Prosecco Ca'Rosa

£14.75
A fabulously fun and fruity off-dry number, this classic Italian fizz has become adored by Latin lovers for its soft mousse, or bubbles. It offers...
This Crémant de Bourgogne is brilliantly gold in colour and reveals a fine stream of delicate bubbles. The nose is subtle with notes of lemon...

Prosecco Fizz Gift

£15.50
Totally impossible to go wrong here. Prosecco is the nation's darling sparkler and this is our most loved Prosecco. Ergo this is the best of...
Crisp, delicate and fine bubbled but with real character, complexity and subtle depths of flavour, this is a champagne that not only stands up to...

Crémant D'Alsace Paul Mittnacht

£15.00
Paul Mittnacht could’ve been anything he put his mind to. A great sportsman he might have played football for his local side Strasbourg, a gifted...
The balance of this Pinot Blanc wine will highlight the elegance and refinement of this exceptional terroir. Pretty string of bubbles accompanying its pronounced golden...
This crisp and fruity sparkling wine is a great alternative to Champagne. Pale yellow with golden hints, it expresses the freshness of the Loire with...

There is clearly one big boy on the block when it comes to fizz and that’s Champagne. Now, although he is a nice big boy, producing some of the most memorable, awe-inspiring sparkling wine on the planet, there is a whole world of fizz out there, waiting to be explored. Whether it’s for celebrating getting engaged, getting a 1:1, or just getting through Monday, there is a fizz for you here at Oddbins.

Sparkling wine comes in many different guises - it can range from semi-seco (sweet) to Brut Nature (bone-dry) - and is made in an almighty array of countries. Italy has Prosecco which is light and fruity, while Spain has Cava which is their answer to Champagne and is super food-friendly. Even Tasmania boasts a delicious fizz that we think could only have been made with divine help – Jansz.

Another of our favourites is Portuguese sparkling. The Pato family – Luis and his daughter Filipa – each hold their own when it comes to still winemaking, but my oh my do they produce some cracking fizz too. Luis’ mousse-y, lemony, chalky Metodo Antigo should have a licence to thrill, IMHO. One, two three… go!