9 Tasty & Inexpensive Sparkling Wines To Order Right Now

9 Tasty & Inexpensive Sparkling Wines To Order Right Now

In this article, we’ll be looking at 9 tasty and inexpensive sparkling wine to order right now. Due to the COVID -19 lockdown across the globe. The government of various nations have declared a complete low down of all activities. While the lockdown is still ongoing across the globe, here is a list of 9 tasty and inexpensive sparkling wines to order right now during the lockdown.

Dominio Del Rey Brut and Rose, Spain

Dominio Del Rey Wine provides a rich and timeless taste. It is produced in small batches from grapes grown in the Valdepenas hardy terrain in Spain. Known for its heritage and progressiveness. Wine is an elegant effervescent wine which is designed specifically for hotter climates.


Casablanca Vino Spumante, India


A relatively new entrant to the Indian wine market, Casablanca does a Prosecco-style sparkling wine, and it’s great for the price. It might be a little difficult to find in shops, but a lot of restaurants have started stocking it. Go by the glass if you don’t want to buy the whole bottle!

Tasting Notes: Deliciously fruity on the nose, with a dominant kiwi aroma. Youthful and refreshing, with a punch of acidity. Very light-bodied, it makes for really easy drinking.


Zampa Soirée Brut, India


Grover Zampa Vineyards is creating some fantastic wines, and their sparkling wine, “Soiree”, is no exception. Moderately priced, and offering exceptional quality, this is a wine you want to try.

Tasting Notes:  Prominent aromas include toasted brioche, fresh-cut grass, and lemon zest. Crisp and bright to taste, with the right amount of acidity, and consistent, tiny bubbles. Pro tip: that’s one way to tell if you’re having good bubbly – lots of really small bubbles that don’t stop until the glass is empty.

Fratelli Gran Cuvee Brut, India


Fratelli has a reputation for producing high-quality wines with consistency, and this sparkling wine is no exception. According to the Sommelier India magazine, “Gran Cuvée” translates to “best white wine (or blend) of the house,” which means a lot since Fratelli’s other whites are of stellar quality as well.

Tasting Notes: Living up to their reputation, this bottle gives a powerful, premium vibe. The aromas are correspondingly rich, with more focus on oak than fruitiness with definite hints of pear, passion fruit, and honeydew.  On the palate, is a burst of acidity, which quickly fades, but leaves you craving another sip. Fratelli shines with quality once again, with consistently minuscule bubbles that taste delicious.

York Sparkling Cuvee Brut, India


One of the most underrated sparkling wines currently on the market, from one of the most underrated producers. This wine has a lot to say – and it’s worth giving it a try.

Tasting notes: It boasts a rich fruitiness, even more so than the prosecco-style, with aromas like raw mango and pineapple among other tropical fruits. Perfectly balanced and off-dry, you will have a lot of fun drinking this wine.

Chandon Brut / Brut Rosé, India


The name Chandon has been synonymous with bubbly wine for decades. They came to India just recently, entering the market with a bang. Their Brut uses 2/3rds of the traditional Champagne blend (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) while bringing out the best in India’s favourite white grape (Chenin Blanc).

The Brut Rosé goes another step and balances out the aggressive Shiraz with the beautifully mellow Pinot Noir. You won’t find another wine like it anywhere around.

French wines are often restrained and shy and take some time to show their full character. This wine seems to take its French connection with Chandon and Champagne seriously because it does the same thing. The wine will continue to improve by the time you reach the last glass – and that’s always a good sign.

Tasting Notes:

Brut – Smoke, hay,  and mellow citrus on the nose at first, but opens up to ripe fruit and buttery toastiness with time. Powerful acidity, and quite dry, but finishes with a beautiful, sweet aftertaste.

Brut Rosé – Much fresher than the Brut, but equally restrained. With time, aromas like cherries, red roses, and plum start to come out but mixed with the toastiness of oak ageing. Subtle on the palate, with medium acid. The light tannins from the Pinot Noir elevate it to another level.

Sula Brut, India


Sula Brut is very different from its Seco counterpart. By the look of the bottle itself, you would think it’s a more serious, down-to-business kind of wine. And you’d be right. It’s one of the few Champagne-style wines that use a five-grape blend, and the result is a very complex, diverse, and sometimes confusing tasting experience.

Tasting Notes: On one hand, it screams of warm, tropical aromas like pineapple and ripe mango, while on the other, it has crisper, stone-fruit aromas like peach, lychee, and apricot. The oak ageing is evident, with the signature woodfire and toasty aromas. With refreshing and persistent acidity and a decent quality of bubbles, it’s a very smooth wine to drink.

Piccini Prosecco Extra Dry, Italy


This is the real deal of Prosecco. It’s the perfect wine to go with any occasion, and any kind of food. While it’s best served as antipasti (the food just before the pasta), it’s versatile enough to be had with other courses, or even by itself.

And let’s be honest, who needs an excuse to open a bottle of Prosecco?

Tasting Notes: Openly floral and fruity on the nose, with aromas of tulips, apples, peaches, and citrus. Acidic without being tart, and well balanced overall, this wine isn’t just bubbly in the literal sense – it’s youthful and full of life and is practically bursting with its personality.

Mateus Sparkling Brut Rosé, Portugal


Ah, Mateus. Portugal isn’t the first name you think of when you say “wine country”, but the quality of their wines will surprise you. Arguably the best sparkling wine on this list, Mateus is a well-known producer of Rosé, and they have upheld their reputation with this wine.

If you are not a wine drinker, try this wine. It will probably convert you. It’s dirt cheap in Europe (€4, which is less than 300 INR), and living proof that cheap wine is not necessarily a bad one.

Tasting Notes: Mateus is known for its extraordinarily balanced wines. Having seen some oak ageing, this wine has a distinctly pleasant toasty aroma, which complements the aroma of fresh strawberries, cherries, and raspberries.

Just the right amount of acidity, and a delightfully creamy finish. Pairs best with salmon, either smoked or grilled, but does admirably well with several foods, including as an aperitif, with a salad, or by itself.

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