Calneggia DOC Prosecco Rose

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Brown Brothers Prosecco

With access to some of the very best vineyard land in the King Valley, Brown Brothers are able to craft an authentic Prosecco with all the hallmarks this style has become famous for. The elevated terroir produces a sparkling that is both crisp and gentle, with delicate lemon-pear flavours. Lively acidity through the palate complemented by a terrific long finish. The Italian influence here is for all to see. (Limited edition bottle**)

Brown Brothers Prosecco Rosé

Brown Brothers have added the Prosecco Rosato to join the original, and much loved, Prosecco. In the glass there is a rose-gold colour and a soft nose of strawberry and apple skins. With the addition of a touch of Cienna to the Prosecco, the sparkling wine retains its trademark acidity while showcasing a softer, rounder side to the palate. Brown Brothers Prosecco Rosato is made to be enjoyed young while at its light and delicate best. (Limited edition bottle**)

Sensi Prosecco DOC 18k Gold

This striking limited edition GOLD bottle will be the easiest gift you give this year. It's no surprise to us that Prosecco is becoming so popular in Australia it's got the whole package. Fresh, lively, and loaded with fruit character, it is both the perfect aperitif and a standalone winner. From the north of Italy, Prosecco is one of the most approachable bubblies you can get your hands on. We have been on the lookout for the perfect Prosecco for a while and here it is. The Sensi is loaded with generous apples, pears and stonefruit, with a refreshing and dry finish.

Maison Prosecco Rose

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Jacob's Creek Reserve Sparkling Prosecco

With flavours that run from finely sliced nectarine to a tickle of mandarin and back to a hint of musk, the Jacob's Creek prosecco is equipped to take on the chill and sweetness of gelato. It has rose petal texture and grapefruit acidity, which makes drinking brilliantly fresh but dangerously easy.

Porta Dante Prosecco Superiore DOCG

Porta Dante Prosecco Superiore DOCG has a bright straw yellow hue and lingering streams of tiny bubbles usher in subtle aromatics of white flowers with apple and peach-like white-fleshed fruits. Stimulationg freshness on the full-bodied, elegant palate brings out the long suite of subtly nuanced aromatics.

Santa Margherita Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene

Santa Margherita Prosecco di Valdobbiandene has a very fine, persistent bead and scents of apples and pears that act as a prelude to the flavors of ripe stone fruit with a bit of melon and orange. Fresh and lively with a long, dry, yeasty finish. Bargain.

Jacob's Creek Prosecco Spritz

Jacob's Creek Prosecco Spritz is a refreshing take on the classic aperitivo, made with crisp Prosecco blended with blood orange, botanicals and a twist of bitters. This sophisticated, ready-to-serve product is best served over ice with a slice of grapefruit which beautifully compliments the bitter sweet citrus notes. It's the perfect, stylish accompaniment when catching up with friends for an afternoon celebration or getting ready for a night out.

Mionetto Prestige Collection Prosecco Treviso Brut

The grapes used to produce Mionetto's Prestige Prosecco Brut are obtained from the province of Treviso, an area that has always been dedicated to the production quality Prosecco. This is a dry style sparkling wine with a structure that distinguishes itself by its intense and subtle bubbles and its fruity fragrance of golden delicious apples, liquorice, honey and acacia.

Dalfarras Prosecco

Sourced from lush vineyards in Goulburn Valley, the grapes for crafting Dalfarras Prosecco were harvested and crushed to retain intense fruit flavours. It features a pale straw colour with bright tints. This stunning Prosecco offers a fragrant nose and luscious palate full of pear, lemon and citrus characters. The aromas and flavours in the wine culminate in a vibrant and zesty finish showing fine spritz. This dazzling white wine can be cellared for 2 years from vintage, drinking best with Italian bruschetta and light seafood platters.