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  1. Casa Defra Prosecco Frizzante Gift

  2. Casa Defra Prosecco Frizzante Gift

    Casa Defra and in particular the Cielo family have once again produced a great tasting Prosecco Frizzante. The family pride themselves on sustainable...

    £27.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  3. Prosecco Spumante Gift

  4. Prosecco Spumante Gift

    A great tasting Prosecco Spumante from the Casa Defra family vineyards. The Spumante is the most popular style of Prosecco produced and is the full sp...

    £28.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  5. Gold Prosecco Gift

  6. Gold Prosecco Gift

    This Prosecco is fantastic, not only does it look superb but it tastes amazing too! With a fresh and crisp citrus taste and presented in a gold wrappe...

    £36.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  7. Prosecco Wine And Chocolates Gift

  8. Prosecco Wine And Chocolates Gift

    A single bottle of Prosecco Spumante wine together with a box of chocolate truffles(110g). Presented in a wooden gift box lined with wood wool. Person...

    £37.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  9. Rose Gold Prosecco Gift

  10. Rose Gold Prosecco Gift

    This is a Rose Prosecco and is superb, not only does it look fantastic but it tastes amazing too! With a fresh fruit character,it has notes of strawbe...

    £37.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  11. Prosecco Mixed Two Bottle Wine Gift in Wooden Box

  12. Prosecco Mixed Two Bottle Wine Gift in Wooden Box

    Everyone loves Prosecco at the moment, so send them this gift of our two proseccos from Casa Defra. The first one is a Frizzante, which is semi-sparkl...

    £40.50

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  13. Prosecco Sparkling Wine And Pate Gift

  14. Prosecco Sparkling Wine And Pate Gift

    A single bottle of sparkling Italian Prosecco Wine together with Cottage Delight Farmhouse Pate with Pork (90g), a jar of fabulous Pickle (115g) and O...

    £39.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  15. Prosecco And Flowers

  16. Prosecco And Flowers

    Send this wonderful gift comprising of a lovely bouquet of hand-tied flowers together with a bottle of the great tasting Bottega Gold Prosecco. All ou...

    £66.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  17. Prosecco Two Bottle Wine Gift in Wooden Box

  18. Prosecco Two Bottle Wine Gift in Wooden Box

    Double bubble in this gift. Send not one but two bottles of our best selling Prosecco. This Spumante from Casa Defra tastes fantastic and will always...

    £41.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  19. Prosecco Frizzante Gift Box

  20. Prosecco Frizzante Gift Box

    Casa Defra and in particular the Cielo family have once again produced a great tasting Prosecco Frizzante. The family pride themselves on sustainable...

    £25.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  21. Prosecco Sparkling Wine Magnum

  22. Prosecco Sparkling Wine Magnum

    A great tasting Prosecco from Bella Modella. It has a rounded flavour with a vibrant mousse uplifting aroma. The Prosecco magnum comes complete in our...

    £48.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery
  23. Aperol Spritz Gift Set

  24. Aperol Spritz Gift Set

    The Aperol Spritz has its history firmly planted in Northern Italy where it is mainly drunk as an aperitif. Aperol itself is an infusion of herbs and...

    £48.00

    Price Includes Free Next Day UK Mainland Delivery

Champagne Vs Prosecco

Champagne is so called because of the region in which it's made, similar methods are used in the manufacture of Prosecco - but there are crucial differences that set Champagne apart from the rest.

Champagne's 'Methode Champenoise' process has strict regulations that require non-vintage varietals to be aged 'on the lees' in the bottle for at least 15 months. This means that the Champagne is kept in the bottle with the sediment that forms, while it's gradually turned and inverted until it's time for the lees, or sediment, to be removed.

For Prosecco, the Italian Charmat method is applied. Secondary fermentation takes place in steel enamel-covered tanks rather than in the individual bottles and the resulting fizz is then bottled under pressure in a continuous process.

Prosecco hails from the Veneto region in northeast Italy and is produced primarily from the prosecco or glera grape, which is native to the Veneto region of Italy.

Prosecco is generally characterized by notes of green apples, citrus and white flowers that are usually light and delicate and not exceedingly complex. Some prosecco even borders on sweet, or what's known as off-dry.

Prosecco is an affordable sparkling wine that is an excellent everyday option. It's also a great choice for sparkling wine-based cocktails