Fruity Italian Prosecco – Twelve Green Bottles Wine
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  • Pure Prosecco

    Pure Prosecco

    From £11.58 - per bottle
  • Villa Domiziano Frizzante Rosato

    Villa Domiziano Frizzante Rosato

    From £11.25 - per bottle
  • Bianca Vigna Prosecco DOC Spumante Brut
  • Bianca Vigna Cuvée 1931 Spumante Rosa
  • Soligo Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut

    Soligo Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut

    From £13.17 - per bottle
  • Villa Domiziano Prosecco Extradry

    Villa Domiziano Prosecco Extradry

    From £13.17 - per bottle
  • Soligo Prosecco DOC Treviso Extra-Dry
  • Prosecco Val d'Oca Rive di Colbertaldo DOCG Valdobbiadene
  • Soligo Spumante Rosé Solicum

    Soligo Spumante Rosé Solicum

    From £14.75 - per bottle
  • Bianca Vigna Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut Superiore Millesimato
  • Soligo Col de Mez Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
  • Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene  Superiore DOCG Soligo Solicum
  • Soligo Rive di Soligo Millesimato DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore
  • Soligo Solicum Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Vino Biologico
  • Italian Mixed Wine Selection
  • The Gin Cocktail Party Box (With Bombay Sapphire Gin)
  • Premium Prosecco
  • The Gin Cocktail Party Box (With Hendricks Gin)
  • The Chocolate and Bubbly Cocktail Party Box
  • The Cocktail Party in a box - Refill
  • The Cocktail Party in a box

Fruity Italian Prosecco

The Italian sparkling wine known as Prosecco is the best selling sparkling wine in the UK, made in North Eastern Italy in the Veneto region using juice from the Glera grape.

Spumante Prosecco is the most popular, and Frizzante, with significantly less bubbles, is a cheaper alternative. The residual sugar in a sparkling wine will determine its character. For Prosecco, this is defined on the label as Extra Brut - the lowest (and very, very dry), Brut - dry (quite pleasant and suitable for the calorie conscious), Extra Dry - the most popular and the type typically bought in the UK and Dry - quite sweet and not too popular. 

For the best quality look at the label for the names of the sub-regions of 'Valdobbiadene' and 'Conegliano', coupled with 'DOCG' (denominazione di origine controllata e garantita) which means that the quality of the wine is assured, having been subjected to a stringent taste test by a panel of experts before the coveted DOCG status is awarded.  

We have put together a small, carefully curated list of top quality, fruity Italian Prosecco, all tasted by our in-house specialists before listing in our shop. We offer a 'no quibble' guarantee. If you don't like our wine, we'll give you your money back! If you want further advice before you make your purchase please feel free to watch our short video in which Neil talks about the different styles of Prosecco.


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