THE RESULTS ARE IN! Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2011
2011's best wines as chosen by Wine Spectator Magazine.
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Cheap Good Champagne or Sparkling Wine

Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Rose Cava Bottle

Just in time for New Year’s Eve, this cava has strong berry flavors, which makes it a welcome change of pace from all the other sparkling wines you’ll be drinking this holiday season.

Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: Spain
Ratings: International Wine Cellar – 87 Points

Segura Viudas Brut Reserva Cava Bottle

This creamy Spanish sparkling wine is perfect for the holidays, and will definitely help to make those in-laws bearable!

Winery: Segura Viudas
Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: Spain
Ratings: Wine & Spirits: 90 points

Banear Prosecco Frizzante

Banear Prosecco Frizzante Bottle

Prosecco Frizzante is a less bubbly and less alcoholic alternative to champagne. Flavours of apple on the mouth give way to a refreshingly dry finish, with a nose of flowers and vanilla.

Winery: Banear
Variety: Prosecco
Region: Friuli, Italy
Price: $11.75

Carbó Semi-Seco Cava

Carbó Semi-Seco Cava Bottle

Green apple and citrus smells accompany this light and crisp Spanish sparkling wine. A treat on any special occasion.

Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: Spain
Price: $14.99

Cristalino Brut Cava

Cristalino Brut Cava Bottle

Possibly the best sparkling wine for the money, Cristalino Brut Cava is dry and crisp with citrus and apple flavors that bubble in the mouth.

Winery: Cristalino
Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: Spain
Ratings: WINE & SPIRITS: 91 points
Price: $8.49

Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Brut

Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Brut Bottle

Bright and lively with smoked apple and fresh baked bread flavors; crisp with a wonderful balance on the finish.

Winery: Jacob’s Creek
Type: Champagne/Sparkling
Region: South Eastern Australia
Ratings: Wine Spectator: 86 points
Price: $8.99