Susy Atkins’ top sparkling wines for festive toasting

Festive sparklers

Drinks pro Susy Atkins shares three of her favourite South West sparklers for festive toasting

Bride Valley Blanc de Blancs Brut 2017, Dorset

This is a wonderful aperitif sparkler from Bride Valley Vineyard near Bridport in Dorset.

Pale gold with a lightly floral scent, this Blanc de Blancs reveals pineapple and apple fruit flavours with a little dab of honey. It has a long, dry and highly refreshing finish.

£35.95

Camel Valley ‘Cornwall’ Brut 2018, Cornwall

Camel Valley‘s Cornwall Brut blends bright and zesty Seyval Blanc and Chardonnay grapes for a wine that tingles with acidity.

It has a crisp green-apple flavour at its core and finishes on a lightly salty note. It’s another mouthwatering aperitif from the award-winning Cornish vineyard.

£32.95

D’Urberville Vineyard Extra Brut 2016, Dorset

Another Dorset star (and gold-medal winner at The Independent English Wine Awards 2021), D’Urberville Vineyard Extra Brut 2016 has a creamy quality with pineapple, yogurt and apple peel notes.

It’s extremely dry in style but in good balance. Bring on the seafood!

£26.99

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