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So when you think Prosecco, you think sweet, sparkling, but fundamentally one dimensional. Think again. Firstly, this is a frizzante. Which means it is semi-sparkling. So very soft, gentle bubbles. Second, it's an explosion of apple, pear and fresh whipped cream flavours that keep on giving. In other words, it's absolutely delicious. Our best selling Prosecco by far!!
Love Prosecco...adore Cava...dream of Champagne, Bollinger is truly one of the finest Champagne Houses. Founded in 1829 and still run by the family this is classic complex Pinot Noir dominated Champagne. A biscuity nose with white fruit and a rich full-bodied style. Dense and subtle due to the domination of the aged reserve wines which are added to the new grape juice.
This non vintage release from Veuve Clicquot is recognised the world over for its distinctive yellow packaging and quality. Veuve Clicquot began in 1772 and takes its name from Madame Clicquot who was widowed and took over the reins of this Champagne house (Veuve Clicquot literally meaning Widow Clicquot in French). This particular bottling is known for its expert blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay & Meunier grapes. An excellent luxury aperitif !
Freixenet Prosecco is golden straw in colour with lively effervescence and fresh aromas of citrus, apple and flowers. Clean and fresh on the palate with tones of ripe lemon, green apple and grapefruit. The finish is light and fresh. Nice bottle too!
Prosecco is Italy’s most popular sparkling wine: light, refreshingly effervescent and well-priced. Borgo Magredo Prosecco is made with 100% estate-owned glera grapes sourced from within the DOC area. Unlike champagne that acquires its effervescence through costly fermentation in bottle, Prosecco is made in pressurized tanks: this process not only keeps costs down but also helps keep flavours fresh and lively, creamy and balanced with a delicate combination of acidity and fruit. Prosecco styles vary based on the amount of residual sugar and can range from brut (dry) to extra dry (which counter-intuitively means a little bit sweet). While this is by no means a sweet wine, that light touch of sweetness makes...
Elegant and persistent mousse, aromas of white fruits, citrus and tropical fruits, and light floral notes. The palate is complex and full of flavour, with good acidity and notes of lime and pineapple. It is dry and long on the finish. Made in the classic Champagne Method