63 E Main Street, Pawling, NY 12564

Customer Review


I like their selection of wines, especially their French section. Not too far a walk from the train station. Only draw back is they close at 7pm weekdays and 4pm on Sundays.

Mario Diaz

The Spirits of Pawling List of Sparkling Wines

Sparkling Wines

The Spirits of Pawling provide an explanation of the three varieties of sparkling wine. It is essential to be familiar with Champagne, Prosecco, and Cava, three of the most well-known regions for sparkling wine. Despite the fact that these wines are all carbonated, they differ in important ways. See the list of sparkling wines below from Spirits of Pawling.

Champagne is a type of sparkling wine that is very particular. In order for sparkling wine to be considered Champagne, it must be produced in the Champagne region of northern France and meet the region’s winemaking standards. The term “méthode Champenoise” refers to the method by which Champagne is made. It follows the same procedure as the conventional method. Typically, three distinct grapes are used to make the wines: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay. If a bottle has the label “blanc de blancs,” it was only made with Chardonnay. A bottle of Pinot Noir or Pinot Meunier is used when it is labeled “blanc de noir.” American sparkling wines also frequently employ these grapes.

Prosecco is a sparkling wine from Italy made from Prosecco or Glera grapes. To qualify as Prosecco, the wine must be produced in the Veneto region in the northeast of Italy, according to EU law. This wine typically produces a fresh, clean wine through the Charmat method. Any vineyard that produces Prosecco wine must use at least 85 percent Glera grapes. Prosecco comes in two forms. Some bottles are marked “spumante,” indicating that they have a lot of carbonation, while others are marked “frizzante,” indicating that they have slightly fewer bubbles. The choice of which one to buy is entirely dependent on your personal preferences and needs.

Last but not least, Spain’s Cava sparkling wine is delicious and delicious. The grapes are the main distinction between Cava and Champagne in terms of taste and production. It must be made using the traditional method due to its naming restrictions. It is typically made with the Macabeu grape and is typically a white or rosé blend. Vintners use Spanish Garnacha and combine it with Macabeu to make Cava Rosé, which has a sweeter, fruitier flavor. While the Penedès region in Catalonia, Spain, produces 95% of all Cava, Rioja also produces some well-known bottles. Cava is very popular in Spanish and Catalan family traditions, and it usually goes well with tapas, seafood, and even sushi. The flavor profile varies, but it typically has a taste that is less nutty than Champagne but is more bitter than Prosecco.


Wines Spirits of Pawling Sparkling Wines

List of Sparkling Wines in Stock

Our inventory is subject to change.

Bellissima by Christie Brinkley
Chandon Brut
Chandon Garden Spritz
Chandon Rose
Charles De Fere Blanc de Blancs
Cook’s Brut
Gruet Brut
Isotta Manzoni
J Cuvee
Jeio Bisol
Josh Prosecco
Josh Prosecco Rose
Korbel Brut
Korbel Rose
La Luca
LaMarca Prosecco
LaMarca Prosecco Rose
Martini & Rossi Asti
Mumm Napa Brut
Ninety Cellars Lot 50 Brut
Pizzolato Organic
Santa Margherita
Villa Jolanda

Cristalino Cava Brut
Cristalino Cava Rose
Freixenet Cordon Negro Cava Brut