Spritz(er) up your Christmas with the best Proseccos without the hefty price tag
Are you a wine novice panicking over which Prosecco you should be popping to impress the mother-in-law on Christmas Day?
Fear not, we have slaved away here at Housetohome headquarters and tasted numerous brands and bottles to create the definitive list of the best Proseccos under £10.
It was a hard task, a chore some may even say, but we did it for you, readers, so you may have a corker of a quaffable Christmas.
Have a merry Merry Christmas!
SPAR: Perlezza Prosecco Brut
RRP £9 (currently on offer at £6 until January 1)
By popular demand, the winning Prosecco for the party of all parties is Spar’s Brut – an eclectic mix of silky pearl aromas and citrus characteristics that will suit all palates. And at £6, it doesn’t come better than that.
SAINSBURYS: Pignoletto DOC Spumante
Fresh and crisp, this apple green and peach blend would work perfectly with a charcuterie board and some smelly cheeses as an after dinner treat.
BUDGENS: Mionetto Prosecco DOC Treviso
This Prosecco has been awarded a DOC meaning it meets an elite standard of grape in Italy. The result us a sharp, zesty wine.
VIRGIN WINE: II Cortile Sereno Prosecco Brut NV
This Brut is a ‘very quaffable’ sparkling wine with crisp and citrus elements that would pair perfectly with a creamy desert or rich sauce. Did someone say cheesecake?
ALDI: Valdobbiadene Prosecco Spumante DOCG
Aldi’s extra dry tipple will be popular amongst Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay lovers. Light and refreshing, this Prosecco has mild flavours and delicate bubbles.
Produced by a sibling trio in Italy, this Prosecco has soothing lemon and pear hints. Super refreshing and very sweet, this would go well with a heavy chocolate desert.
OCADO: Abbazia Prosecco
With less of a pungent spark than some others, Abbazia’s mild flavouring has quiet bursts of elegant aromas that wouldn’t overpower a light fish or white meat meal.
TESCO: Bisol Prosecco
This peachy and pear pairing makes a very light and fruity bubble perfect with a smoked salmon starter or a light meal.
And to add some extra festive magic to any glass of Prosecco, just add a splash of Chambord – a delicious black raspberry liqueur!