, grapefruit and white flowers (jasmine and elder-flower). Fresh, fruity, creamy and, at the same time, light but with body due to the contact with the lees. Fine texture and very pleasant with notes of almonds and nuts
    Sparkling Wine
    Spain
  10. Bellenda Cosi  È Col Fondo
    Bellenda Cosi È Col Fondo
    The NV Conegliano Valdobbiadene Così È is a fun Pet-Nat style Prosecco, having undergone a secondary fermentation in bottle. Notes of sour lemon, pineapple, granny smith and crushed stone can all be found in the glass. It’s soft in texture yet bone dry, with stimulating acids and minerals which work to completely cleanse the palate between each sip. Flavors of dried apricot and pear linger along with a twang of mouthwatering citrus. Although a bit funky, this is a pleasure to taste. (92) ERIC GUIDO, www.vinousmedia.com

    Here the secondary fermentation in bottle is encouraged by the addition of unfermented must (juice) of the same wine. The wine does not undergo disgorgment and so retains the natural yeast sediment which, if disturbed, gives the wine a slightly hazy appearance. This is a nod to the traditional styles of the region enjoyed by the Cosmo family in the days of their parents and grandparents. It presents with a slightly softer profile and more subtlety of character than some of the other cuvees. For me it is the kind of wine that you want to pop at the start of a long lunch or dinner with friends, it is eminently digestible and provides serious ease for consumption. ROSCOE
    2017
    Italy
    499
  11. Quealy Secco Splendido 2021
    Quealy Secco Splendido 2021

    Traditional method for the 2021 moving away from the per-nat style of previous vintages.

    The fruit was sourced from the 100 Hunts Vineyard in Merricks North, owned and managed by Joe Vaughan. The 2021 is 100% Moscato Bianco, picked at 10.5 Baumé to preserve perfume and acidity. The grapes were gently pressed to a low yield, gifting filigree aromas and a nimble palate weight. The juice was settled, then racked to begin ferment. The wine was then tiraged and immediately bottled for secondary fermentation. Disgorgement was by hand and the wine was made without any sulphur or dosage.

    2021
    White Blend
    Australia
    441
  12. Torreblanca Cava Brut NV
    Torreblanca Cava Brut NV
    Torreblanca is a family owned finca or single vineyard of 22 hectares at the village of Moja, near Vilafranca del Penedès in the centre of the main zone of production for quality Cava. Theirs is a little basin vineyard, rolling down and away from the winery then up north toward Vilafranca. Dry and sunny, with good winds sweeping through and helping avoid rot and fungus. Montse Nicolas and her family have owned the property for 8 years, and also own another handy Cava outfit, Grimau. The estate itself has a vinous production history which dates back to the 15th century. THE SPANISH ACQUISITION

    Fresh, mineral nose; white nectarine, honey wafers, apple, crunchy aspect. Uncomplicated, correct palate with classic Cava lemony-apple-macadamia fruit; fine with shale and waxy florals. Beautifully simple and very stylish. 7 g/l residual, aged 19 months. 35% Macabeo, 25% Xarel.lo, 40% Parellada.
    PWS
    NV
    Spain
    372
  13. Bellenda Radicale Spumante Extra Brut Nature Metodo
    Bellenda Radicale Spumante Extra Brut Nature Metodo
    An extreme version of a sparkling glera, with no sulphites and no disgorging. BELLENDA

    Sourced from their best parcels of fruit this is, in many ways, the flagship of the estate but sadly also one of the smallest amounts made. For the initial fermentation about half of the fruit is left on skins and a portion (roughly 60%) is aged in barrel with the remaining portion resting in stainless steel. Secondary fermentation occurs in bottle and the wine is aged on lees for 24 months before being released sur lie (on its sediment) with zero additions an no sulphur used. It is a wild and heady bottling full of nuance and detail with gorgeous texture and plenty of intensity. Radicale brings together the Cosmo family's traditional methods and modern techniques, the result is a wine that is completely unique to Bellenda and the region. It is well worth hunting down. ROSCOE
    2015
    Italy
    499
  14. Bellenda Sei Uno Prosecco Metodo Classico DOCG 2018
    Bellenda Sei Uno Prosecco Metodo Classico DOCG 2018

    The Bellenda crew are a bunch of crazy cats trying to start a small revolution in Prosecco. They are hell-bent on upping the quality. Firstly the property is located in the DOCG zone on the hills surrounding Carpesica, the heart of quality in the region, where as the bulk standard prosecco you see littering shelves all over the world tends to be grown down on the flats outside of the traditional area.

    Fesh cut yellow apple and dried flowers overlay a hint of quartz twang. Delicate but persistent bubbles that open to a salty and savory note finished with a little preserved lemon. This is deliciously dry and super refreshing. It definitely runs to a more serious style but has plenty of fruit to be enjoyed without thinking too hard.

     

    2018
    Glera
    Italy
    499
  15. Delamere Sparkling Cuvee NV
    Delamere Sparkling Cuvee NV

    Delamere Vineyards were planted in 1982 in the Pipers River region in northeast Tasmania making it one of the oldest plantings not only in the region but in Tasmania. They have 6.5ha under vine and its age makes it a rare resource in Tasmania. The ironstone rich soils are perfectly suited to the cultivars of pinot noir and chardonnay, and was established in the traditional French design used in Burgundy and Champagne.

    The low yield per vine and the reflective heat from the ground produces wines with superior depth of flavour and ripe well-developed tannins. Vine age and subsequent natural balance are key factors in the consistent production of wines with great structure and harmony.

    Perfumed and pretty on the nose but then racy on the palate. It feels like a low-dosage style. Strawberries, lime blossom, grapefruit and lemon rind. It all sizzles out through the finish, with length to burn. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, the winefront 

    NV
    chardonnay, Pinot noir
    Australia
    490
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