Bubbles Galore!

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Festive, bright bubbles - we’ve got a ton of ‘em, in white, red and rosé! (Psst, see the full beautiful collection here!)

Veuve Ambal Cremant de Burgogne ($12)
Light & bubbly like Champagne, but without the price tag.

Dibon Cava Brut Reserve ($13)
A balanced, dry Cava with good bubbles and a decent kick

Henry Varnay Blanc de Blancs Brut ($14)
Vibrant melons and hints of toast.

Castillo Perelada, Cava Brut Reserva ($14)
Zippy citrus with a crisp, biscuity ending. BTW - This one comes in a fun half bottle size too!

Zardetto Prosecco Private Cuvée ($14)
It’s pretty much always a good time for this delicious prosecco.

Domaine Saint Vincent Rosé ($16)
Pink bubbles with berry flavors and a sparkly finish.

Paris Rocchi Vernaccia Nera Secco Spumante – San Ginesio ($17)
Bubbly and fresh. A little sweet and a lot of fun.

Lini 910 Lambrusca Rosé ($18)
Pretty in pink floral and fresh cherry bubbles.

Lini 910 Lambrusca Rosso ($18)
Bold, deep raspberry on a dry, bubbly finish

Gruet Blanc de Blanc Silver Label ($18)
Dry, dry, dry. Like British comedy.

Sumarroca Ya Cuvee 23 Brut Reserva Cava ($18)
Toast with peach and apricot compote on a crisp, fall morning.

Domaine Collin, Crémant de Limoux ($18)
Very dry with good minerality and a hint of cream.

Francis Ford Coppola Sofia Mini Blanc de Blanc 4 Pack ($20)
Boundless bubbles, picnic-ready.

Villa di Corlo Lambrusco Sorbara - Primevo ($20)
Cassis and raspberry notes with toasty herbs and slight bubbles.

TreCase Prosecco ($21)
Perfect crisp Prosecco: fizzy apples and melon.

Raventos i Blanc Conca Del Riu Anoia Brut L’Hereu ($23)
This is the ideal brunch bubbly - structured, bright & complex.

Raventos i Blanc “De Nit” Rose Cava ($26)
One of our favorite cavas with layer upon layer of red fruit.

Contadi Castaldi, Franciacorta Brut ($28)
Bright apple, citrus, and a tiny bit of chalk.

Duc de Romet Champagne “Prestige” Brut ($36)
A bowl of fruit, on a rainy night in Paris.

Pehu-Simonet Champagne ‘Selection’ Brut ($52)
Sumptuous and savory, like a black grape.

Mousse & Fils Champagne Brut ‘Noire Reserve’ ($52)
Soft, creamy and dainty with dried flowers and pears.

Pol Roger Champagne Brut ($52)
Elegant, refined and balanced: a royal family favorite. (Churchill loved it too!)

Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve ($55)
Fresh, delicate and bubbly, like French pop music.

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label ($57)
The one, the only: Veuve. Bubbly, dry and always appropriate.

Billecart-Salmon Rose Champagne Brut Reserve ($85)
This 1999 “Champagne of the Millennium” has a pale pink hue, raspberry notes and a festive finish.