7 of the best supermarket Prosecco to buy in the UK
7 August 2018, 14:52 | Updated: 8 August 2018, 15:09
Need to celebrate something? Open the bottle of prosecco...
Prosecco's easy flavour and relatively cheap price tag has meant that we Brits now apparently consume a third of all bottles produced.
The sparkling wine is great value compared to Champagne or Cava, and also has a smaller alcohol and calorie content than its posh cousins.
And now that we've been told the UK's heatwave doesn't show signs of going away until October, there's no better reason than to grab another glass.
We've selected a handful of the greatest bottles you can easily purchase at your local supermarket.
Aldi: Valdobbiadene Prosecco Spumante Superiore DOCG
Price: £7.99 / Buy it now
Aldi has had plenty of low-priced luxury bottles over the past few years, and this is one of their best.
It comes in a stylish bottle, and has a perfectly fresh and crisp finish.
Harvey Nichols: Nino Franco Prosecco Rustico
Price: £18.50 / Buy it now
Founded by Antonio Franco in 1919 and now run by his grandson Primo, Nino Franco is one of Valdobbiadene’s longest-running wineries.
This Prosecco Rustico is a consistent gold medal winner, and has a soft fruit sweetness and a completely dry finish.
Sainsbury’s: Taste the Difference Conegliano Prosecco 2015
Price: £10 / Buy it now
This bottle has both a tangy citrus taste and gentle apricot flavours.
It’s also not too dry and is best served chilled as an Apéritif.
Tesco: Finest Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG
Price: £10 / Buy it now
This fantastic and affordable bottle is perfectly dry, and has green fruit and citrus flavours.
Plus, it looks pretty posh and swish in your collection.
Waitrose: NV Glera Italian Prosecco
Price: £7.89 / Buy it now
Perfect dinner party bottle. It's light and palate-cleansing, and has elements of sweet almond.
We'd recommend this one if you need something refreshing to casually drink throughout an evening.
Asda: Extra Special Prosecco Asolo Brut
Price: £8 / Buy it now
Coming from the vineyards of Italy, this bottle of wine has apple flavours and plenty of wild flower aromas.
It also has a surprisingly lack of fizz, and so is very easy to drink. Asda says you should serve with peach juice for a classic Bellini.
Lidl: Allini Prosecco Treviso Frizzante
Price: £5.65 / Buy it now
At such a cheap price, this is a great find.
This bottle Prosecco has light pear flavours, and is perhaps the choice if you need something soft for cocktail mixers.