Prosecco Mix x12

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$15

a bottle

  • A stunning Prosecco selection
  • Wines from King Valley, Mornington Peninsula and Italy
  • From Stefano De Pieri. T'Gallant and Italian producers Tenuta Ca' Bolani and Ciao Bella

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Stefano De Pieri Di Qualita Prosecco NV This beautiful Prosecco from the King Valley is dry and refreshing with crisp fruit flavours of fine citrus, green apple and pear tang. It's excellent as an aperitif and complements an antipasto platter perfectly.

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T'gallant Prosecco NV Nestled in the hills of Victoria's Mornington Peninsula, T'Gallant produce fresh, food-friendly Australian wines with vibrant personalities inspired by the Italian and provincial way of life. Their Prosecco is fresh and dry with aromas of citrus, apple and pear leading to a bright zesty finish. It makes a great aperitif or complement to an antipasto platter.
Tenuta Ca'bolani Prosecco Doc NV Quite possibly the trendiest wine variety of the moment, this supeb Italian Prosecco is harmoniously pleasant, with musk, a spritz of sweet almond and fresh apple. With a creamy mousse texture filling the palate, it's a big step above most.
Ciao Bella Prosecco Nv NV Ciao Bella has been made with true Italian passion for perfection. Their beautiful Italian Proseco is light and fresh and clean on the palate. It's perfect as an aperitif, or during or after dinner.
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