And Wade will be hoping his impressive start to the season will see him feature in part of the full England squad as they look to defend the crown they won for the first time in eight years back in March.
Wade's teammates Dom Waldouck, Tom Varndell and Nic Berry also got in on the act as Wasps made the perfect start to their European challenge.
Meanwhile returning Welsh World Cup winger Aled Brew put his frustration of playing a limited role in the run to the semi-final as he scored Newport Gwent-Dragons' first try in a 33-3 win over Cavalieri Prato.
South African winger Tonderai Chavhanga was also on the scoresheet again while Ivory Coast international Sylvere Tian scored a hat-trick in Agen's thumping 50-7 win over La Vila.
Finally France full-back Cedric Heymans, who missed out on a bench spot in the World Cup final three weeks ago, scored his first try in Bayonne colours in their convincing 43-10 win in Rovigo.