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Sip, sip hooray!

Sip, sip hooray!

Sip, sip hooray! 2000 1333 The Editor

If there’s ever a day to celebrate Champagne and all things bubbly, it has to be New Years’ Eve! We all know for it to be called Champagne it has to be produced in the Champagne region of northern France. However, with the offering of something bubbly changing so much over the past 15 years, and the increasing popularity of Prosecco, along with people wanting to try something new, we thought we’d share some locally-produced sparkling wines to toast in 2020.

Adgestone Vineyard

Make your midnight toast a little more special and stun your guests with Something Blue. This unique blue sparkling Cuvee is produced near Sandown on the eastern side of the Island. Head to their online shop and order a bottle… or two!

Rosemary Vineyard

This pretty little Vineyard produces three effervescent wines.

Sparkling Brut
This traditionally produced sparkling wine is particularly quaffable and perfect for all special occasions.

​Sparkling Rose Brut
Sometimes only a ‘pink’ wine will do. Buy a couple of bottles of this crisp, light wine and say cheers to the new year!

Sparkling Elderflower Wine
Fancy something a little floral? Have you tried elderflower wine? It makes a great alternative to traditional sparkling wines with its light fresh flowery flavour.

Salut!






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Taste of the Wight is the Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink. Now in its fifth year, it has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island.

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