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  1. From the Hills around Treviso comes this Organic Prosecco. Classic aromas of white peach and green apple, fresh and soft on the palate, well balanced with a crisp finish.
    $19.95 Bottle
  2. Bortolin Angelo founded in 1968 and now run by his children. Fruity and off-dry at first, then crisp and refreshing. From the prestigious Valdobbiadene sub-region, this is top Prosecco!
  3. A wine dedicated to a man, nature and passion for Prosecco. Fruit forward with appealing pear, lemon and honey characters, with some lovely light floral notes. Delicioso!
    $22.95 Bottle
  4. Classic Prosecco! Bursting with appealing fruit character; apple, white peach and honeysuckle aromas, with tart green apples and ripened limes offering a clean finish.
    $22.95 Bottle

    special $21.50

  5. This handy Aperol Spritz cocktail pack contains 1 x Aperol Aperitivo 700ml and 1 x Cinzano Prosecco 750ml. Great summer cocktail!
    $46.90 Pack
  6. This Premium Prosecco from the prestigious Valdobbiadene subregion is fine and elegant, fresh and crisp on the palate leading to a citrus finish. Green apple and hints of white peach invites you to a second glass.
  7. Fine bright perlage and light rosé colour. Delicate and complex bouquet with fruity notes that remind of peach, green apple and lemon. Floral notes of acacia and rose. Fresh and light on the palate, with balanced acidity and body. Round and full bodied structure.
  8. A bright Rosé with fine perlage. Ripe red berries and white flowers on the nose. The wine is extremely fresh yet velvety on the palate.
  9. From the premium Prosecco district of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG in North Eastern Italy comes this Superiore example of Italy's famous sparkling wine. Labelled 'Extra Dry' this actually means it has slightly higher residual sugar from the grapes than most sparkling wines - labelled 'Brut'
  10. From the premium Prosecco district of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG in North Eastern Italy comes this Superiore example of Italy's famous sparkling wine. Labelled 'Extra Dry', this actually means it has slightly higher residual sugar from the grapes than most sparkling wines, normally labelled 'Brut'.
  11. Crisp, refreshing and fruity - it's the perfect prosecco. Not too sweet, the notes are peach and apricot, and the finish is very dry indeed.
    $16.95 Bottle
  12. Bright grape and green apple aromas, crisp and refreshing, yet a nice ripe fruit richness that makes this amazingly easy to drink. Just add peach nectar for the perfect Bellini!
    $15.95 Bottle

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