From Sicily this is fresh and fruity. Italian fizz at it's best.
Araldica's viticultural roots predate its production of fantastic Prosecco, with a history of crafting showstopping Asti, amongst other sparkling wines. With such a wealth of expertise, you can rely on this winning over the crowd.
Made using a single fermentation create a light and fresh wine with delicate apple and pear flavours.
We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.
Freixenet is the king of Cava. The Cordon Rosado is the rosé partner to its world-famous Cordon Negro.
Expect sophisticated hints of green apple and grapefruit and a smooth finish.
With lush flavours and razor sharp acidity, this will act like a lemon wedge with smoked salmon canapes.
This wine from a favourite majestic producer, La Gioiosa, comes from the premier area for Prosecco production; the hilly area between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
Pale straw yellow with a fine and persistent mousse. Aromas are lightly floral and fruity.
A pale, lightly aromatic and easy-drinking sparkling wine, with a soft mousse and an off-dry feel. Gentle flavours of pear, clementine and white apple are lifted by soft acidity.
A pale straw colour with a fine mousse and typical fruit characters of apples and pineapples. Ideal as an apéritif or to accompany a light lunch.