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  • Borgo San Leo Prosecco DOC Brut, 11% Vol. Crisp and fresh, this spumante from the village of San Leo is light and aromatic, with delicate honeysuckle flavours.
  • Fantinel Prosecco DOC Extra Dry, 11.5% Vol. This is an elegant spumante with delicate straw colour and a very fine perlage, and light, floral aromas.  Best served at 7-8 degrees.
  • Belstar Prosecco DOC Brut, 11% Vol. A refreshing and refined Prosecco with citrusy notes, and a hint of apples and pears.  This Prosecco is excellent alone as an aperitif, or as an accompaniment to light Asian dishes.
  • Botter Prosecco DOC, 11% Vol. Pale yellow in colour, this spumante has delicate fruity aromas which makes it a perfect accompaniment to light seafood dishes and hors d’oeuvres.
  • Jeio Prosecco DOCG, 11.5% Vol. From the hills of Valdobbiadene, this fully sparkling Prosecco is a well-balanced blend of Glera, Pinot Bianco and Verdiso grapes.  With just a hint of apple blossom, and fine, velvety bubbles, this spumante is a perfect complement to canapés and other light dishes.
  • La Marca Prosecco DOCG, 11.5% Vol. This is a medium-bodied Prosecco with distinct apricot and pear aromas, and soft velvety bubbles.  An excellent aperitif or accompaniment to light starters or fruit desserts.
  • Villa Sandi Prosecco Frizzante DOC, 10% Vol. This Prosecco is gently sparkling, with pale gold colour and crisp citrus aromas.  Enjoy either as an aperitif or with light seafood dishes and fruit salads.
  • Bisol Prosecco DOC, 11.5% Vol. This is a medium-dry spumante from Valdobbiadene with light fruit flavours and a distinct hint of pear.  As an aperitif it is perfect for parties and wedding toasts.
  • Follador Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut, 11.5% Vol. Made exclusively with the Glera grape, this fully sparkling Prosecco has a pure and well-balanced taste, with intense citrus and almond aromas and a pale straw colour.
  • Primo Prosecco Frizzante DOC, 10.5% Vol. A brilliant yellow in colour, this softly sparkling Prosecco has subtle peach and apricot aromas and is lively on the palate.
  • Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG, 11.5% Vol. With hints of apple and acacia blossom, this light and fruity Prosecco is refined and elegant.  The perfect accompaniment to rich savoury starters or light fruit desserts.
  • Casa Gheller Prosecco DOC, 11% Vol. A cheap and cheerful Prosecco, with fruity overtones and a slightly sweet taste.  This Prosecco is packaged with a screw-top instead of a cork.
  • Mionetto Prosecco Brut DOC, 11% Vol. Rich and fruity, with apple and vanilla notes which complement the dryness of this brut prosecco.  Fresh and lively on the palate, Mionetto Prosecco Brut DOC is made from 100% Glera grape and is often praised as being excellent value for money.
  • Bellenda San Fermo Prosecco Brut DOCG, 11.5% Vol. A stylish and contemporary spumante made from 100 per cent Glera grapes grown in Conegliano Valdobbiadene, the San Fermo Prosecco Brut DOCG is a luminous gold in colour, with a rich mousse and fine perlage.  Crisp on the palate, and with aromatic notes of apple, peach and acacia blossom, this Prosecco is excellent served with seafood, risotto and light pasta dishes.
  • Carpene Malvolti Prosecco di Conegliano Extra Dry DOC, 11% Vol. This Prosecco is pale gold in colour, with scents of green apple and citrus fruits, and it’s soft on the palate, with a fresh taste and very fine, persistent bubbles.  The Carpene Malvolit Prosecco Extra Dry is a popular drink which has received consistently high ratings in tasting events and consumer feedback.
  • Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero DOC, 10.5 %Vol. This is a light-bodied Prosecco with floral notes and a delicate fruity flavour. With fine and persistent perlage, and a clean finish on the palate, this Prosecco is a perfect accompaniment to chicken and seafood dishes.
  • Trulli Prosecco Brut DOC, 11 % Vol. Produced by the Zonin family, the Trulli Prosecco is a fully-sparkling Spumante with a light, fruity nose and delicate mousse.  Soft fruit flavours and a fresh, clean taste on the palate make this Prosecco an excellent aperitif or accompaniment to light dishes.
  • Adami Prosecco Frizzante DOC, 11% Vol. The Adami Frizzante from the Province of Treviso is a semi-sparkling Prosecco with fragrant, fruity aromas and a pleasantly crisp and acidulous palate.  The wine is a vibrant straw yellow in colour, with a creamy mouse and soft, long-lasting bubbles.  Ideal as an aperitif or a perfect complement to fish and other light dishes.
  • Valdo Marca Oro Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene DOCG, 11% Vol. This is an elegant and refined Prosecco with notes of orange and lemon zest, and a crisp and refreshing finish.
  • Tonin Villa Teresa Prosecco Frizzante DOC, 11% Vol. This Prosecco is made entirely of Glera grapes sourced from organically farmed vineyards in Veneto and Friuli. A pale straw colour, this Prosecco has tiny bubbles and is crisp and clean on the palate.  It has a refreshing bouquet reminiscent of apples and white peaches, and with its light-bodied character it makes a perfect match for oysters or light vegetarian dishes.
  • Le Vigne di Alice Prosecco Superiore Extra Dry DOCG, 11.2% Vol. This award-winning Prosecco is a blend of Glera, Verdiso and Bianchetta from Vittorio Veneto.  Its fine and persistent perlage gives it a delicate quality which is met with elegant notes of lime, pear, acacia and honey.  This Prosecco is a real treat, perfect as a celebratory aperitif, on its own or with hors d’oeuvres.
  • Aneri Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG, 11% Vol. A well-balanced Prosecco with persistent sparkle and a yellow-straw colour, with a floral nose and clear notes of acacia and wild flowers.  Clean and dry on the palate, this Prosecco from Valdobbiadene works wonderfully as an aperitif or with light seafood dishes.
  • Bele Casel Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry DOCG, 11% Vol. This Prosecco has an exquisitely fresh and fruity nose, with notes of acacia blossom, and a luxuriously creamy mousse.  Best served between 6?C and 8?C, this Prosecco makes a great pairing with seafood dishes and antipasti.
  • Conti Neri Bis Bis Prosecco Frizzante Rosato DOC, 10.5% Vol. This Prosecco gets its pink colour from a blend of Glera and Raboso grapes.  With notes of strawberry, raspberry and citrus fruits, this lightly-sparkling drink has a fruity but dry finish on the palate, and a delightful pale pink foam.
  • Bisol Jeio Prosecco Brut DOCG, 11.5% Vol. A blend of Glera, Verdiso and Pinot Bianco, this Prosecco from the hills of Valdobbiadene is combines notes of pear and apple blossom with a lightly floral flavour.  A fine perlage and dry finish on the palate make this Prosecco ideal as an aperitif or as a complement to light canapés.
  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry DOCG, 11.5% Vol. Produced with 100 per cent handpicked Glera grapes from the Valdobbiadene hillsides, this is an award-winning Prosecco in the traditional extra-dry style.  The Col Vetoraz Prosecco combines tiny, velvety bubbles with a crisp and dry finish on the palate.  Aromas of white peach, acacia, rose and citrus fruits add to its elegant finish.  Best served at 8?C.
  • Cupcake Prosecco DOC, 11.2% Vol. Made from 100 per cent Glera grape, this Prosecco combines a fine perlage with elegant aromas of grapefruit and honeydew melon.  With hints of lemon zest and toasted brioche on the palate, Cupcake Prosecco tends towards the sweeter end of the scale.
  • Drusian Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry DOCG, 11% Vol. This Prosecco expertly balances soft apple aromas with white peach and lavender for an elegant and refreshing finish.  Best served at 6-8?C, on its own or as an accompaniment to fish dishes.
  • Flor Prosecco DOC, 12% Vol. Produced by the Bastianich family, this is something of a ‘celebrity’ Prosecco in the USA.
  • Grifon Prosecco DOC – can’t find any info except small photos of label and user ratings.
  • Martellozzo Prosecco Extra Dry DOC, 11% Vol. Golden in colour, with tinges of green, this Prosecco exudes aromas of golden delicious apples and just-ripe pears.  With fine and persistent perlage, notes of toasted brioche, this wine is best served at 6-7?C, either alone or with light fish and vegetable dishes.
  • Mionetto ‘il’ Prosecco DOC, 10.5% Vol.  Made from 100 per cent Glera grape, this semi-sparkling Prosecco is a luminous gold in colour, with lively bubbles and a crisp finish on the palate.  Hints of green apple and white peach mingle with notes of pear and citrus on the nose.
  • Mionetto Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze DOCG, 11% Vol. Part of Mionetto’s luxury range, this Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze has a fine and persistent perlage, and a complex, yet harmonious taste.  Crisp apple and pear aromas mingle with sugared almonds and lemon cream.  Chill to 6-8?C before serving as an aperitif, or as an accompaniment to delicate seafood dishes and desserts.
  • Montelliana Prosecco Frizzante Extra Dry DOC, 11% Vol. Best served at 8-10?C, this semi-sparkling Prosecco is fruity and fresh, with notes of crisp apple and honeydew melon.
  • Montesel Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOC, 11% Vol. Made from 100 per cent Glera grape, this Prosecco combines notes of elderflower and wisteria with pear and apple blossom.
  • Presto Prosecco Brut DOC, 11% Vol. This is a dry Prosecco with notes of green apple, pear and citrus fruits. Enjoy as an aperitif or with light seafood dishes.
  • Riondo Frizzante Pink Prosecco, 10.5% Vol. Best served at 7-8?C, this elegant rose-pink Prosecco has persistent perlage and a fresh, off-dry finish.  Its pale pink colouring is due to the blend of Glera and Raboso grapes, and its lightly fruity flavour makes it perfect to pair with desserts.
  • Rivani Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG, 11% Vol. With persistent perlage, fruity notes and a clean, dry finish, this golden Prosecco works well with light seafood dishes, hors d’oeuvres, or simply on its own.  Serve at 8-10?C for optimum enjoyment.
  • San Giusepe Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene Brut DOCG, 11% Vol. With persistent bubbles, a distinctly aromatic character and a clean, dry finish on the palate, this fully-sparkling spumante makes an elegant aperitif with light hors d’oeuvres.
  • Santero Prosecco Twist Extra Dry DOC, 11.5% Vol. This pale gold Prosecco combines aromatic notes of elderflower and orchard fruits with soft peach and apple flavours.  Fruity and crisp, with fine and persistent perlage, this Prosecco is excellent served at 5-6?C with creamy cheeses and seafood dishes.
  • Santome Prosecco Superiore di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, 11.7% Vol. Made of 100 per cent handpicked Glera grape, this pale yellow Prosecco has a fine and persistent perlage, with a complex nose and intense notes of pear, apricot and white flowers.  Rich on the palate, with a well-balanced acidity and a hint of toasted brioche, this Prosecco is ideal served at 6-8?C with fried fish, white meat or fresh, mature cheeses.
  • Sant Orsola Prosecco DOC, 11.5% Vol. Lively on the palate, with notes of just-ripe pears and lemon zest, this fully-sparkling Prosecco works well with seafood dishes and white meat.
  • Torresella Prosecco Extra Dry DOC, 11.5% Vol. A fresh and fruity Prosecco with hints of nectarine and green apple, and a mellow yet crisp finish on the palate.  The Torresella Prosecco DOC has enough character to match mature cheeses or rich risottos.
  • Trevisiol Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry DOCG, 12% Vol. Crisp and dry, with green apple and citrus fruit aromas, this Prosecco is perfectly paired with delicately flavoured meat dishes and fruity desserts.  A light mousse and small, velvety bubbles make this perfect for toasting or as an accompaniment to a wide range of main courses.
  • Zardetto Prosecco Brut DOC Treviso, 11.5% Vol. Made with 100 per cent Glera grapes, this pale-straw coloured Prosecco has a lively perlage and rich aromas of lemon and herbs.  A clean and crisp finish makes this Prosecco an excellent aperitif which is best served at 7-9?
  • Zonin Prosecco Brut DOC, 11% Vol. Light-bodied and refreshing, this fully-sparkling Prosecco mixes subtle floral aromas with hints of almonds and fresh pear.  The versatility of this wine makes it equally suited as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to light fish dishes and fruit desserts.
  • Candoni Prosecco DOC, 10.5% Vol. This Prosecco is rather sweet compared with most, and is best served in flute-shaped glasses, between 6 and 8?  Honey flavours and aromatic fruity notes make this a perfect accompaniment to sushi, sashimi, and other raw dishes.
  • Salvatore Principe Prosecco DOC, 11% Vol. Made purely from Glera grapes, this fully-sparkling Prosecco mingles together peaches, nectarines and golden delicious apples.  Best enjoyed at around 8?C, this Prosecco is an ideal accompaniment to seafood pasta or spicy Asian dishes.