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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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 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.
This refreshingly rich and fruity sparkling red was heaven sent for summer sipping. It’s got all the rich barbie-beating flavour of a classic still Aussie Shiraz, but with that added celebratory sparkle that shouts ‘drink me now’ whenever the sunshine calls your name.
On the palate it’s ripe and fruity, with generous flavours of black cherry, wild plum and blackcurrant, and delectable hints of clove and pepper spice. It’s all rounded out with a silky, opulent mouthfeel from ageing in posh French oak.
Leighton actually made this sparkling Shiraz from grapes that he planted with his dad almost 2 decades ago. It’s a wine that’s close to his heart, and he’s put his all into making it as delicious as possible. We definitely reckon he’s done his pops proud.
Charles and Ruth brought their renowned winemaking skills back to old Blighty and created this seriously classy sparkling, which they even let you name! Beora is the name of the Saxon Chief after whom the village of Barham is called.
This is teamwork at its finest, with the Simpsons expertly harvesting and pressing the grapes and Angels deciding the blend, name and label! Mark our words, this is just the start of their English wine adventure.
- This clean and vibrant sparkling boasts citrus flavours and a subtle toastiness and, just between us, a price tag that makes it an absolute steal!
- Pierre is part of a 10 generation strong family of winemakers. With years of tradition and experience making Champagne with grapes from his different family vineyards under his belt, Pierre has started experimenting with exciting new ways of producing that keeps the highly coveted Champagne terroir as no.1.
- Pierre's Premier Cru is fabulously refined and classy - and with good reason. He painstakingly selects an array of only the best grapes from his family vineyards before oh so gently pressing them. Treated with kid gloves from start to finish, Pierre makes sure than not an ounce of flavour is lost from these premium grapes.
- The results roll in in the form of one fabulously balanced Champagne, packed with mouthwatering roundness and fresh zesty orange flavours to make your eyes pop. In other words, this is a bottle of fizz you won't be forgetting in a hurry.
- Mouth-wateringly posh Blanc de Blanc Champagne is JP's speciality. He only uses the finest Chardonnay grapes in his super-crisp flagship bubbly... and you can taste the difference in every zippy sip.
- Elite winemakers like JP are a rare breed. For 20 years he's been quietly producing some of the most famous wines on the planet. To those in the know, the guy is a legend.
- And since he couldn't have done it without Angel support - you get cracking value for money. So you can afford to splash out on a posh seafood platter to savour alongside it. Divine.
A family dedicated to their craft, the Gazeaus have been making premium sparkling wines in Limoux for 7 generations. But the prestigious history of this wine, and this southern-French region, goes back a lot further than that…
Long before Champagne became the capital of French fizz, Blanquette de Limoux was the very first sparkling white wine created in France, way back in 1531. And if you’re a fan of its more famous cousin, you should definitely give these sparkles a try, it’s Champers-quality at a fraction of the price.
Made using the traditional local grape Mauzac, it’s an elegant, easy-drinking style of bubbly with delicious aromas of lemon citrus, white almonds and apple crumble that follow through on the palate in a clean, fresh finish. A perfect wine for celebrations big and small. All we can say is ‘Merci beaucoup, Francoise and Baptiste’.