Sales of Prosecco continued to grow in the UK on- and off-trade in 2014, but not at the expense of Champagne, according to the fourth annual Lanson category report.
Producers are looking to capitalise on an impending Prosecco shortfall with lookalike sparkling wines from Spain and Australia.
With the global thirst for Prosecco showing no sign of slowing, stocks of the Italian sparkler could dry up by the summer one leading producer has warned.
The Wine Society has been forced to recall several batches of its own-brand Prosecco amid fears that the bottles might shatter.
Prosecco is continuing to win the hearts of UK consumers with 95% regarding it as “very good”, and beating Champagne in the value stakes.
Prosecco brand Follador has been awarded a supply contract by the Belmond Hotel Cipriani in Venice, celebrated for its cuisine and renowned for its famous fans and eye-watering prices.
McGuigan Wines is launching a sparkling Semillon to take on Prosecco in the UK market.
Just in time for summer, a pair of young entrepreneurs have launched what they claim to be the world’s first Bellini-flavoured ice lolly made with real Prosecco.
A pioneering family-run Italian winery is hoping to raise the bar for organic wines in Hong Kong.
With Prosecco currently breaking sales records left, right and centre, we round up a few things that everyone should know about Italy’s famed fizz.
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