Aldi Sold Approx 69,000 Bottles of Prosecco a Day in December

Written on 9th January 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in prosecco

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Lowest Calorie Prosecco?

Written on 5th January 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in prosecco

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Prosecco Wins as UK's No.1 Bubbly on New Year's Eve

Written on 5th January 2017 by Glass of Bubbly in prosecco

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Aldi had a 15% jump in Christmas sales in 2016 thanks to their premium products and Prosecco. The supermarket sold over 2 million bottles of Prosecco – almost 69,000 bottles a day. Included in that total ... Read more

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At only 66 calories per 100ml glass, Cirotto’s newest Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Brut is possibly the lowest calorie Prosecco you can buy. The fizz boasts a very low sugar level of only 3g per ... Read more

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Prosecco is still the UK's number one bubbly as sales on New Year's Eve topped all other sparkling wines, including Champagne. According to data from Epos Now, between New Year's Eve and New Year's Day ... Read more

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Fewer bubbles in your glass of Prosecco is virtually never to do with poor quality fizz. 1. Detergent residue on your glass Any traces of detergent left on the inside of your glass will kill ... Read more

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Gigglewater is inspired by the 1920’s American term for an alcoholic beverage. Gigglewater offers a Prosecco DOC; a frizzante secco in bottle and 20cl can, as well as a range of 20cl canned flavoured sparkling ... Read more

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Love Prosecco and love tea, sometimes not sure which to have, when you really want both, well now you can by enjoying Prosecco-infused tea. The Aldi Speciality range of teas has been produced especially for Christmas. ... Read more

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Prosecco remains by far the UK's most popular sparkling wine and we spend £9million a week on this In the week before Christmas, we'll spend double what we would usually do on Prosecco, according to a ... Read more

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Giacomo Girolamo Casanova was an 18th century adventurer and writer. Born 2nd April 1725, in Venice, Italy, he lived for 73 years. Casanova entered the university of Padua at just twelve years old, graduating at ... Read more

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A cocktail in time for the festive times ahead with Cazcabel Blanco Tequila and Scavi and Ray Prosecco: 30ml Cazcabel Blanco Tequila 30ml Aperol 20ml Grapefruit Juice Topped up with Scavi and Ray Prosseco ... Read more

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Where to Hire a Prosecco Van for your Party

Move over ice cream vans, Prosecco vans have arrived. People can't get enough of this light and fizzy Italian wine, so it's no surprise it's gone mobile - it seems 'Prosecco Vans' could be the new must-have party feature. Thinking ... Read more

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A Bottle of Bubbly by Bicycle from Prosecco to London

A British cyclist,  Mike Ramseyer, pictured  with Mr Giancarlo Moretti Polegato, Villa Sandi Chairman, left  Villa Sandi in Valdobbiane Italy with  a bottle of Villa Sandi  Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG strapped to his bicycle on July ... Read more

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How does Prosecco compare to your Boyfriend?

Well all know that supposedly diamonds are a girl's best friend, but how deep does the love affair with Prosecco really go with some ladies... Let us give it the ultimate test and ask 'how ... Read more

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The History of Bottega Prosecco

Located in Bibano di Godega (TV), in the Prosecco area and a short distance from the vineyards of Collio, Cartizze, Amarone and Picolit. Bottega SpA has a three generations of history committed to wine. Bottega Gold ... Read more

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Collalto Prosecco

Azienda Agricola Conte Collalto is one of the most historic and prestigious producers in the Province of Treviso, a leading family in the history as far back as 958 AD. Collalto sources its grapes exclusively ... Read more

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Rebuli Bastia Prosecco Frizzante Fii Spago

Discover beautiful Prosecco from Rebuli Bastia. Frizzante Fii Spago   Tasting Notes Colour: straw yellow. Perlage: fine and persistent. Bouquet: delicately fruity and fragrant. Taste: expansive and sapid of a special versatility thanks also to ... Read more

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Rebuli Bastia

Rebuli Bastia winery was born in Saccol, in the heart of Valdobbiadene DOCG at the feet of the Bastìa hill, the beginning of the narrow but famous zone called Cartizze. Of small dimensions, but of great ... Read more

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Is there a Prosecco Shortage?

There's long been talk of a 'Proseco shortage', warning that supply for the Italian fizz can't keep up with demand. As demand grows throughout the world, with UK being the biggest market, is there a possibility ... Read more

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Asolo Prosecco DOCG Superiore: Year of the Extra Brut

2015 is a vintage year for Prosecco Extra Brut. The production is estimated to be around 200.000 bottles. Asolo is known as the 'Pearl of Treviso'. Set at the western edge of the Colli Asolani ridge ... Read more

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