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Sparkling Masters 2016: the results

No longer just a tipple for ladies who lunch, sparkling has become a ‘lifestyle’ wine for consumers around the world, and as our Masters competition showed, the quality is rising from Champagne to English sparkling and beyond.

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THE SPARKLING wine category is on fire at the moment, not only in the UK but around the world. It’s so hot, in fact, that a trade show dedicated to fizz launched in Paris in June, with organisers hoping to make the City of Light the global capital of the sparkling wine trade.

Held at the Parc Floral, Bulles Expo drew 130 sparkling wine producers from across the globe and over 5,000 members of the wine trade with the aim of boosting the already buoyant international sparkling wine market.

In February, Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise described sparkling wine as “the hottest category in the world” due to its consistent growth since 2010.

According to the IWSR, fizz is expected to drive a 1.8% increase in UK wine consumption from 2015 to 2019, with Prosecco leading the charge due to its status as an everyday luxury that consumers can indulge in guilt-free.

UK consumption of sparkling wine by volume is expected to rise by 13% between now and 2019, compared with modest still wine growth of just 0.6%. Meanwhile, global sparkling wine consumption is expected to grow by 7.4% over the same period, with Asia, North and South America and Europe all expected to increase their volumes by more than a million 9-litre cases each.

ABOUT THE COMPETITION

The Drinks Business Global Sparkling Wine Masters is a competition for sparkling wines from around the world. This year’s inaugural event saw 280 entries judged blind by a panel of highly experienced tasters.

Wines were scored out of 100, with those gaining more than 95 points being awarded the top title of Master. Those earning over 90 points were given a Gold, those over 85 points a Silver and those over 80 points a Bronze. The sparkling wines were tasted over the course of one day at Cambridge Street Kitchen in London’s Pimlico on 10 June. This report features only the medal winners.

BILLION-POUND BUBBLY

This year sparkling wine sales in the UK soared past the £1 billion mark for the first time according to the WSTA, with retail sales during the first three months of the year enough to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

While off-trade volume sales are up 20% year on year (more than two-thirds of sparkling wine sales by value go through Britain’s retailers and almost 90% by volume), the on-trade is electric, with sparkling wine volume sales up 50%.

The average price of a bottle of sparkling wine in the UK off-trade is £9.10, which rises to £34.96 in the on-trade, with Prosecco now accounting for over half the sparkling retail market.

The WSTA estimates that by the end of the year around 106.7m bottles of fizz will have been sold through UK retailers; double the amount shifted in 2012. Given the strength of the sparkling wine category, we decided to launch the Global Sparkling Masters this year, with judging taking place in London on 10 June.

Gathering a cherry-picked panel of Masters of Wine and Master Sommeliers, our judges slurped their way through over 200 sparklers, awarding 45 of them Silver medals, 13 Gold and just one – Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2006 – the top accolade of Master.

Taking in wines from Champagne, Franciacorta, Cava, Prosecco, England, Wales, South Africa, Australia and beyond, the competition saw six of the 13 Gold medal winners hailing from Champagne, including Cattier Blanc de Blancs NV and Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2007.

Meanwhile, three came from Italy, one from Chile – Valdivieso Brut Nature 2014 – and one from England – Wiston Estate Blanc de Blancs 2010, made by sparkling wine maestro Dermot Sugrue.

Layout 1Shaking things up in the category, Gold medals were also awarded to a sparkler from Nova Scotia in Canada – Benjamin Bridge Brut 2008 – and, even more surprisingly, to a 2011 Blanc de Blancs made by Italian vigneron Edoardo Miroglio in the Thracian village of Elenovo in southeastern Bulgaria.

FEEL THE ENERGY

In terms of what our judges were looking for, Champagne expert Michael Edwards best summed it up: “In sparkling wine I look for tension, energy, creaminess, spiciness and refreshment, which is what the category is all about,” he said.

For Clément Robert MS, the man in charge of wines across the 28°-50° group, bubble size was the key to quality. “One of the key things I look for in quality sparkling wine is fine bubbles – I don’t like soda water bubbles. The wines have to be well balanced and the acidity has to be in harmony with the texture,” he said.

Taking it back to the beginning of the production process, Jonathan Pedley MW believes that the key to a standout sparkling wine lies in the quality of the base wines.

“It’s an old truism that sparkling wines need impeccable purity in the base wine as the sparkling process brings any faults in the wines to light, which the tasting illustrated.

All sparkling wines need precision, purity and balance in the base wines,” he said. “The poorer wines had underlying faults like excessive acidity, astringency and bitterness in the base wines and the bubbles amplified it.

There was huge variability in the Proseccos – we found some beautiful aromatic ones and some wretched ones. It was a mixed bag and had nothing to do with price.”

According to Pedley, the best sparklers in show offered “pure expressions of what they were meant to be, with yeast character, nutty complexity, maturity and beautiful balance on the palate, where the acidity, fruit and alcohol are in harmony”.

For Pierpaolo Petrassi MW, head of beers, wines and spirits for Waitrose, the English and Welsh sparkling wines in the line-up performed as well as he thought they would.

Layout 1‘GREAT STRIDES’

“They were really interesting and impressive, and reaffirmed what I thought about them. English and Welsh sparkling wines have made great strides and are now rubbing shoulders with the world’s best sparklers – they showed well and are holding their own,” he said.

“They used to be very taught and acidic, but the winemaking has come on leaps and bounds, and there’s a good balance between the current vintage and reserve wines in the blend now, while the high acidity is balanced out with more richness.”

Robert echoed Petrassi’s thoughts but was “disappointed” not to see more English fizz in the tasting, given that it’s currently enjoying a long awaited moment in the sun. Patricia Stefanowicz MW put the lack of homegrown entries down to the fact that producers have no problem selling out of their stock, giving them less incentive to enter competitions.

With this being his first Drinks Business Global Masters tasting, Petrassi was impressed overall by the quality of the wines on show.

“There were lots of good quality examples – I was surprised by how many good South American wines there were, which were well made, refreshing and clean with a good balance of fruit,” he said. Given his role at Waitrose, Petrassi is passionate about getting the message across to consumers that sparkling wine should viewed as an everyday luxury rather than a special occasion treat.

A WEEKDAY TREAT

“Sparkling wine isn’t just for celebrations but rainy Tuesdays too. If you’ve had a bad day, sparkling wine can perk you up – fizz really has its place,” he insisted.

Both Edwards and Robert were pleasantly surprised by the quality to be found in the £10 and under category in the tasting. “The quality of the wines in the £10 and under bracket really struck me,” said Edwards.

“I was impressed with the basic wines and how good the sparklers outside Champagne were.” Robert, however, believed the “real quality” started to show in the £20-30 bracket, which, in his opinion, offered the best value for money of the wines in the line-up.

Layout 1“In the £20-30 price point Champagne has strong competition – it’s not the undisputed king of fizz any more – but at the top end it’s still untouchable and has the monopoly,” he said, adding, “the grower Champagnes performed well – I liked them as much as the grandes marques.”

Stefanowicz MW agreed: “The top-level Champagnes were amazing, even those that were too youthful to show their true colours,” she said.

Petrassi thought it was brave of the grandes marques to enter their wines in the first place, given they have more to lose by doing badly than to gain by doing well. “It was brave of the grandes marques to pop their wines in and they universally did well in the tasting,” he said.

With regards to Prosecco, Robert’s opinion remains unchanged following the tasting. “Prosecco performed as I thought it would – it never reaches complex heights no matter what lengths the winemakers go to.

It’s an enjoyable, easy-drinking, everyday wine but is hard to judge in competitions,” he said. Petrassi was a bit less harsh on the UK’s favourite fizz, and believed its runaway global success has led Cava producers to change their approach in a bid to piggyback off its success.

“Prosecco has created its own style and we’ve seen Cava try to mimic it with residual sugar and a different fruit structure. Cava makers are being more careful in allowing the fruit to sing in a more overt way,” he revealed.

THE SWEET SPOT

A low point of the tasting was overuse of sugar, particularly in a few rogue examples in the brut category that were clearly over the dosage limit. Another complaint was a lack of vivacity in some of the sparklers.

“There were a number of wines across the price spectrum that had lost their freshness and become soggy,” insisted Pedley. “Sparkling wines are incredibly delicate and get tired sooner than still wines. Producers need to make sure fresh stock is reaching the market.”

But despite a few dodgy sugar levels and a cluster of tired wines, our tasters were largely enthusiastic about the wines on show. While Champagne remains the king of fizz at the top level, and untouchable in terms of elegance, complexity and finesse, with growing competition from Franciacorta, Trentodoc and English sparkling wine it can no longer rest on its laurels at grande marque level.

We’re living in exciting times for sparkling wine, as Petrassi pointed out: “Sparkling wine should take its place at the high table of wine – it’s no longer just for cocktail parties,” he said. Though it’s Michael Edwards who had the last word: “The category is doing really well worldwide as a lifestyle wine – it’s not just for ladies who lunch.”

The judges (l-r)

> Michael Edwards, journalist, author and Champagne expert
> Pierpaolo Petrassi MW, head of beers, wines and spirits, Waitrose
> Lucy Shaw, managing editor, the drinks business
> Clément Robert MS, group head sommelier and wine buyer, 28°-50°
> Roberto Della Pietra, sommelier and brand ambassador, French Bubbles
Matthieu Longuère, wine development manager, Le Cordon Bleu
> Jonathan Pedley MW, wine lecturer and consultant
> Patrick Schmitt MW, editor-in-chief, the drinks business
> Patricia Stefanowicz MW, wine writer and consultant
> Alex Hunt MW, purchasing director, Berkmann Wine Cellars

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White: sparkling brut – up to 12g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Santero Asti degli Angeli Santero Italy Monferrato NV Silver
Viña Concha y Toro SBX Sparkling Brut Chile Central Valley NV Silver
Louis Bouillot Perle d’Ivoire France Burgundy NV Silver
Louis Bouillot Perle d’Or France Burgundy NV Silver
Abbazia di San Gaudenzio Abbazia Fiorino Pinot Brut Italy Asti NV Silver
Shorn Shorn Pinot Grigio New Zealand Gisborne 2015 Bronze
Robertson Winery Lightly Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc South Africa Robertson 2015 Bronze
Törley Chapel Hill Chardonnay Brut Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
Viña Cono Sur Brut Chile Bio-Bio NV Bronze
Australian Vintage Nepenthe Prestige Cuvée Australia Adelaide Hills NV Bronze
Cantine Mucci Mucci Spumante Italy Torino di Sangro 2015 Bronze
Maycas del Limari Maycas Espace of Limari Chile Limari Valley 2015 Bronze
Felix Solis Avantis Provetto White Spain Spain NV Bronze
Santero Pinot Chardonnay Vino Spumante Brut Santero Italy Monferrato NV Bronze
Viña Undurraga Undurraga Brut Chile Central Valley NV Bronze
Ackerman Marquis de la Tour Blanc Brut France Loire Valley NV Bronze
Cavit Lunetta Prosecco DOC Italy Veneto NV Bronze
Sutter Home Family Vineyards Sutter Home Bubbly Brut USA California NV Bronze
Törley Hungaria Grande Cuvée Brut Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
Togni Rocca dei Forti Le Cuvée, Verdicchio DOC Italy Le Marche NV Bronze
Botter Lyric Italy Veneto NV Bronze
Togni Rocca dei Forti Le Cuvée Brut Italy Abruzzo NV Bronze
Martini & Rossi Brut Martini Italy Piedmont NV Bronze
Valdivieso Valdivieso Extra Brut Chile Curico, Leyda & Casablanca Valley 2014 Bronze
Ackerman Crémant de Loire Blanc Brut Cuvée Privée France Val de Loire NV Bronze
Viña La Rosa Sparkling Wine Chardonnay Brut Chile Cachapoal 2014 Bronze
£10-£15
Valdivieso Valdivieso Brut Nature Chile Bio-Bio Leyda 2014 Gold
Edoardo Miroglio EM Brut Blanc de Blancs PDO Bulgaria Nouazagora 2011 Gold
Matahiwi Estate Matahiwi Estate Cuvée New Zealand Wairarapa 2015 Silver
Twee Jonge Gezellen Krone Borealis Vintage Cuvée Brut South Africa Western Cape 2015 Silver
Matahiwi Estate Matahiwi Estate Blanc de Blancs New Zealand Hawke’s Bay 2015 Silver
Barton & Guestier B&G Sparkling Chardonnay France Mediterranean NV Silver
Zonin 1821 Oltrenero Brut Nature Italy Zenevredo 2010 Bronze
Shabo Sparkling Wine Brut White TM Shabo Gold Ukraine Odessa 2014 Bronze
Cavit Altemasi Trento DOC Millesimato Brut Italy Trentino 2011 Bronze
Producta Vignobles Arnozan France Bordeaux 2014 Bronze
Codorníu Raventós Anna de Codorníu Blanc de Blancs Reserva Brut Spain Catalonia NV Bronze
Viña Undurraga Undurraga Extra Brut Chile Leyda Valley NV Bronze
Viña Santa Carolina Brut Reserve Sparkling Wine Chile Casblanca Valley 2012 Bronze
Marqués de la Concordia MM Reserva de Familia Brut Spain Catalonia 2012 Bronze
Shabo Classic Aged Sparkling Wine Extra Brut White TM Vaja Grand Cru Ukraine Odessa Region 2010 Bronze
Miguel Torres Cordillera Brut Blanc de Noir Chile Valle Curico 2013 Bronze
Trius Winery Trius Brut Canada Niagara Peninsula NV Bronze
Campo Viejo Gran Campo Viejo Cava Brut Reserva Spain Rioja NV Bronze
Shabo Classic Aged Sparkling Wine Brut TM Vaja Grand Cru Ukraine Odessa Region 2013 Bronze
Twee Jonge Gezellen Krone Vintage Rosé Cuvée Brut South Africa Western Cape 2015 Bronze
Torre del Gall Torre del Gall Spain Barcelona NV Bronze
Ackerman Crémant de Loire Blanc Brut Ambrosa France Loire Valley NV Bronze
Trivento Trivento Brut Nature Argentina Mendoza 2015 Bronze
£15-£20
Viña Casablanca Viña Casablanca Sparkling Brut Chile Casablanca Valley 2012 Silver
Viña Undurraga Titillum Original Chile Leyda Valley NV Silver
Masottina Prosecco Brut DOC Treviso Italy Veneto NV Silver
San Simone di Brisotto Prosecco DOC Brut Millesimato ‘Perlae Naonis’ Italy Friuli Venezia Giulia 2015 Silver
Cloudy Bay Pelorus New Zealand Marlborough NV Silver
Signal Ridge Vineyards Signal Ridge Brut Sparkling Wine USA California 2012 Silver
£15-£20
Château Tanunda Blanc de Blancs Australia Barossa Valley 2012 Silver
Terra Noble Terra Noble Extra Brut Chardonnay Chile Casablanca NV Silver
Château Tanunda Blanc de Blancs Australia Barossa Valley 2013 Bronze
Valdivieso Valdivieso Blanc de Noirs Chile Bio-Bio 2014 Bronze
Thirty Bench Wine Makers Sparkling Riesling Canada Niagara Peninsula NV Bronze
Viña Apaltagua Costero Extra Brut Chile San Antonio NV Bronze
Bouvet Ladubay Bouvet Saphir Saumur Brut France Loire 2013 Bronze
Torelló Torelló Special Edition Spain Barcelona 2011 Bronze
Viña Undurraga Titillum Blanc de Blancs Chile Leyda Valley NV Bronze
Llopart Llopart Reserva Brut Spain Cava 2013 Bronze
Montes Montes Sparkling Angel Chile Aconcagua NV Bronze
Domaine Vinsmoselle Crémant Poll-Fabaire Cuvée CULT Brut Luxembourg Luxembourg Moselle 2013 Bronze
Bouvet Ladubay Bouvet Tresor Blanc Brut France Loire 2012 Bronze
Codorníu Raventós 456 Gran Reserva Brut Spain Cava 2007 Bronze
£20-£30
Berlucchi 61 Franciacorta DOCG Brut Italy Franciacorta NV Gold
Masottina Contrada Granda Brut Italy Veneto 2015 Silver
Champagne Montaudon Blanc de Noirs France Champagne NV Silver
Castello di Querceto François Ier Italy Tuscany NV Silver
Champagne de Saint Gall Brut Tradition France Champagne NV Silver
Leckford Estate Leckford Estate Brut Hampshire England Hampshire 2012 Silver
Wyfold Vineyards Wyfold Vineyards England Oxfordshire 2011 Silver
Merry Widows Grüner Veltliner Sekt Austria Willesden 2014 Bronze
Viña Morande Brut Nature Chile Casablanca Valley NV Bronze
Kaiken Kaiken Sparkling Brut Argentina Valle de Uco NV Bronze
Champagne Montaudon Brut France Champagne NV Bronze
Berlucchi 61 Franciacorta DOCG Saten Italy Franciacorta NV Bronze
Rhebokskloof Estate Rhebokskloof Method-Cap Classique South Africa Paarl 2008 Bronze
Champagne Jean Moutardier Champagne Carte d’Or France Champagne NV Bronze
Masottina Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore Brut Italy Veneto NV Bronze
£30-£50
Cattier Blanc de Blancs France Champagne NV Gold
Wiston Estate Wiston Estate Blanc de Blancs England Sussex 2010 Gold
Benjamin Bridge Brut Canada Nova Scotia 2008 Gold
Champagne de Saint Gall Blanc de Blancs France Champagne NV Gold
GH Mumm & Cie Mumm France Champagne 2009 Silver
Bird in Hand Joy Australia Adelaide Hills 2010 Silver
Chassenay D’Arce Cuvée Permiere France Champagne NV Silver
Benjamin Bridge Brut Reserve Canada Nova Scotia 2010 Silver
Cattier Blanc de Noirs France Champagne NV Silver
Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut France Champagne NV Silver
Champagne de Saint Gall Brut Millésime France Champagne 2009 Silver
San Simone di Brisotto Metodo Classico Cuvée Blanc de Blancs Millesimato Italy Friuli Venezia Giulia 2011 Bronze
Terre à Terre Daosa Blanc de Blancs Piccadily Valley Australia Piccadily Valley 2011 Bronze
Twee Jonge Gezellen Krone the Phoenix South Africa Western Cape NV Bronze
Berlucchi 61 Franciacorta DOCG Millesimato Nature Italy Franciacorta 2009 Bronze
Sugrue Pierre The Trouble with Dreams England Sussex 2013 Bronze
Torelló Gran Torelló 225 Brut Nature Spain Barcelona 2009 Bronze
Bellavista Alma Gran Cuvee Brut Italy Lombardy NV Bronze
Bellavista Vendammia Brut Alla Scala Italy Lombardy 2010 Bronze
Champagne de Saint Gall Extra Brut France Champagne NV Bronze
GH Mumm & Cie Mumm Cordon Rouge France Champagne NV Bronze
Over £50
Champagne Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut France Champagne 2006 Master
Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque France Champagne 2007 Gold
Champagne de Saint Gall Champagne Orpale Grand Cru France Champagne 2002 Gold
Champagne Montaudon Classe M France Champagne NV Silver
Raventos i Blanc Manuel Raventos Negra Spain Conca del Riu Anoia 2008 Silver
Champagne Taittinger Prélude Grands Crus France Champagne NV Silver
Bodegas Carras Toro Loco Cava DO Spain Valencia NV Bronze
Bird in Hand Lalla Victoria Australia Adelaide Hills 2002 Bronze
Skærsøgaard Skærsøgaard DON’s Cuvée Brut Denmark Jylland 2014 Bronze

White: sparkling extra dry – 12-17g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Törley Hungaria Extra Dry Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
£10-£15
Zonin 1821 Prosecco DOC Special Cuvée Italy Vicenza NV Silver
Maccari Bianco Spumante Habituè Extra Dry Italy Veneto 2015 Silver
Zonin 1821 Black Edition Italy North-east Italy NV Silver
MBG International Premium Brands GmbH Scavi & Ray Prosecco Spumante DOC Italy Veneto 2015 Bronze
Domaine Vinsmoselle Crémant Poll-Fabaire Cuvée Pinot Blanc Brut Luxembourg Moselle 2013 Bronze
Caldirola Corte Carista Prosecco Italy Veneto NV Bronze
Cantine Vitevis Romeo Italy Veneto NV Bronze
Martini & Rossi Prosecco Martini Italy Piedmont NV Bronze
Domaine Vinsmoselle Crémant Poll-Fabaire Cuvée Brut Luxembourg 2013 Bronze
Domaine Vinsmoselle Crémant Poll-Fabaire Cuvée Chardonnay Brut Luxembourg 2013 Bronze
£15-£20
Carpenè Malvoti Spa 1868 Extra Dry Italy Veneto 2015 Silver
Scavi & Ray Scavi & Ray Prosecco Momento D’Oro Superiore Valdobbiadene DOCG Italy Veneto 2015 Bronze
Masottina Prosecco Extra Dry DOC Treviso Valdobbiadene Italy Conegliano NV Bronze
£20-£30
Masottina Le Rive di Ogliano Extra Dry Valdobbiadene Italy Conegliano 2015 Gold

White: sparkling sweet – over 18g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Togni Rocca dei Forti Le Cuvée, Moscato Italy Piedmont NV Bronze
Törley Torley Fortuna Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
Törley Hungaria Israi Olivér Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
Martini & Rossi Asti Martini Italy Piedmont NV Bronze

Rosé: sparkling brut – up to 12g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Viña La Rosa Sparkling Wine Rosé Brut Chile Cachapoal 2014 Silver
Nashik Zampa Soirée Rosé Brut India Maharashtra 2014 Silver
Louis Bouillot Perle d’Aurore France Burgundy NV Silver
Cavit Lunetta Rosé Italy Trentino NV Silver
Törley Francois Rosé brut nature Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
Viña Cono Sur Sparkling Rosé Chile Bio-Bio NV Bronze
Miguel Torres Estelado Rosé Chile Secano Interior NV Bronze
Cantina della Volta Lambrusco Rosé di Modena DOC Italy Modena 2011 Bronze
Valdivieso Valdivieso Brut Rosé Chile Casablanca & Bio-Bio NV Bronze
£10-£15
Cavit Altemasi Trento DOC Rosé Brut Italy Trentino NV Gold
Viña Undurraga Undurraga Rosé Royal Chile Leyda Valley NV Silver
Edoardo Miroglio EM Brut Rosé PDO Bulgaria Nouazagora 2011 Silver
Freixenet Torre del Gall Spain Barcelona NV Bronze
The Haciendas Company Marqués de la Concordia MM Reserva de Familia Brut Rosé Spain Catalonia 2012 Bronze
Kessler Sekt Kessler Hochgewachs Rosé Pinot & Chardonnay Brut Germany Trentino NV Bronze
£15-£20
Moulin de Gassac Mas De Daumas Gassac Rosé Frizant France Herault 2015 Bronze
Llopart Llopart Rosé Reserva Brut Spain Cava 2013 Bronze
Trius Winery Trius Brut Rosé Canada Niagara Peninsula NV Bronze
Cloudy Bay Pelorus Rosé New Zealand Marlborough NV Silver
£20-£30
Berlucchi 61 Franciacorta DOCG Rosé Italy Franciacorta NV Silver
Castello di Querceto François IIeme Italy Tuscany NV Bronze
£30-£50
Champagne de Saint Gall Brut Rosé Glam France Champagne 2009 Gold
Hoffmann & Rathbone Rosé Résérve England Sussex 2011 Silver
Champagne de Saint Gall Brut Rosé France Champagne 2009 Silver
Over £50
Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé France Champagne NV Gold

Rosé: sparkling extra dry – 12-17g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Törley Hungaria Rosé Extra Dry Hungary Etyek-Buda NV Bronze
£10-£15
Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot Noir Australia Adelaide Hills 2016 Bronze
Campo Viejo Gran Campo Viejo Cava Brut Rosé Spain Rioja NV Bronze
Domaine Vinsmoselle Crémant Poll-Fabaire Cuvée Rosé Brut Luxembourg Luxembourg Moselle 2014 Bronze
£15-£20
Zonin 1821 Rosamaro Italy Puglia NV Bronze

Rosé: sparkling sweet – over 18g/l

Company Wine Name Region Country Vintage Medal
Under £10
Felix Solis Avantis Prospero Rosé Spain Castilla –La Mancha NV Bronze
Abbazia di San Gaudenzio Abbazia Fiorino Blush Moscato Spumante Italy Piedmont NV Bronze

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