Love a drop of Prosecco so to hear that Aldi is now selling hangover free bubbles, is exciting news.
The budget supermarket’s new Organic Prosecco is just £7.99 which contains fewer sulphite preservatives than a normal bottle of bubbly, so it’s thought that drinking it doesn’t cause such an intense hangover. The fact the grapes are grown with ‘no pesticides or herbicides’ means it could lessen the effects.This bottle of bubbly is sourced from the Corvezzo family’s 150-hectare estate, 30km north-east of Venice and the winery is also committed to using renewable energy. You can buy it online and the reviews are amazing, with some reviewers indeed saying that it gives no headaches!
I did a bit of research about the Prosecco, and on the other side of the fence are the guys at …
I don’t often write about one off deals, but this got my attention as I am a big Prosecco fan!
Just in time for the August Bank Holiday, for its latest ‘Pay Day Deal’ Bargain Booze is offering a Magnum of Prosecco – the equivalent of two bottles – for just £10.99.
Available in Bargain Booze stores nationwide across the bank holiday weekend, the delicious bubbly will be the cheapest magnum of prosecco available in the UK, representing a whopping 47% saving vs competitor supermarket deals.
With a light and fruity taste, the Italian ‘I Heart Prosecco’ is ideal as an aperitif, an accompaniment to bank holiday dinner parties or for a classy addition to a summer barbeque. As prosecco sales show no signs of slowing down, this bargain bottle is set to fly the …
I’m a big wine fan and, although I am more partial to a juicy robust red, I can drink both white and red wine equally. So, when Aldi introduced ‘The Exquisite Collection’, a premium range of wines at far from premium prices, I was happy to try one of each.
The white wine I tried was the Gavi, priced at £5.49 (75cl). Produced from the Cortese grapes grown around the town of Gavi in Italy – hence its name – this wine is described as “refreshing and aromatic boasting flavours of tangy lemon, weighty fruit and subtle waxy nuttiness”.
I found it to be as sharp and fruity as promised with a lovely subtle nutty flavoured finish that I really enjoyed – similar to sweet almond, rather than peanut. The initial two sips …
While doing my research for Christmas gifts, I found this great list of wine ideas. I am always stuck on what wine works well with what occasion, so this is a really handy list and makes you sound like you know what you’re talking about if you buy one of these wines and take it as a gift ;-).
This 12 wines of Christmas list includes wines that are perfect for most special Christmas meet ups…and even goes so far as to tell you what food the wines complement. These aren’t your bargain basement plonk either, so they are rather good value for money.