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- The ‘King of Prosecco’ dedicated his special fizz to Angels, because your feedback inspires him every day.
- Crisper and creamier than Cava, with a softer fizz than Champagne, this luxury drop has all the melt-in-the-mouth quality you’d expect from a world-famous winemaker.
- It’s full of fruit and delicate refreshing bubbles. Perfect for parties, weddings, or just making your Friday night fish and chip supper sing.
- There’s no doubt that Paolo is a bit of a genius when it comes to working with bubbles, and this lightly sparkling delight is proof if ever you needed it.
- It's Frizzante, which means rather than a full on bubble blow out we're talking lightly sparkling, in other words a nice soft tingle on the tongue, with all the delicious flavours of a juicy punnet of strawberries.
- Paolo's packed this Frizzante into a screwcap, 'There's no faffing about with corks, these bubbles come in a screw cap bottle, preserving those light bubbles perfectly'. This is the perfect aperitif. Hell, it's perfect anytime, anywhere, anyplace.
- Paolo Sacchetto is the indisputable King of Prosecco - he's the winemaker behind some of our top-rated, Angel favourite bubbles and he's got a brand new sparkling pink number to add to the high achieving ranks.
- He's been listening carefully to your comments and requests, going back to the drawing board to make his Angels this delightfully fresh and exceptionally bright Rose Prosecco.
- Using a classy combo of Pinot Noir and the classic Glera grapes he uses in the Prosecco we all know and love, Paolo has made a super elegant, pale pink Prosecco. With fresh summer berries and redcurrants on the nose and flavours of dried raspberries and crisp apples, it's a must-have sparkler for those who love to indulge in a bottle of bubbles.
- Crémant is France’s best kept sparkling wine secret. It’s made using the same posh grapes as Champagne, with the same traditional method. The only difference is the location… and in Ben’s case, we’re talking about none other than super-smart Burgundy so you’re in good hands!
- Ben has named his first ever sparkling wine ‘Vigneron’s Wife’, after his beloved wife (and Crémant fanatic) Kat. She has been there through it all, from his first year at Naked when he scrambled together 12,000 bottles, to today, with Angels getting through over a million a year!
- More refined than Prosecco and more approachable than Champagne. It’s a classy, bubbly delight just like Mrs Darnault herself - and a wine that’s truly been made with love.
- Limoux is a legendary spot for crafting sparkling wines. In fact, it's where the "bottle fermentation" process (that we now know as "Méthode Traditionnelle") was first discovered. That makes it the first sparkling wine made in France... step aside Champers.
- This very unique Crémant proves the immense quality of Limoux sparkling wine. It combines Chardonnay, Chenin and Mauzac (a grape native to the area), to create a fabulous structure and minerality. It's incredibly distinctive and brimming over with style.
- Francois and Baptiste pressed the grapes incredibly delicately to ensure not a drop of flavour was lost. This gives the wine a glorious pale yellow colour with delicate aromas of white flowers, juicy fruits and just a hint of honey. In the mouth it's suuuper fresh, combining ripe citrus flavours with creamy decadence.
- Paolo has long been known at Naked as the King of Prosecco and the 2020 vintage of his Prosecco Superiore proves that case and point. It's so good that it had BBC Good Food's Henry Jeffreys wondering whether 'This might be the best prosecco I have ever tasted'. How's that for "Superiore"!
- This is the really top shelf fizz that usually doesn't even leave the country, but you can get your hands on it thanks to our special relationship with Paolo.
- Full of crisp apples, fresh pear and zippy citrus, bubbles this tasty don't even require a special occasion. Stick this in the fridge and pop a bottle just because the sun is shining.
- Paolo Sacchetto is a minor genius when it comes to working with bubbles, as you'll work out from the very first mouthful of this light fizzy delight.
- It's Frizzante, which means rather than a full bubble blow out we're talking lightly sparkling, in other words a nice soft tingle on the tongue. Paolo's packed this Frizzante into a screwcap, 'There's no faffing about with corks, these bubbles come in a screw cap bottle, preserving those light bubbles perfectly'
- It’s fresh, fruity and dangerously easy to drink... and at this price, you don't have to feel guilty popping a bottle open on a Monday night.
- Great news for rose Champagne fans... a bonafide legend has crafted this sublime drop exclusively for you.
- With tiny bubbles that gently caress your tongue, leaving just the subtlest hint of mouth-watering strawberries... it'll give even the most famous rose Champagne in the world a run for their money.
- JP says it'll be simply divine with smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.
Provence superstar Julian Faulkner has turned some of his priceless grapes into a delicious sparkling rosé just for you.
Old French rules mean wines like this hardly ever get made. Most winemakers in Provence don’t make sparkling wine, because if you do you can’t use the prestigious Provence nametag. But Julian knows better than to let bureaucracy get in the way of a good wine…
Julian’s rare Sparkling Rosé IGP Mediterranée is the perfect marriage of two summer styles. Close your eyes and you’ll think you’re smelling a delicious Provence Rosé full of fresh juicy strawberry aromas. But when you sip, the mouthfeel is of a classy and refined fizz. Soft, smooth and rounded, with all the flavour and crunch of elegant red fruit, notes of peach, then that lift and spritz from the super-fine bubbles. It’s dry, fruity and very sophisticated.
- With a top draw parcel of Pinot Noir grapes in hand, our Ben Darnault had a light bulb moment. These were the perfect grapes to make his Angels a brand new, premium Cremant Rose to add some well deserved jubilance to your wine racks.
- Cremant de Bourgogne is produced in Burgundy, just south of its famous bubbly big sister, Champagne. It may not have the famous title but Cremant certainly shares the luxurious depth of flavour - especially when you've got a winemaker like Ben at the helm with plenty of premium Pinot Noir grapes at his disposal.
- This is Ben's first Cremant Rose and it certainly doesn't disappoint. Full of creamy raspberry flavours, ripe summer strawberries, and a delightfully refined freshness and length, this is a bottle of fizz to savour... you'll definitely have difficulty sharing.