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Christmas Tried and Tested Festive Fizz

No Christmas is complete with the sound of a POP as the festive fizz gets opened. So we’ve taste tested this years best festive champagne and prosecco from the UK’s leading supermarkets. Take a look at our top fizz including who is our winner in this year’s festive fizz taste test.

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Christmas Tried and Tested Festive Fizz

Below are the results of our festive taste test 2018:

ten out of ten ratingTesco Finest Franciacorta

£15.00

Tesco Finest Franciacorta £15Crisp, dry and has hints of brioche make this top of our festive fizz taste test. Our panel said it had ripe, citrus notes and the mousse had a soft texture.

Followed with a green apple and lemony fizz character, this was refreshing, tarte and will be an overall crowd pleaser.

Available from Tesco.com

nine out of nine ratingSainsbury’s Taste the Difference Brut NV Champagne

£18

Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Brut NV Champagne Raise a glass in celebration to this creamy and well balanced champagne. Our team said this had a baked lemon and rich Bramley apple flavour and would go perfect with any breakfast or canapes.

A fresh finish with fine bubbles, great for your Christmas dinner table.

Available from Sainsburys.co.uk

eight point five out of ten ratingWaitrose Vino Spumante Brut Prosecco

£10.99

San Leo Prosecco Brut NVA Prosecco for all occasions, this has a fruit flavour and a nice balanced acidity and medium finish.

The zesty citrus notes left a fresh taste is easy to drink and an easy choice when it comes to throwing a party.

Available from Waitrose.com

eight out of ten scoreAldi Sparkling Collezione Oro Prosecco DOCG

£8.99

Collezione Oro Prosecco DOCGJuicy, crisp but will leave a slight sweet after taste. Our team said this was light, well rounded and very drinkable however do pair with a more citrus pudding to ensure the perfect balance of sweet and sharp flavours.

Available from Aldi.co.uk

seven point five out of tenMarks & Spencer Nella Prosecco

£8.00

Marks & Spencer Nella ProseccoDelicate, elegant and very easy to drink. With hints of yellow apples given it a mild, sweet taste.

Refreshing, well balanced and good for parties.

Available from Marksandspencer.com

Tesco Finest Spiced Rum Mince Pies score seven out of tenAsda Champagne Extra Special Louis Bernard Vintage Brut Champagne

£24.00

Asda Champagne Extra Special Louis Bernard Vintage Brut ChampagneA very dry Champagne making it the perfect match to seafood. Really well balanced and had small lively bubbles.

A crisps finish with nutty characters, a little too crisp for some of our panel, however it offers great aromas and a perfect match for Christmas starters.

Available from Asda.com

So there we have our Christmas Tried & Tested: Festive Fizz. What fizz will you be turning to for Christmas 2018? Let us know in the comments below or alternatively get in touch using the social media icons.

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