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How better to raise a glass to Easter than with some excellent sparkling wine? There's so many on the market and our Test Kitchen have tested the very best to bring you their list of the best Easter drinks.
Whether you like English sparkling, prosecco, rosé fizz or a classic Champagne, there's something here for you.
Best Easter drinks 2021
Maison de la Rougerie Brut Crémant de Bordeaux
This was a real corker. Not too sweet but not too dry. It had a deep peachy flavour that was really pleasing and incredibly moreish. De la Rougerie have been producing wines since the 17th Century and this one seems like a case of experience paying off!
Bio Organic Prosecco, Veneto, Italy
A great prosecco! The label says extra dry and it definitely is. It's a grown-up prosecco and not sweet like some of the supermarket varieties people might be used to and although it's organic, it isn't sulphite free. It's 11% but feels more alcoholic for some reason. A lovely way to toast Easter.
Aldi Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut NV
This is a great Champagne, especially for the price. It's been winning awards for years and this still tastes as good. It's a perfect way to toast Easter with the family, whether on zoom or in person. It's got great flavours of red berries and has a floral aroma.
Giol OG Treviso Prosecco Sur Lie
A lovely organic and vegan prosecco. Full of balanced flavour - not too sweet but not too dry. This is unfiltered and contains no added sulphites so it's a little cloudy but shouldn't leave you with a hangover!
Tesco Finest Prosecco Valdobbiadene
A totally fab fizz. Full of white fruit flavours, fine bubbles and a floral aroma. Would recommend it as a way to raise a glass to the Easter weekend. Also, at £10 a bottle it's a total steal.
Classics Crémant De Bourgogne
A delightful cremant that has proved popular with wine experts. Flavours of white fruits and redcurrants are easily noticeable. It feels like a real treat to be drinking it and it's only £10 a bottle.
Adrien Chopin Brut Champagne
This one is surprisingly from a supermarket - Morrison's. They've done a great job and it's a fantastic bottle of Champagne for its £18 price tag. It's matured for 3 years giving it a great flavour - noticeably brioche/pastry and it has a floral, citrussy aroma.
Swanaford Classic Cuvée
An English sparkling wine from a small family vineyard in Devon. Made using the classic Champagne grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. As expected it has a floral aroma, which is really pleasant. The flavour is reminiscent of crisp apples and citrus fruits.
Charles Mignon Comte De Marne Brut Grand Cru
Definitely a special way to celebrate Easter. Whilst this Champagne is £39.99, it feels like a bargain compared to some of the Champagnes with bigger names. Very smooth and a pleasure to drink.
Bouvet Saumur Rosé Brut
For anyone who loves rose Champagne, this is an absolute gem. It's a fraction of the price that its Champagne counterparts would sell for and it's just as delicious. Raspberry flavours are abundant and it's floral to the nose. It would be great as an aperitif or even with dessert as it's a slightly sweeter fizz.
Champagne Delacourt Brut
The tasting notes include brioche, vanilla, red apple & tangy peach - they're definitely right about the white fruits! The brioche flavour is a little trickier to find but there's a bread-y caramel-y flavour that is not dissimilar to the french treat. It's best served with fish or chicken so use it to make a toast to the long Easter weekend, or as an aperitif.
Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Rose Exclusive Brut
Nicolas Feuillatte are known for their great Champagnes and this rosé version is no different. If you like your Champagne dry then this may be slightly too sweet for you but rosé lovers will be in fizzy heaven. There are lots of berry flavours coming through - raspberry and strawberry in particular.
Morrisons The Best English Sparkling Brut Vintage 2010
Full of fruity aroma and flavour. You get a big hit of blackberry on the nose and it's full of red apple flavours - it's almost a bit like cider. A lovely English sparkling and one that would be great to see you through the Easter day.
Prosecco Il Fresco, Villa Sandi
This is a lovely prosecco which hits the mark for those who like it Medium Dry. It's not too sweet but sweet enough that it will likely please most prosecco drinkers. Would recommend!
Taste the Difference Conegliano Prosecco
It's clear to see why Sainsbury's have chosen this as their Taste The Difference prosecco. Fresh flavoured with a hint of white fruit and citrus. This would make a lovely aperitif.
Irresistible Eight Acres Sparkling Rose
This English sparkling rosé is a cracking drink. Berries on the nose with a fruity flavour. It's part of the Co-op's Irresistible range and is a new collaboration with the Hush Heat wine estate.
Finest Blanquette de Limoux
Something a little different: the oldest sparkling wine that was created by Benedictine monks. A white fruit and green apple flavour which would work great as an aperitif or if you're serving seafood.
M&S Prosecco Rose
Fragrant & fruity, this rose Prosecco has berrylicious flavours. It's not too fizzy and has fine bubbles, which always feels more luxurious. Although it's from the hilly north-east of Italy, it makes you feel like you're on the beach in sunnier climates.
Hattingley Valley Classic Reserve English Sparkling Wine
A lovely bottle of fizz that comes in a delightful presentation box. Even better, it's grown in England (Hampshire) so is a locally produced wine for most people. It has apple notes and feels incredibly fresh.
Bouvet Ladubay Saumur
Zestiness, apple flavours and floral goodness are on offer in the Bouvet Saumur. It's delicious and the bubbles are oh-so-fine. Bouvet Ladubay has been making wine for over 150 years and their experience really shows!
Fillipo Sansovino Prosecco
What a bargain! £6.50 for a great rose prosecco. Full of apple flavours and strawberry vibes on the nose. It would make a great aperitif.
The Best Etienne Leclair Champagne Brut
A lovely fizz that has a lovely fresh apple flavour. The bubbles are fine and the Champagne has a wonderful aroma of lemon and florals. It would make a great aperitif.
Booth's Prosecco Rosé
This was a nice delicate rose prosecco. Strawberry hints on the nose and to taste. Tastes very summery which is a nice way to bring in Easter - looking forward to the warmer season.
Henri Cachet Champagne
Another supermarket hit! Asda have done a great job with this Champagne. It's dry but easy to drink. It's definitely possible to taste the hints of vanilla and the fresh citrus flavours that they suggest.
Roger Goulart Gran Reserva Cava
A really fresh fizz. This was floral and fruity in flavour and had a mild fizz, which was nice as it makes it easier to drink. A lovely Cava to toast Easter with.