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14 Hands Bubbles

American Sparkling /11% ABV / Washington, United States

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American Sparkling

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Washington, United States

Tasting Notes

Apple

Apple

Acidic

Acidic

Citrus

Citrus

ABV

11%


Product description

14 Hands wines are inspired by the untamed spirits of the wild horses that once freely roamed eastern Washington. Sourced and crafted in Washington State, the 14 Hands Bubbles White Wine sparkler is a lively match to your wild side. Dancing bubbles tickle your tastebuds with notes of apple and a twist of citrus. Delicate, bright, and full of bite, it’s no wonder this approachable wine is so popular. Expressive and easy drinking, this wine will make a perfect match for picnics, nature hikes, and sunny days. This Brut Sparkler white wine is now available in 355 mL cans and ready for adventure!

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Community reviews

4.42 Reviews
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  • Katie
    Verified Buyer
    Verified Buyer

    Ok. Light on the bubbles

  • Diane

    Places we gravitate to often, (beaches, etc) have "no glass" rules so Bubbles seemed like a solution to enjoying a sparkling. Upon opening, the first several sips were crisp, fruity, and more bubbly than I expected; definitely a plus. About halfway into the can it was evident Bubbles can't hold the bubbles and becomes flat fast. At that point it drinks more like a white wine.

FAQs

This wine is the American version of Champagne and is made from a blend of three grapes - pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. Most sparkling wine is non-vintage, which means the winemakers have used grapes from different years and blended them. American sparkling wine is similar to Champagne but because it was not produced in the Champagne region of France, it legally can’t use that name (although some producers in the US do anyway).    
Because only sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France can officially be called Champagne, other countries and regions are not allowed to use this designation. American producers, however, sometimes ignore this practice and label their products as American champagne or California champagne.
American sparkling wine varies in its ABV, but typically contains up to 12% alcohol content.



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