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Mini Prosecco 12 x 20cl

£71.88 £41.88

 
FREE DELIVERY (WORTH £6.99)
 

Case of 12 (only £3.49 a bottle)

Mini Prosecco 12 x 20cl has a rating of 5.0 stars based on 88 reviews.

Mini Prosecco 12 x 20cl

RRP £71.88 £41.88

 

Case of 12 (only £3.49 a bottle)

 
FREE DELIVERY (WORTH £6.99)
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MINI PROSECCO BOTTLES DOC SPARKLING WINE 20cl

11% vol. 75cl

 

Wine Description:

These multi-award-winning mini bottles of Prosecco DOC are just £3.49 per bottle, reduced from the RRP of £5.99 per bottle including FREE delivery when you buy 12 bottles or more. 

Celebrate in style with our award winning Mini Prosecco Bottles, and with free delivery, delighting your guests has never been easier. With 10 separate awards for quality this surely has to be one of the highest quality Prosecco DOCs available anywhere in the UK, in its price range.

Our Mini Bottles of Prosecco DOC Millesimato are made using Glera grapes from some of the finest vineyards in the Veneto region of North Eastern Italy, thereby ensuring the highest possible quality of Prosecco.
It has a pale straw colour with hints of honeysuckle, citrus, pear and apple, aromatic with a hint of sweetness and a fine delicate finish. These Mini Prosecco bottles are perfect for a party or as a gift.

One box contains 12 20cl bottles of sparkling wine

 

ORDER BY 4PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY FOR SAME DAY DISPATCH AND FAST & FREE UK DELIVERY




We provide FREE delivery on all orders placed before 4pm MONDAY TO FRIDAY (* subject to conditions outlined on our shipping page). Delivery of a case of wine will be 1 - 3 working days if the order is placed before 4pm MONDAY TO FRIDAY. Delivery for single bottles takes 2-3 working days.




FAQs - (Click On The Question To Reveal The Answer)

  • Q Why choose Premier Estates Mini Prosecco Bottles over other brands?
  • A If you’ve been looking online for mini Prosecco bottles, you can’t fail to notice the enormous number of different brands out there. But how many of those are award winners? The answer is "precious few". Prestigious awards are very difficult to come by. Our mini Prosecco has won no less than 10 awards at high profile competitions such as the International Wine Challenge (IWC), the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) and the Decanter World Wine Awards over the last few years which is testament to the amount of sheer hard work put into refining our product by our wine production team. All those awards and still keenly priced too.
  • Q Where is our Prosecco made?
  • A Premier Estates Mini Prosecco Bottles are made in North Eastern Italy, specifically in the town of Vazzola which is in the heart of the Veneto region. This particularly beautiful part of Italy has many amazing vineyards which are famous for producing truly wonderful grapes. The varying terrain means that the grapes have quite different characteristics depending upon the geographical height at which they were grown.
  • Q What is the production process for our Prosecco?
  • A The manufacturing method used by our wine making team to produce our award winning mini Prosecco bottles is most often referred to as the “Charmat Method” named after Frenchman Eugène Charmat, a pioneer in the use of glazed stainless steel tanks to facilitate the secondary fermentation stage.
  • Q What type of grape is used to make our Prosecco?
  • A Premier Estates Prosecco is made using Glera or “Prosecco” grapes exclusively. We choose not to blend our grapes with other varieties as this has a tendency to result in a different quality of wine year on year.
  • What are the differences between Prosecco and Champagne?
  • A Prosecco is a lighter, fruitier sparkling wine with a wide appeal due to the differences in the production methods of the two beverages. Champagne undergoes a longer secondary fermentation process and tends to be more of an acquired taste with less fruity, more toasty, biscuit flavour tones.
  • Q Why is Prosecco less expensive than Champagne?
  • A Let’s be clear here, Prosecco is most certainly not a “cheap alternative” to Champagne. It’s an entirely different wine which is not as costly to produce as Champagne. It’s as simple as that.
  • Q Can I make cocktails with Prosecco?
  • A You certainly can! Prosecco cocktails seem to be all the rage and we have a section of our website dedicated to a whole host of mouth-watering recipes, from Prosecco Margaritas to Prosecco Peach Bellinis. Why not take a look? Our mini Prosecco bottles contain just the right amount of Prosecco to make the perfect cocktail.
  • Q Can I buy Pink Prosecco?
  • A We hear this question a lot. As mentioned previously, the majority of Prosecco sparkling wine is made exclusively using Glera grapes which are a white grape variety. The pink hue of some wines comes from the skins of red grapes used to make them. Therefore, you can’t get pink Prosecco as it’s made using white grapes, but you can try our amazingly popular sparkling Grand Rosé. It has more than 500 five star reviews so we’re pretty confident you’ll love it.
  • Q Can I place a bulk order for Premier Estates Mini Prosecco bottles for a special event?
  • A Absolutely! We deliver Mini Prosecco bottles all over the UK to wedding venues, corporate events and social gatherings of all kinds. Just call and speak to a member of our sales team to find out how we can help make your event even more special.
  • Q What temperature should this wine be served at?
  • A Serve this wine chilled (7-10°C) to ensure that you get the best characteristics out of the wine.
  • Q How long will this wine last once it’s opened?
  • A Once opened, sparkling wine should be consumed within 24 hours.
  • Q How should I store this wine?
  • A Wines with a screwcap are fine to be stored standing up. Keep all wines away from bright light (both natural or artificial) and keep at a cool and constant temperature, ideally between 10-15°C.
  • Q Should I decant this wine?
  • A You can serve our Prosecco straight from the bottle into flutes, but any wine can be decanted. The reason for decanting is to aerate the wine, decanting can help a younger vintage open up, calm down the effervescence and let the aromas develop.