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Australian Sparkling Wine

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Welcome to our premier selection of Australian Sparkling Wines, the perfect addition to any celebration. From effervescent Chardonnay to vibrant Pinot Noir blends, each bottle offers a burst of exquisite flavors. Experience the finesse of Australia's finest vineyards with these sparkling delights. Shop now to elevate your special occasions with the luxurious effervescence of Australian Sparkling Wine. Ideal for toasting to life's most memorable moments.





  • Plus & Minus Prosecco

    $10.99 $11.54
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  • Plus & Minus Blanc de Blancs

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    $10.99 $11.54
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  • Tread Softly Prosecco

    $12.50 $13.13
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  • 42 Degrees South Premier Cuvée Sparkling NV

    $33.99
    or $32.29 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Pete's Pure Prosecco

    $13.50
    or $12.83 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Howard Vineyard Sparkling Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2023

    $27.50
    or $26.13 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • First Creek Botanica Cuvée Sparkling NV

    $17.00
    or $16.15 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • The Hero Preservative Free Blanc de Blancs

    $13.99 $14.69
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  • Farm Hand Blanc de Blancs

    $13.75
    or $13.06 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Helen's Hill 'Roma's Grace' Sparkling Blanc de Blanc 2018

    $40.17
    or $38.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dunes & Greene Chardonnay Pinot Noir 200ml NV

    $4.98
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  • Lark Hill Regional Roxanne' Pet Nat NV

    $27.99
    or $26.59 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Dunes & Greene Split Pick Moscato 200ml NV

    $4.98
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  • Whistler Wines ‘Fruit Tingle’ Frizzante 2022

    $24.99
    or $23.74 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • La Maschera Prosecco 2022

    $22.49
    or $21.37 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Angas Premium Moscato NV

    $13.53
    or $12.86 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Angas Brut Premium Cuvée NV

    $13.53
    or $12.86 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mr. Mick Gela' Sparkling Cuvée Brut NV

    $17.33
    or $16.47 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Tar & Rosés Prosecco NV

    $24.99
    or $23.74 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Frogmore Creek Cuvée Sparkling 2019

    $43.99
    or $41.79 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • La La Land Prosecco NV

    $16.32
    or $15.50 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Ingram Road En Vie Sparkling Blanc de Noir

    $24.08
    or $22.88 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Zonte's Footstep 'Bolle Felici' Prosecco NV

    $25.33
    or $24.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Lark Hill Regional Blanc de Blanc' NV

    $30.99
    or $29.44 in case of 12 bottles.
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Australian Sparkling Wine captures the essence of the country’s varied winemaking regions, each contributing unique characteristics to these effervescent creations. Tasmania, renowned for its cool climate, is particularly noted for producing sparkling wines with crisp acidity and complex flavors, often compared to the prestigious sparklings of Champagne. Similarly, regions like Australian Sparkling Wine captures the essence of the country’s varied winemaking regions, each contributing unique characteristics to these effervescent creations. Tasmania, renowned for its cool climate, is particularly noted for producing sparkling wines with crisp acidity and complex flavors, often compared to the prestigious sparklings of Champagne. Similarly, regions like the Yarra Valley and Adelaide Hills also excel in this category, leveraging their cooler temperatures to produce sparkling wines with delicate fruit notes and refined bubbles. These wines typically undergo the traditional méthode champenoise, the same method used in Champagne, which involves a secondary fermentation in the bottle to achieve their sparkle. This process contributes to the depth and complexity for which Australian Sparkling Wines are celebrated. With a diverse range of styles from the light and fruity to the rich and toasty, these sparkling wines offer a sophisticated option for any palate, making them a favorite for celebrations and everyday enjoyment alike. Their growing popularity underscores Australia's rising reputation as a producer of world-class sparkling wines. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Australian Sparkling Wine?

Australian Sparkling Wine is a category of wine that incorporates various grape varieties fermented to produce bubbles, creating a lively and effervescent beverage. This type of wine is made using either the traditional method, similar to that used in Champagne (méthode champenoise), or the Charmat method, where secondary fermentation occurs in large tanks, making the production process faster and often more cost-effective. The traditional method is particularly revered for adding complexity and depth to the wine through extended contact with yeast lees. Australian Sparkling Wines can range from very dry ('brut') to sweet ('doux'), encompassing a wide flavor spectrum from crisp and fruity to rich and creamy. Common grape varieties used include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier, but some producers also experiment with Shiraz and other local grapes to introduce unique characteristics to their sparklings. These wines are celebrated not only for their quality and versatility but also for reflecting the distinctive terroir of their regions, with cool climate areas particularly excelling in producing finely structured sparklings that rival some of the best in the world.

Which wine regions make the best Australian Sparkling Wine?

In Australia, several regions are particularly famed for their Sparkling Wines, thanks to their cool climates and ideal soil conditions. Tasmania is at the forefront, renowned for producing premium Sparkling Wines that are often compared to the great Champagnes of France. This island state benefits from a cooler maritime climate, which is perfect for growing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes that form the backbone of high-quality sparkling wines. The resulting wines are celebrated for their crisp acidity and depth of flavor. Another significant region is the Yarra Valley in Victoria, where cooler temperatures and varied altitudes and soils allow winemakers to produce elegant and complex Sparkling Wines. Adelaide Hills is also notable for its contribution to the Sparkling Wine market, leveraging its cool climate to produce expressive and refined wines. These regions, among others, utilize traditional winemaking techniques combined with innovative approaches to enhance the quality and distinctiveness of their Sparkling Wines, helping to cement Australia’s reputation as a producer of world-class sparklings.

What are the most popular Australian Sparkling Wines?

Among the most celebrated Australian Sparkling Wines are those produced by renowned wineries like House of Arras from Tasmania, which is highly acclaimed for its exceptional quality and complexity. House of Arras has earned numerous awards and is considered a benchmark for Australian Sparkling Wines. Its wines, crafted by master winemaker Ed Carr, are known for their longevity and sophisticated blend of flavors. Another popular brand is Chandon Australia, a venture by Moët & Chandon, located in the Yarra Valley. This winery combines French Champagne traditions with local expertise to create superb Sparkling Wines that are both refined and accessible. Additionally, Jansz, also from Tasmania, specializes in Sparkling Wine, producing elegant wines that showcase the premium quality achievable in this cool climate region.

What are the best value Australian Sparkling Wines?

For those seeking quality without the high price tag, several Australian wineries offer excellent value in Sparkling Wines. Brands like Seppelt, Jacob’s Creek, and Yellowglen provide options that are affordable yet maintain a high standard, making them ideal for everyday celebrations. These wines typically use efficient production methods and source grapes from broader regions to keep costs down, while still delivering freshness and flavor that make Sparkling Wine enjoyable.

What are the foods best paired with Australian Sparkling Wine?

Australian Sparkling Wine is incredibly versatile when it comes to food pairings, capable of complementing a wide range of dishes. Its effervescence makes it a perfect match for fatty and salty foods, as the bubbles help cleanse the palate. Classic pairings include oysters and other shellfish, which harmonize beautifully with the crispness of the wine. Sparkling Wine also pairs well with creamy sauces and cheeses, as the acidity cuts through the richness. For those enjoying a sweet Sparkling Wine, pairing with fruit-based desserts can enhance both the wine and the food. Moreover, the wine's versatility extends to spicy cuisines, such as Thai or Indian, where the sweetness and bubbles can offset the heat, providing a refreshing contrast. This makes Australian Sparkling Wine a suitable choice for a variety of dining occasions, from formal meals to casual gatherings.