Personalised Prosecco 20cl Mirabello
High Volume Prices From: £10.00
A great gift idea, present that special someone with their own personalised 20cl bottle of Prosecco
Prosecco is the perfect alternative to Champagne, classy and stylish, full of bubbles and plenty of fizz, it’s the perfect way to toast any special occasion so why not surprise someone special with their very own mini bottle to celebrate in style. The bottle comes with its own wooden gift box with a clear lid displaying the bottle inside.
- We can personalise with your company logo and message
- We can personalise with your personal message
We can supply as individual bottles or with presentation wooden box
Alcohol – please drink sensibly at all times
Alc – 11% Vol
Size : 20cl
|Facts about the wine|
|Region||Italy / Veneto / Prosecco|
|Wine style||Italian Prosecco|
Clarity: clean with lingering bubbles Hue: Straw Yellow Nose: fresh green apple, lemon, citrus, and a floral quality to it like white flowers Palate: light, crisp and refreshing with nuances of tart green apple and Meyer lemon Body: Light Acidity: Medium(+) Finish: a bitter almond medium finish Price: $9.99 Rating: 90/100
A beautiful, somewhat less popular, and often less expensive comparison to Champagne, Prosecco is a deliciously dry sparkling wine with crisp acidity, low sugar, with plenty of fruit and character.
Associated with high value at low cost, Prosecco is the perfect option in situations where you want or need a sparkling wine.
Traditionally from the Veneto (North-Eastern Italy), Prosecco dons the name for a small village and is fermented almost solely from a grape called Glera. Most Prosecco is non-vintage – which means it doesn’t come with a year of production on the label.
This wine is not made in the traditional method of “champagne making” with riddling, rebottling and such, which, combined with non vintage production, makes the wine more affordable than champagne. But do not worry; lb for lb (or dollar for dollar), Prosecco is often a far tastier option than the French sparkling alternative.
Traditionally served as an aperitif, Prosecco can also be enjoyed with salty cured meats, caviar, or even your favourite dessert. Prosecco is not generally considered a wine to collect.