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  1. Brezza Bianca Spumante Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Effervescent fizz with a refreshing lemon zip make this Spumante Prosecco pure pleasure
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  2. Il Papavero Rosé Prosecco Brut
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Rosé Prosecco has arrived and it's in our bestselling Il Papavero range! Light, fresh and fruity
    £9.99 per bottle when you mix 6+
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  3. Il Papavero Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Definitive northern Italian fizz with a creamy mousse and delicious fruit. A great Papavero addition
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  4. Casa Cantalini Prosecco Spumante
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    With Prosecco, ‘la vita è dolce’! Celebrate any time with this lively, fruity, gentle Italian fizz
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  5. Lustrato Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    A new delicious addition to our Prosecco range – delicate ripe peach fruit with a creamy mousse
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  6. Alessandro Gallici Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Top-quality, stylish, deliciously easy-drinking Prosecco from top winemaker Alessandro Gallici
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  7. Alessandro Gallici Prosecco Anniversario
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Special anniversary edition of creamy-mousse Prosecco from Alessandro Gallici, beautifully packaged!
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  8. Madame F Prosecco Extra Dry
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    I'm full of bubbles. A delicious extra-dry Prosecco that refuses to be put down
    £9.99 per bottle£12.99
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    Il Papavero Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Definitive northern Italian fizz with a creamy mousse and delicious fruit. A great Papavero addition
    £11.99 per bottle when you mix 6+
    £13.99 per bottle
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  10. Il Papavero Prosecco (200ml)
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    Embrace the essence of Italian effervescence – delicious fruit notes in this sparkling gem
    £2.99 per bottle when you mix 6+
    £3.99 per bottle
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  11. Alessandro Gallici Prosecco (magnum)
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    An irresistible magnum of Prosecco from sparkling wine talent and great friend, Alessandro Gallici
    £30.00 per bottle when you mix 6+
    £34.00 per bottle
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    Lustrato Prosecco
    CountryItaly
    Glera
    A new delicious addition to our Prosecco range – delicate ripe peach fruit with a creamy mousse
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Wine FAQs
What is Prosecco?

Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from Italy made with Glera grapes. With abundant, frothy bubbles and delicate fruit flavours, there’s a reason Prosecco (pronounced pruh-seh-koh) is Italy’s numero uno sparkling wine.

This sparkling white wine is made in the Veneto region of Italy, using the Charmat or tank fermentation method. Typically dry in style with bright floral and fruity aromas, Prosecco is a very popular choice as an aperitif.

Its abundant fruity flavours, tingling bubbles and affordable price tag make it a popular alternative to Champagne. Delicious on its own or in cocktails, such as an Aperol Spritz and a Bellini, the best Prosecco are fresh and easy-drinking wines, perfect for celebrations or a casual glass with friends.

Where is Prosecco made?

Bright and bubbly Prosecco is made in northeastern Italy in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia wine regions.

The name ‘Prosecco’ is protected under EU law, which means it can only be made in the nine specific provinces spanning these regions. The most prominent producers of Prosecco are Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG and Asolo-Prosecco DOCG, delivering premium sparkling wine prized for their intense fruity flavours.

At the heart of Prosecco is the Glera grape, constituting at least 85% of the blend. Historically known as “Prosecco”, this grape is believed to trace its roots back to an Italian village bearing the same name. It’s this rich heritage and strict criteria that make Prosecco not just a sparkling wine but also a reflection of Italian winemaking tradition.

What is Prosecco’s style and character?

Fresh and easy-drinking, Prosecco boasts a high acidity and typically has low to medium alcohol levels. Its classic fruity flavours are green apple, honeydew melon, pear and lemon.

Prosecco can be made in two styles – lightly sparkling (frizzante) or fully sparkling (spumante).

Prosecco comes in categories of sweetness too. It may help to familiarise yourself with these, as the Italian method for classifying wine sweetness can be confusing, with dry or demi-sec Prosecco ranked as the sweetest and Extra Brut as the least sweet.

  • Extra Brut: very dry, with very little sweetness.
  • Brut: dry, with little sweetness.
  • Extra Dry: medium dry
  • Dry: medium sweet
  • Demi-Sec - the highest level of sweetness
How does Prosecco differ from Champagne?

While they can appear similar, Prosecco is fairly distinct from that other fizz favourite, Champagne.

These sparkling wines are made from entirely different grapes. While Champagne can be made from a mix of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier grapes, Prosecco is made using at least 85% Glera grapes – it’s one of the things that gives Prosecco its fresh, fruity character.

They also use very different winemaking methods. The frothy, delicate bubbles in Prosecco are a result of tank fermentation. This tank fermentation helps capture the grape’s fresh vibrancy and is a less time-consuming method, which accounts for Prosecco’s wallet-friendly price tag. Champagne, on the other hand, is made with traditional method fermentation in the bottle which produces different flavours and larger bubbles. It’s also more labour intensive and expensive.

Learn more about the differences between Champagne and Prosecco.

What does Prosecco taste like?

Prosecco is a vibrant, highly aromatic and crisp wine with a prominent fruity character that typically includes:

  • Honeydew melon
  • Green apples
  • Pear
  • Peach
What food should I pair with Prosecco?

Prosecco is a versatile sparkling wine. Whether you’re raising a toast, kicking off a leisurely brunch or setting the mood before dinner, Prosecco is a fitting choice.

Its vibrant flavours and pronounced acidity make it a companion to a wide array of dishes, spanning from savoury starters to delectable desserts.

With Brut and Extra Brut Prosecco, consider pairing them with appetisers that have a bit of zest and depth. Think along the lines of cured meats, olives, nuts, cheeses and seafood.

If you’re sipping on a Dry or Extra Dry Prosecco, which tends to have a sweeter profile, consider pairing it with fruity and creamy desserts. Ideal pairings include light soufflé, rich crème brûlée, tangy fruit tarts and decadent cheesecake.

Discover more food and wine pairing tips

How to serve Prosecco

Chilling your Prosecco to a cool 4-7°C is the way to go.

While the Italians have a tradition of pouring Prosecco into wine or tulip glasses – their wider base keeps those bubbles dancing and aromas wafting – you can happily use a flute or even a regular white wine glass. Prosecco isn’t fussy.

When it comes to opening that bottle, a bit of care goes a long way. First, be sure to point the bottle away from anyone or anything precious. Then remember to “turn the bottle not the cork!” – keep a firm grip on the cork, easing it out gently while you rotate the bottle around the cork. Once popped, serve slowly into glasses to avoid an overflowing fizz bomb.

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