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We’re so sick of Champagne... said none of us EVER! But seriously, how can you get sick of something that celebrates life’s best moments, toasts to new beginnings, and makes a gloomy day shine bright. We’re not just talking about Champagne though, all bubbly wine make jump with joy. That’s why we’re bringing you a selection of some of our favourites, from Burgundy to Penèdes, Veneto to Tasmania. This gang brings the party, no matter the occassion. 

Sparkling
Champagne
Champagne

Champagne Jacquart Mosaique Signature Brut NV
Citrus
Brioche
Pear
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Decanter
Decanter 2020
Sakura Women's Wine Awards 2021
Mundus Vini 2020

About 24 months ago, right in the midst of those long lockdowns, we got our hands on some spectacular Champagne on a ridiculous deal. It turned out to be the best selling (and most reordered) Champagne in Vinomofo’s history. This time around, we’re levelling up. This comes from the same producer and is the same blend as before. The difference, one that matters greatly, is that this one has a lengthy five years of ageing on lees. That’s more time to develop texture, complexity, mouthfeel and length. So you get the expected flavours of green apple, lemon peel and fresh lime, but then you layer upon that brioche, almond and minerality. The wine is full on the palate with a vibrant mousse and refreshing acidity to finish. We expect that this Champagne will fly out the door, so best not to miss out.

You'd pay $85.00 full price

Sparkling
Sparkling White
Burgundy

Victorine de Chastenay Crémant de Bourgogne Extra Brut Millésimé 2014
Citrus
Toast
Minerally
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate

If you’re looking for the texture, toastiness and bright citrus notes of Champagne without the big hit to your wallet, then look no further than Crémant de Bourgogne. It’s made in the traditional method and leans heavily on the same varieties used in Champagne. This one from Victorine de Chastenay is a vintage Extra Brut (meaning quite dry) made mostly from pinot noir with smaller percentages of aligoté, chardonnay and gamay. It’s lemony, quite creamy and a bit chalky with notes of nectarine, orange blossom, apricot and honey. There’s complexity in droves and the dryness of the wine makes it a perfect aperitif or pairing with oysters.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Sparkling
Prosecco
Prosecco DOC

Bortolomiol Ius Naturae Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut Millesimato 2021
Honey
Citrus
Almond
Medium-bodied
Bright
Refined
Decanter World Wine Awards 2021
Decanter World Wine Awards 2021
Doctor Wine
Wine Enthusiast
4.1 Vivino (All Vintages)

The days of ‘I’ll just have a Prosecco’ are in the past. There’s some seriously complex (and yes, still delicious and refreshing) bubbles coming out of the famous Northern Italian region. It’s with extreme excitement that we introduce you to the wines of Bortolomiol. The winery is run by Ottavia Bortolomiol alongside her daughters Maria Elena, Elvira, Luisa and Giuliana. It’s absolutely a family affair with a focus on creating world class sparkling wines in a sustainable manner. What they are doing is so impressive, they were recently included in a Prosecco masterclass at Vue de Monde hosted by none other than Tyson Stelzer, Australia’s top sparkling wine critic. So forget what you know about Prosecco and get on board with the new wave of exceptionalism. The Ius Naturae (‘natural law’ in Italian) is, as you might have guessed, the organically certified sibling of the Bortolomiol range. This brut style is refreshingly crisp while retaining its fruit purity. There’s an intense note of red gala apples, followed by a grassy tang and zingy lemon sherbet glow. This steps up in a big way, speaking proudly on behalf of the Prosecco family.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Sparkling
Sparkling White
Burgundy

Maison Montgermont Cremont de Bourgogne Blanc de Noir
Minerally
Strawberry
Blueberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate

It’s fair to say that this represents incredible value. Crémant de Bourgogne is always made in the traditional method of Champagne and this example, a Blanc de Noir, is mostly pinot noir with some gamay included. It’s quite complex with a nose of strawberry, blueberry and toasted almonds. There’s some fleshiness (think red berries) on the palate and the finish is dry and cleansing. If you’re trying to toe the line between serious and casual with your bubbles, this’ll fit that mould perfectly.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Sparkling
Sparkling White
Cava

Privat Brut Nature Reserva Chardonnay 2019
Pineapple
Almond
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Certified Organic
New to the 'Fo

When the cava arrives, you know it’s time to party like it’s 1999. We get pretty serious about bubbles around here, so when we find a new producer to work with, you know we’re over here celebrating (with a glass of their sparkling goodness, of course). This one from the organic producer Privat is a little rarer than your average. It’s made with 100% chardonnay as a little nod to a blanc de blancs style- and it delivers on the promise. It is looking uber fresh and fine with citrus notes at the forefront. But there’s no denying that chardy gives this bad bottle of bubbles touches of rich, nutty, toasty notes that are oh-so moreish. Find the occassion, and bust open the sparkling!

You'd pay $45.00 full price

Sparkling
Sparkling Rosé
Tasmania

Taltarni Taché Sparkling Rosé 2014
Yeasty
Citrus
Rose Petal
Medium-bodied
Crisp
Elegant
Australian Sparkling Wine Show
Australian Sparkling Wine Show
CWSA
Japan Wine Challenge
Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

Do you like pink? Do you like bubbles? Do you like tradition? Do you like methods? Well, this mofo has it all, friend! This is an absolutely stunning example of Champagne-method Tasmanian sparkling. The lifted fruit, crisp acid, and fine-bead mousse make you feel like you’ve just walked out of Paris’s Café Joyeux Champs-Élysées and straight onto Monaco’s Boulevard Albert 1st. Too pretentious for you? Don’t be dissuaded; this stunner has the all-rustic charm from its old vineyard, plus lees and oak to give it an excellent toasty complexity. Outstanding. You know it’s good because that’s what everyone at the ‘Fo will be drinking this summer.

You'd pay $28.00 full price