Sparkling Wine In Your Hot Tub

1st August 2022

Jacuzzi Sparkling Wine

After a hard-working day, what could be better than relaxing in a Hot Tub and sipping on a Glass of Bubbly?

If you’re one for feeling the dancing bubbles massage your body and at the same time dancing around your mouth, then this is the winning combination for you.

A Hot Tub doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, you can buy a portable blow-up Lay-Z-Spa for as little as £200 at a discounted price, all you need is the space inside your garden, and after it’s all set up, you won’t be regretting it any time soon, in fact, you should celebrate after your Hot Tub is ready to use by poping opening a bottle of Sparkling Wine to enjoy while inside.

Whether it’s in the cool breeze on a hot summer’s day or in the chilly touch of the winter months, a hot tub can serve a purpose all year round, giving you enjoyment and relaxation, offering you a small escape from your day-to-day troubles.

This short but perfect list of Sparkling Wines will be bubbling inside your mouth with exciting flavours that will be sure to delight your taste buds just as much as your body will be enjoying the bubbles in your Hot Tub.

Giusti Wine

The Giusti family’s passion for wine dates back to the 1600s, the journey started when they bought a two-hectare property where Giusti Wine would soon be established. Giusti Wine came from the original Dal Col vineyard which dated back to 1945, the full name of the company is Società Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl, Giusti Wine planted its first vineyard in 2002 and grow rapidly with them now having approximately 75 hectares.

Giusti – Rosalia – Prosecco DOC Rosé Millesimato 2020 Extra Dry – Tasting Notes

Aroma “Soft almost creamy blueberry, blackberry and raspberry with a touch of vanilla on the aroma.” 

Flavour “A delicate taste of smooth raspberries, strawberries and hints of blueberries and herbal notes, a very enjoyable experience.”

Gold First Date at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

Champagne Laurent Lequart

Champagne Laurent Lequart is located on their family farm in Passy-Grigny, in the heart of the Marne Valley, with 11 hectares of farmland, most of it planted with vines growing the Meunier grape which they use to craft their Champagnes.

Champagne Laurent Lequart – Millésime 2012 – Tasting Notes

Aroma “Silky, creamy, smooth, elegance on the aroma, showcasing melted butter, yeast, bread, toast, brioche yellow fruits, yellow floral, apricot in cream and much more.”

Flavour “A balance between smooth, silky, dry and citrus, yellow fruits, yellow stone fruits, yellow floral, yeast, citrus and more on the palate.”

Gold Meditation at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

Champagne Vincent D’Astrée

Champagne Vincent d’Astrée owes its creation in a big part to the 240 winegrowers who every day, take care and manage their plots of land, all doing their best to maintain the quality of this Champagne label. It was in 1956 that just a handful of winegrowers eager to add value to their grapes created the Pierry cooperative.

For more than 60 years they have worked together, expanding and improving the creation of Vincent d’Astrée’s Champagnes. They then decided to place their project under the patronage of St Vincent and the benevolence of the stars. Thus was born the Maison Vincent d’Astrée.

Champagne Vincent D’Astrée – Novae 2009 Brut – Tasting Notes

Aroma “Freshly baked Danish pastries, like walking into a Pâtisserie, with notes of stone fruits like, peaches on the aroma.”

Flavour “Minerals, stones fruits, plums with hints of smoky characters on the palate.”

Gold Meditation at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021


This Spanish Winery has a history of Viticulture dating back to 1385, it is documented in Latin writing, the story reads that a Llopart family’s ancestor by the name of Bernardus Leopardi, was granted some vineyards located in the present country estate Can Llopart de Subirats.

From there Llopart history was built upon, centuries later the Llopart family combined the cultivation of traditional agricultural Mediterranean products including grapevines and olives. It was at the end of the 18th century, in 1887, that Lloparts decided to devote themselves exclusively to wine growing.

It was in the early 1950s that Pere Llopart I Vilarós actively contributed to launching the “craft sparkling wine” and consolidated cava Llopart as a high-quality product.

Llopart – Rosé Brut – Tasting Notes

Aroma “Raspberry, creamy red currant, strawberry pastry and red apple skin on the nose.”

Flavour “Dry and crisp initially with a growing silky red berry fruit presence and a more strawberry pastry with a touch of saline at the close.“

Gold Meditation at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

Oliver Walkey

Champagne and Sparkling Wine Writer, Focused on Bringing the Exciting and Fascinating World of Bubbly to You.