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  • July 31, 2017 You Won't Believe How Good This Tastes

    You Won't Believe How Good This Tastes

    Click on the image above to view the video on how to make this divine drink.

    Prosecco, Raspberries & Vanilla Ice Cream sounds like a Summer match made in heaven. You won't believe how good this combination tastes.

    How to make this delicious Prosecco, Raspberries and Vanilla Ice Cream cocktail:

    Add 4 raspberries to an empty glass, top up with Prosecco

    Add Vanilla ice cream

    Garnish with raspberries and mint leaves

     
     
    Caution: This is very tasty ;)!
  • July 27, 2017 How to make the Perfect Peach Bellini!

    The sun's out and what better way is there to enjoy it than with a Peach Bellini? To make this delicious cocktail, simply add one part peach juice, one part crushed ice... and fill up with Prosecco. Cheers to that!
  • July 18, 2017 5 Wine Slushies to try this summer!
    Strawberry Slushy

     

    Prosecco, Ice, Fruit, Sunshine - Definitely a winning combo

    What better way to cool down on a hot summer's day than to enjoy a fruity, ice cold drink? We've put a boozy spin on these slushies so you can beat the heat and get your fill of some of our delicious wines! These are perfect for any occasion, and so easy to make, so sit back, relax and enjoy the sunshine with these delicious treats!

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  • July 11, 2017 Prosecco Vs Champagne
    Prosecco Vs Champagne

    Comparing Two Very Different Sparklers

    Prosecco and Champagne may be almost impossible to differentiate just by looking at a glass of each, with that pale straw colour and bubbles, but when it comes to the taste and bouquet of each, they couldn’t be more different.

    In this article we'll be taking a closer look at what makes Italian sparkling Prosecco so different from its French rival.

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