Champagne may be the most famous of all sparkling wines, but investment and innovation in this area of vinification and production methods has resulted in a rapidly increasing diverse and extensive range from the more well known Prosecco, Asti Spumante and Cava to the up and coming Crémant and English sparkling.
Since its somewhat accidental invention in the late 1600s by a monk called Dom Pérignon, a name now synonymous with Champagne, adding bubbles and creating a sparkle truly revolutionised how wine was originally produced.
Recognised as the most popular wine with which to celebrate and with more corks popped at New Year than any other time of the year according to the Guild of Sommeliers, explore the different types of sparkling wines and how they vary according to grape, sugar content and production method with 22 Clifton’s resident expert.
Cost: Tickets are £55 including a glass of Prosecco on arrival, six different wines, an artisan platter (made to dietary requirements) and 10% discount on any bottles purchased from the shop during the evening. email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book now!