Sparkling wines are great summer refreshing wine. Whether you are drinking as an aperitif or accompanied by pasta, light seafood or salads, their bubbles tickling you in mouth asking for more and even better is a flavour that leaves in your mouth after you drink it. They have a small percentage of alcohol between 10 and 12% and should be drinking well-chilled.
Kabola / dry - 12,5% alc - 0,75 l / West-Istrian Vineyards
Veralda / dry - 13% alc - 0,75 l / West-Istrian Vineyards
Tomac / dry - 12,5% alc - 0,75 l / West continental Croatia - Plesivica Vineyards
Moretti Polegato / Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. / dry - 11% alc - 0,75 l
Brut Imperial / dry - 12% alc - 0,75 l
Champagne, his name comes from the French region of Champagne, and today this name is reserved only for sparkling wines from that province. It can be served as an aperitif, as well along the appetiser and the dessert. It is perfect along mussels and fish in a light sauce, baked or lightly seasoned white meat and fresh fruit salads that are not sweet.