Five outstanding Proseccos to fit any budget

Andreola, Mas de Fer Rive di Soligo, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, Extra Dry, 2018

If you are looking for a Prosecco with everything, then this should be your pick. With layers of fruit, from apple to pear and peach, it displays all the flavour characters of Prosecco. And, with a pleasing touch of sweetness, offset by a tangy note on the finish, it manages to be rich and creamy, while remaining refreshing.

The Prosecco also gives drinkers a taste of the rare Rive classification, used only for particular sub-zones with distinct and high-quality sites. And the Mas de Fer is one of the most sought-after, taking fruit from the Col de Fer at 400 metres above sea level. It should be added that Andreola, a producer that specialises in top end Proseccos from top terroirs, founded by a former professional cyclist, was the best performer in this year’s competitions, picking up no fewer than three Masters – half the total awarded of this particular accolade, which is the competition’s ultimate honour.

Retail: £30
Residual sugar: Extra Dry (14g/l)

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