Prosecco NV

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Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)

We have Prosecco and we’re not afraid to use it... to start the evening or end the day, there’s nothing like a glass of this tantalizing and vivacious sparkling. Exuding delicate pear and citrus over soft bubbles and a fine, refreshing finish. No excuses necessary. 

Tasting Notes

Indulge in the tantalizing and vivacious nature of this sparkling wine, which offers a sensory experience like no other. On the palate, it delights with flavours of white peach, guava, and zesty lemon zest, all harmoniously merging to create a clean and crisp finish. The aroma is a captivating medley of citrus, melon, lemon, almonds, and a touch of honey, further enhancing the allure of this exquisite sparkling wine. Pair it with fresh seafood dishes for a delightful marriage of flavours, or savour its charm alongside a beetroot, ancient grain, and fetta salad. For a truly satisfying meal, the wine complements Pasta Primavera, providing a shiver of anticipation with every sip.

Food Pairings

Fresh seafood, beetroot, ancient grain and fetta salad, pasta primavera. 

  • 1x Trophy

  • 1x Gold

  • 3x Bronze


  • 2023 Rutherglen Wine Show 28/09/2023

    Wines of the King Valley – Best Australian Sparkling Wine

The winemaking process of this Prosecco begins with the gentle pressing of the grapes, directing the juice to stainless steel tanks for a long and cool fermentation. During this time, the wine is aged on yeast lees, adding complexity and depth to its character. Natural carbonation is achieved through the Charmat fermentation method, ensuring the presence of lively bubbles. This Prosecco can be cellared for up to 3 years, allowing it to develop further complexity over time.

Vineyard RegionKing Valley
Wine AnalysisAlc/Vol: 11.5%

A luminous pale straw colour, radiating the freshness of a spring morning.


Citrus, melon, lemon, almonds and honey.


White peach, guava and lemon zest with a clean crisp finish.

Peak Drinking

Best enjoyed while young and fresh.

Growing Conditions

The Prosecco grapes thrive in growing conditions that mimic the climate of their traditional home in Veneto. With long, warm summer days and cool nights, the vines benefit from optimal temperature variations. The fruit for this Prosecco comes primarily from vineyards in the King Valley region of Victoria, along with other carefully selected vineyards. Harvesting takes place during the coolness of the night, when the grapes are at their optimal ripeness. Machine picking ensures efficiency and preserves the quality of the fruit. The harvest period extends from February to early April, with Baume levels ranging from 9.5 to 11, indicating the desired sugar content in the grapes. These favourable growing conditions contribute to the vibrant and expressive character of the Prosecco wine.