Looking for everyday bubbles that pair well with food? While Champagne may produce coveted wines, many other regions of the world offer comparable quality and value. These lesser-known sparklers will add a little glitz to your dinner table.\r\nRecommended Sparkling Wine Regions and Pairings\r\nCr\u00e9mant d\u2019Alsace, France \r\nJean-Baptiste Adam NV Brut Ros\u00e9, $25. About 200 miles east of Champagne, Alsace uses similar standards to make cr\u00e9mants from mostly Pinot Blanc, though Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are allowed. The drier, warmer and sunnier climate produces round wines that are generous in flavor. This one\u2014as with all ros\u00e9 Cr\u00e9mant d\u2019Alsace\u2014is 100% Pinot Noir.\r\nPair It\r\n\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s hard to beat tomato and basil panzanella with this when tomatoes are in peak season.\u201d \u2014Andy Chabot, director of food and beverage, Blackberry Farm, Walland, Tennessee.\r\nKent, England \r\nGusbourne 2011 Brut Reserve, $60.\u00a0Though wine has been produced in England for centuries, it\u2019s only during the past decade that production has ascended to international standards. Southern England boasts nearly 500 vineyards and about 135 wineries. With similar climate and soils to Champagne, it\u2019s no surprise that sparkling wine has been the focus.\r\nPair It\r\n\r\n\u201cWith a distinctive oceanic influence, this wine has expressive mineral and floral characters that are perfect for fried chicken.\u201d\u2014Paula Rester, wine director, Mattie\u2019s, Austin, Texas.\r\n\r\n\r\nStellenbosch, South Africa \r\nSaltare NV M\u00e9thode Cap Classique Brut Reserve, $17.\u00a0A premium wine category for South Africa, M\u00e9thode Cap Classique uses the traditional-method process introduced to the Cape by French Huguenots in the 17th century. As South Africa only produces about 2.5 million bottles, it\u2019s well worth the find to enjoy a unique wine.\r\nPair It\r\n\r\n\u201cA perfect fit for roasted pork tenderloin with lightly spiced apple and quince relish.\u201d \u2014James Tidwell, MS, beverage director, Four Seasons Resort and Club, Dallas, Texas.\r\nFranciacorta, Italy \r\nContadi Castaldi NV Brut Ros\u00e9, $25. Similar to Champagne in terms of production, grape selection and aging requirements, the warmer climate and unique soils in Franciacorta make for wines with notes of green apple, pear and quince, as well as floral elements and perceptible minerality.\r\nPair It\r\n\r\n\u201cThere\u2019s nothing more Italian than eating cured meat and drinking sparkling wine.\u201d\u2014Geoff Kruth, MS, president, Guild of Sommeliers.