Stuck at the store right now and can’t decide? Here’s a quick overview of the sparkling we’ve tried:
|Wine||What It’s Like||Price|
|Korbel Extra Dry||Pear, Melon, Bright, Hint Sweet||$9.95|
|Charles de Fère Reserve Brut Blanc de Blancs||Tart, Round, Baked Apple, Dried Apricot||$9.95|
|Conde de Caralt Brut Cava||Lemon, Bubbly, Peach, Hint Sweet, Minerality||$8.99|
|Casa Sant’Orsola Asti||Sweet, Very Bubbly, Honey, Nectarine, Apple Peel||$9.99|
|Freixenet Brut Cava||Dry, Smooth, Apple, Yeast||$7.45|
|Barefoot Bubbly Brut Cuvée||Crisp, Clean, Lemon, Apple||$9.99|
|Rondel Brut Cava||Crisp, Clean, Very Fizzy, Pear, Toast||$7.99|
|You Can Do Better Tier|
|il Corigiano Extra Dry Prosecco||Apple, Stonefruit, Aggressively Bubbles||$7.99|
|Segura Viudas Brut Reserva||Rough, Aggressively Bubbly, Sharp, Tart||$6.45|
If you’re looking for a few more choices, we also have last year’s reviews up, but at a year out, the bottles may have changed a bit.
Need a quick refresher on Brut, Extra Dry, or Sweet? The sparkling sweetness guide has you covered.
Plus, a quick remind on how to open a bottle below the fold.