Buy Best Champagne & Sparkling Wine in the UK

Nothing starts a party better than a glass of delicious Champagne & Sparkling wine. When you hear the cork pop, you know that you’re going to have a blast. Sparkling wines have been a celebratory drink for centuries, with Ancient Greeks and Romans observing bubbles in their wine. Choose from our exclusive collection of Proseccos & Sparkling Wines and make your occasion even more special!

What is Sparkling Wine?

It is essentially a carbonated wine. Prosecco, cava, and sekt are all Sparkling wines including Champagne. However, as you’re now aware that not all sparkling wine is Champagne. Did you know that if your bottle says it’s Champagne, then it means it’s from France? Sparkling wine can only be called Champagne if it comes from Champagne, France.

What is Champagne and Sparkling Wine Made of?

They are produced from a mix of fermented grapes. Winemakers always use three major grape varieties to produce Champagne including Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay. While Sparkling wine may come from several grape varieties.

What’s the Difference Between Champagne and Sparkling Wine?

Champagne and Sparkling wine differ in style and quality depending on where they are produced.  Champagne must come from the vineyards of Champagne, France. While Sparkling wine on the other hand can come from anywhere in the winemaking world. Only seven specified varieties of grapes must be used for Champagne.

What are the Types of Sparkling Wine?

  • Champagne
  • Prosecco
  • Cava
  • Cremant
  • Sekt
  • Rose


What are the Styles of Champagne & Sparkling Wine?

Before you pick the bottle of delicious Champagne and Sparkling wine, it’s important to know the array of styles and levels of sweetness offered. Good Earth is the place where you’ll find the best bubbly from around the world!

Brut/ extra brut: Most popular sparkling wine, bone-dry to almost-dry in flavour. (Less than 1.5% sugar)

Extra dry/extra sec: Also known as extra-brut, this is slightly sweeter than Brut. (1.2-2% sugar)

Sec: Medium sweetness (1.7-3.5% sugar)

Demi-sec: Typically considered a sweet variety of wine. (3.3 to 5% sugar)

Doux: It is extremely sweet, also considered a dessert wine. (+5% sugar)

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