Sparkling Wines – Throughout History

Sparkling Wines – Throughout History The origin of sparkling wine dates back centuries, with its first written mention in France dating back to 1718, indicating its presence as early as 1695-1698. During that period, sparkling wine was widely consumed in England and was frequently mentioned by playwrights of the time. Even in English literature, we […]

Sparkling Wines – Throughout History Read More »

Sparkling Wines – Great Britain

Sparkling Wines – Great Britain Since the 1960s, England has been producing various types of sparkling wines. However, the first sparkling wines made in the UK from imported grapes are even older. It was in the 1980s when some English viticulturists began to cultivate the same grape varieties used in the Champagne region of France.

Sparkling Wines – Great Britain Read More »

Sparkling Wines – Other Eastern European Countries

History of Wine – Other Eastern European Countries During the Soviet Union era, a sparkling wine known as “Soviet Champagne” or “Sovetskoye Shampanskoye” was produced and known for being sweet. Today, this name is still used for sparkling wines produced in countries that were part of the Soviet Union, such as Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova,

Sparkling Wines – Other Eastern European Countries Read More »

Sparkling Wines – South Africa

Sparkling Wines – South Africa The term “Methode Cap Classique” (MCC) refers to sparkling wines produced in South Africa using the traditional method, which involves fermenting the wine in the bottle. In 1968, Simonsig Wine Estate in Stellenbosch was the first winery to produce sparkling wines using this method, which were released to the market

Sparkling Wines – South Africa Read More »

Carrito de compra0
There are no products in the cart!
Continue shopping