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Royalty Brut Sparkling Wine




750ML / In Stock

This Brut has a light golden straw color with aromas of nectarine and green apple.  On the palate refreshing Bosc pear, lemon drop, and apricot.  Delicately balanced, lively bubbles, and bright fruit, crisp acidity yield a crystal clean, lingering finish.


YEAR: 2023

TASTING NOTES: Fruit Flavors

ALCOHOL: 11.5%

Cocktail Recipe

Mexican 75

In honor of National Tequila Day (July 24), we thought it only right to make a "Mexican 75". This variation of the classic French 75 incorporates blanco tequila, rather than gin, and is topped off with our Royalty Brut. It's a delightful and refreshing drink with a Southwestern twist:

Ingredients for 2 cocktails:

  • 3 oz tequila blanco

  • 2 oz fresh-squeezed lime juice

  • 1-2 oz simple syrup (you can adjust this to your taste preference)

  • Royalty Brut 

  • Ice

  • Lime twist or wheel for garnish

Mexican 75
Prestigious Wine


Note: If you’d like a salt or sugar rim, do this first. Pour a little of your choice onto a small plate and use a lime wedge around the rim of each glass to moisten it. Roll your glass rim in the sugar or salt to get a good covering and set aside.

  1. In a shaker filled halfway with ice, combine the tequila, fresh lime juice, and simple syrup. 

  2. Shake 15-20 seconds, or until the mixture is chilled.

  3.  Strain the tequila mixture evenly between your 2 rimmed champagne flutes

  4.  Top each glass off with Royalty Brut.

  5.  Gently stir the cocktail to mix the ingredients.

  6.  Garnish with a lime twist or wheel.

  7.  Serve and enjoy!

The Mexican 75 can be quite potent, so please drink responsibly. If you prefer a milder version, you can adjust the tequila and lime juice proportions to your liking. Cheers!

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All champagne is sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine is champagne. Let us explain further. Sparkling wine is any carbonated wine, which includes carbonated wines made from a variety of grapes and they can be different colors but they all use carbon dioxide to create their iconic bubbly effect. This generic term, sparkling wine, encompasses the more specific sub-category of champagne.


The fizz and bubbles occur from the natural fermentation process. When sugar is added to the yeast, the yeast will react with the sugar and create carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide is trapped and bottled for your enjoyment.

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While many people use champagne and sparkling wine interchangeably, it's actually incorrect. A sub-category of sparkling wine, champagne gets its name from the Champagne region of France. Only sparkling wines from the Champagne region can be called Champagne. If they are made anywhere else, they are simply referred to as sparkling wines. Champagne accounts for 60% of France's sparkling wine production.

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