The thriving sparkling wine category is an example of how adventurous Irish wine lovers have become over the last decade. The prosecco revolution created a demand for well-priced everyday sparkling wine that encouraged Irish wine lovers to explore further than Champagne to Spain’s delicious cava and New World sparklers. It also opened up Crémant, French sparkling wines made using Champagne techniques, but with regional grapes. This is a brilliant, zesty, lip-smacking charmer made from five...
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