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Five brilliant Proseccos for under £10

It’s not difficult to find great fizz at high prices, but the real challenge comes in discovering something delicious and inexpensive. Well, we’ve done the hard work for you, and rounded up five brilliant Proseccos for under £10, following the UK’s largest sampling of this popular Italian sparkling.

All these wines deliver the wonderful qualities of Prosecco, but without the high cost that can come with sourcing brilliant fizz.

Selected from the best sub £10 performers in the Prosecco Masters 2020, which is the largest annual blind tasting of Prosecco in the UK, each one has been independently assessed without any knowledge of the producer responsible for crafting the sparkling wine.

While they may not represent the ultimate expressions of this Italian product (although you can see those by clicking here), each of the wines below scored highly for their quality to price ratio, delivering Prosecco’s appealing mix of peach and pear flavours along with its soft creamy mouth-cleansing fizz.

So please read on to discover the best value Proseccos on the market today, and to find out more about how they were selected.

5. Cielo e Terra, Casa Defra, Prosecco Spumante d’Oro, DOC, Brut, NV

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Producer: Cielo e Terra
Vintage: Non-vintage
Residual sugar: 12g/l
Medal: Gold – The Prosecco Masters 2020

An attractive mix of fruit flavours from ripe apple to peach and melon makes this an open, aromatic, and enticing Prosecco. In the mouth this is clean and pure, with masses of apricot, almost like fizzy Viognier. Such flavours are complemented by a smooth, creamy mousse, and while it’s quite sweet, there is enough brightness to refresh on the finish. Overall, an appealing Prosecco in a fruity style – and very good for the price.

4. Passaparola Prosecco Spumante DOC, Brut, NV

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Producer: Pradio Vineyards
Vintage: Non-vintage
Residual sugar: 12g/l
Medal: Gold – The Prosecco Masters 2020

Leading with an inviting set of aromatics from apple and pear, and a touch of peach, this is a fruity Prosecco that pleases the palate with a smooth-textured fizz, a hint of sweetness, and a chalky refreshing edge. Balanced and mouth-filling, this is a Prosecco that packs a lot of punch for the cash.

3. Costellore Prosecco Spumante DOC, Extra Dry, NV

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Producer: Fratelli Martini
Vintage: Non-vintage
Residual sugar: 15g/l
Medal: Gold – The Prosecco Masters 2020

Pretty aromatics from orange blossom to peach and pear fruit. Then, a full, sweet sensation in the mouth, followed by some ripe apple on the finish, giving a feeling of freshness, despite the obvious sweetness. A balanced, full-on fizz for the money.

2. Riunite Prosecco DOC Treviso Spumante Extra Dry, NV

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Producer: Cantine Riunite
Vintage: Non-vintage
Residual sugar: 13g/l
Medal: Silver – The Prosecco Masters 2020

Pleasing aromatics and flavours of peach and pear drop, with a clean, fresh finish makes this a good, bright Prosecco in a lighter style.

1. Bosco dei Cirmioli Prosecco Spumante DOC, Extra Dry, NV

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Producer: Bosco Viticultori
Vintage: NV
Residual sugar: 15g/l
Medal: Gold – The Prosecco Masters 2020

Masses of peachy aromatics make this an enticing Prosecco from the first sniff. It then delivers lots of ripe pear and apricot fruit, a mouth-filling creamy fizz, some sweetness, and then a chalky finish for refreshment. A fruity, quite sweet, and very appealing example that offers the Prosecco lover a lot of flavour for the money.

About The Prosecco Masters

The Prosecco Masters, now in its seventh year, is a competition exclusively for the Italian sparkling wine, run by the drinks business. This year’s event saw more than 100 entries judged blind, with the best wines were awarded medals that ranged from Bronze through to Gold, as well as Master, the ultimate accolade, given only to exceptional wines in the tasting.

Those wishing to enter future competitions can enter online here or by emailing

Please click here to read more about the competition.

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