£12.99£12.99 per 75cl
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Suitable for vegetarians
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (107)
Could not get the cork out without a fight then was completely flat and undrinkable! All 4 bottles the same !
Ok I accept I made a mistake - EXTRA DRY does not mean EXTRA DRY ! Very very sweet . Read other reviews before buying. No wonder it was half price !
Its OK. Not the best Ive had. For those who are questioning as to why an Extra Dry Prosecco is a bit sweet, its because it is. Its a confusing labelling-system but from most dry to sweet is: Extra Brut, Brut, Extra Dry, Dry/Sec and Demi-Sec. I think there may be a Doux too which would be a dessert-type wine and nowhere to be found in my cabinet. Yuk. So Extra Dry, in Prosecco terms, is actually medium sweet. Also, if anyone cares, D.O.C.G. is superior to D.O.C. They both state their origin, but the G (in the former) stands for guaranteed quality and should come with a numbered government seal. Any wine with this on it has been subjected to a wine-quality tasting panel. And just because... Frizzante = finer, more gentle bubbles. Spumante = maximum bubbleness. Youre welcome.
one of my favourites
Lovely crisp dry Prosecco and great value when on offer . Try it you wont be disappointed
I tried this for the first time at New Year, really decent dry crisp Prosecco, would definitely purchase again.
No bubbles for our new year toast
Unfortunately bought two bottles and both flat, very disappointing, wish we had stuck to the usual waitrose prosecco