Dutch sparkling wine is known as "Dutch sparkling wine" or simply "Dutch bubble wine". It is a type of sparkling wine produced in the Netherlands according to the traditional method, which involves a second fermentation in the bottle.
The Netherlands has a relatively small wine industry. The most commonly used grape varieties for Dutch sparkling wine are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
Dutch sparkling wine is often drunk as an aperitif and pairs well with a range of dishes, including fish, seafood and light bites.
Le Connaisseur sells Dutch sparkling wines from Apostelhoeve, De Kleine Schorre, Landgoed Sint Pieter and Wijngaard Raarberg.