But with so much fancy fizz to choose from, how do you know which one to buy? (For non-fizz, have a look at our other English wine round-up).You know you’re drinking something special the moment you take the first sip of this West Sussex produced beauty.Buy now Some English wines go OTT with apple flavours and you can feel like you’re drinking something half-way between champers and cider.
You can also get magnums for Christmas at £60 each.
Buy now Think apples – fresh Granny Smith apples, if you please – combined with elderflower and yeasty, pastry notes.
It’s one of several corkers from Gusbourne, which is located on the low slopes of Kent at Appledore, and whose fizz has been served at state banquets.
Buy now This signature wine from Cornish vineyard Camel Valley will be served in BA first class over the Christmas period.
A purse-friendly alternative to a decent champagne, it pairs well with canapés and nibbles, as well as fish and shellfish - particularly oysters and lobster.