As 2020 comes to a close, we’re all in the mood to celebrate with award-winning organic sparkling wines from Italy, Spain and Argentina! We’re delighted that Donna Sozio of Organic Authority, one of the leading experts in everything organic, placed four of our special sparklers on their list of Sparkling Wines Made With Organic Grapes.
From the article:
“As we say goodbye to what may have been the most challenging year of our lives, let’s count our blessings and celebrate our strengths by popping open one of these delicious sparkling wines made from organic grapes.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, 2020 has been an excellent year for sparkling wine, with data showing a significant uptick in sales. After all, with a year like the one we’ve just faced, every victory – down to freshening up for a Zoom call – needs to be celebrated.
We’ve rounded up award-winning sparklers from large brands to boutique wineries; from champagne splurges to excellent value sparklers. Any and all are guaranteed to thrill your palate.”
Our wines on the list include:
Pizzolato M*USE Prosecco Spumante, Glera, Prosecco DOC, Veneto, Italy, NV, $18
Organic producer Pizzolato hand picks grapes from the northern Italian countryside in Treviso for this bubbly. Using the Charmat method for effervescence, the wine boasts a refreshing acidity and a delicious harmony of notes including jasmine, beeswax, Bosc pear, and hazelnut.
Pizzolato “Paloma Rose” M*USE Spumante Rose Secco, Veneto, Italy, NV, $18
Hand picked from organic vineyards refreshed by the Piave River in northern Italy, Paloma Rose sparkling wine boasts aromas of almond, lemon, and ripe peaches with a satisfying aromatic finish. Silky and light, it delights the senses.
Tarantas Cava, DO Cava, Valencia, Spain, NV, $17
Discover why this sparkler is “One of the Year’s Best Wines of 2020” from Wine & Spirits. Crafted from Macabeo and Chardonnay grapes with a second fermentation in the bottle, it gently expresses complexity with delicious fruity and floral notes.
Inkarri Brut Sparkling, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina, NV, $16.99
Inkarri’s Biodynamic bubbly from Mendoza delights the senses with notes of white flowers and peaches with a refreshingly bright finish. The terroir shines through, says wine critic Robert Parker, extolling its “excellent purity.”