Add some fizz to your festivities with our top bottles of Prosecco for under a tenner

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  • 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.

    Borgo Molino


    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!

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