As true as it seems, this is likely to be the golden time for sparkling wines from Prosecco, Cava to other French sparkling wines. Undouebtedly, everyone can observe their increasing popularity and their being a kind of substitutes for Champagne with very affordable price. We are induced to introduce some sparkling wines under 700 Baht (20US$) you may want to consider buying for the celebration of upcoming greeting season. Let’s start with…
Valdobbiadene is basically the Beverly Hills of Prosecco production. Wines from this subregion tend to cost a few dollars more, but they are also, ideally, more elegant and polished. This one definitely is. $19.
Although the label simply offers a generalized “France” as the source of this soft, appealingly fruity wine, the grapes all come from the Loire Valley, a region well known for its sparkling wine values. Buy: $11 at wine.com.
If you think “Hill” doesn’t sound like a particularly Spanish name, you’d be right. This longtime Cava producer was founded by the English Hill family back in 1887. But the wine is classic Cava: full of bright lemon-lime notes and vigorous bubbles. $13.
Pinot Blanc and Pinot Auxerrois, both local to France’s cool Alsace region, make up this rich sparkler. Its flavor and aroma recall toffee and toast. $19.
Mionetto, one of the largest Prosecco producers, makes a number of different bottlings. Though this one isn’t the most expensive, its bold fruitiness and lightly minerally aroma made it our winner. Buy: $16 at wine.com.
Composed from the article published on http://www.foodandwine.com