Chandon Sparkling Wine – Review

Adam Lowe

Here at Vada we love our bubbles. Prosecco, asti, cava and champagne – we’ll quaff the lot. But we’re always keen to try out something new from time to time.

Chandon Sparkling Wine is an Argentinian bubbly with an affordable price tag that makes a great alternative to the staples of champagne and prosecco. Since 1959, Chandon has drawn from its French heritage, using the exact same method as champagne, making for a delicious sparkling wine.

Produced by Moët & Chandon, Chandon Sparkling Wine has all the sass of champagne, but without the hefty price tag. The label announces notes of pineapple, peach and brioche which are subtle but there. The wine is crisp with a slight citrus tang and I actually prefer it to champagne proper, although your palate may vary.

Chandon comes in a classic brut or a fruity rosé, and is perfect in cocktails too.

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About Adam Lowe

Adam Lowe is an award-winning author, editor and publisher from Leeds, now based in Manchester. He runs Dog Horn Publishing and is Director and Writing Coordinator for Young Enigma, a writer development programme for LGBT young people. He sometimes performs as Beyonce Holes.

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