Ideal as an aperitif, or great with foods such as prosciutto and shellfish, or enjoy on its own.
Prosecco can only come from a precisely defined region in Italy, anywhere else - it's not Prosecco!
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Customer reviews (6)
it is 'extra dry' which isn't in the description. too sweet for us, we prefer brut.
Not bad, occasionally get this through Ocado, my local shop also stock this one and it's pleasant to drink especially at this low price
I heart this!
I love this, easily my favourite prosecco. I don't understand the bad reviews, it's not exactly expensive!
Not bad but very sweet
It's definitely drinkable, too sweet for me if I have the choice but not bad.
I have spent from A£1.99 to AA£500 on Champagne/ Prossecco. Really for the price it is a quaffable. I got this as I couldn't be bothered to stand in the queues form in Supermarkets. I got home, it lacks a little fizz, Your not going to get Dom P Louis Rhodeher or biscuity sparkling white wine, but really it for the price it is so drinkable as my spelling will atest to and for the price is a canny drop. My mother lover this for making an Indian bread called Bathura, and Fulakha. When ever I have had English friends around they love and ask the recipe for this. All of them say we have tried it with differing sparkling white wines, based on your recipes, but yours taste superb. They do say only cook with what you would drink, So I guess that says it. all. it is not that sweet as the other reviewer says. In fact most people find it not sweet enough, but to each their own. On a blind taste most Champagne and prossecco drinkers found it nice.
Easily the worst prosecco I've tried
Simply terrible! I never spend more than £8 on prosecco so it's not about price, this just tastes cheap, sweet and unpleasant