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Chandon Garden Spritz

Chandon Garden Spritz

£16.97 Any 6 Mix
£18.85  Single Bottle
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Chandon Garden Spritz is an exceptional sparkling wine with a difference made by the team at Chandon - the Argentinian sparkling wine Maison from Moët et Chandon. They are taking the spritz to new levels.

Natural extracts from hand-picked orange peels, herbs, and spices have been added to the wine to create a ready to share Spritz. For the perfect summer pour serve with 3 ice cubes, a sprig of rosemary and a dried orange peel. In the winter just switch the rosemary for cinnamon.

The fresh ingredients bring the perfect balance between sweetness and bitterness, crafted with half the sugar of any other spritz, it has no artificial flavours and no artificial colours.

Aromatised Wine-based drink with Orange peel liquor. No Artificial Flavours, No Artificial Colours.

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Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 11.5
Blend: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Semillon
Current Stock: 21
Style: Sparkling & Champagne
Style: Sparkling Blend
Vegetarian: Yes

More Information

Ana Paula Bartolucci, Maison Chandon

Winemaker Ana Paula Bartolucci was born in Mendoza, and knows the region and its produce like the back of her hand. According to her, "Chandon Garden Spritz is something to be enjoyed, with friends, on different occasions. It’s unique, really. It is at the vanguard of sparkling wine, and we have always been innovative."

Sparkling Blend

The grapes, most commonly Chardonnay, Pinot noir and Pinot meunier, are used to make several base wines that are assembled together to make Champagne, English Sparkling wine and other classic cuvée wines.

Champagne blends can also include Arbane, Petit Meslier, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Other appelations have rules about which grapes can be included.


In 1556 fr Juan Cedrón established the first Argentinian vineyards in Mendoza using cuttings from the Chilean Central Valley. Argentina is now the worlds fifth largest wine producer. The many different grapes reflect the country's immigrant groups: the French brought Malbec, the Italians brought Bonarda and Torrontés is typically Argentinian found in the provinces of La Rioja, San Juan, and Salta.

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