Sparkling wine of excellent quality and value is produced all over the world, offering a serious regional alternative to champagne. Mas Macia and Conde de Caralt both produced excellent Cava fom Penedes, Spain. Spumante and Frizzante Prosecco are sourced from Ca’ Morlin in Trentino, Italy; both full of vibrant fruit. Cremants are bottled at a lower pressure and provide a deliciously drinkable option. Cremant de Loire from Aureous, Cremant de Bourgogne from Aladame, Creamant d’ Alsace from Sorg, Cremant de Limoux from Antech are all excellent example of their type. From Australia comes the amazing Great Western Brut offering such value; in the Victorian Pyrenees Taltarni produce Brut Tache with few rivals of its quality. Cloudy Bay’s Pelorous is always well received by consumers and critics alike!