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What's sparkling blend wine?
Ready to pop open a bottle of bubbly? Refreshingly delicious, a sparkler produces lovely bubbles when you cork open a bottle. Champagne is the most famous variety of this effervescent wine, yet not all sparkling wines are Champagnes. Winemakers experiment with blends of wines to produce delicately fizzy bubblies that don't cost a lot and are an alternative to Champagne. Using blends of wines makes it easier for wine producers to create more complex and consistent flavors, both for sparkling wines and other wine blends.
More about bubbly blends Sparkling blends combine different grape varieties and varied styles of bubblies for drinks with special flavors. Winemakers often blend rosé and Champagne to create a bottle of lively, pink sparkling wine with fresh fruity notes.
For those wanting to experiment with fun and fancy bubblies, try a sparking wine flavored with tropical fruits such as pineapple, papaya and mango. The exotic scents of tropical fruits along with their delightful flavors are a treat for your palate.
Popular styles of a bubbly
The style of a sparkling wine dictates its final flavor. It helps to know some prominent varieties of this drink. Zesty sparkling wines feature a lean flavor profile with notes of flowers, fresh apples and citrus. The ones featuring chardonnay and pinot noir grapes have the least sugar content and fall under the brut category. Bubblies from Sonoma in California and Franciacorta in Italy are very light with fruity and floral notes. If you're looking to add a dessert wine to your collection, a sweet and perfumed sparkler featuring aromatic grapes such as muscat is a nice option.
Food pairings with these refreshing wines
The bracing acidity of a blend sparkler means you can find the ideal food to serve with it. When planning your food menu, keep in mind the style and flavor profile of the bubbly you'll be serving. Dry styles mesh well with seafood dishes, while other varieties marry well with traditional Italian fare featuring acidic sauces or creamy blends. Sweet sparkling wines work best with a dessert platter filled with fruits, chocolate and sorbet. Alcohol-removed wines are also available, so anyone can join the celebration.