We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.
Delicate sparkling wine from Luxembourg with flavours of stone fruit and honey.
A nose full of lightly yeasty aromas. The palate offers fresh, gentle lime fruit delivered with a fine mousse, giving the wine a creamy texture on the finish. Perfect with cheese and canapes.
Representing Heidsieck's Pinot-dominant, rich yet approachable house style, this cuvée offers a harmonious balance between crisp golden fruit, satisfying brioche notes and an abundant mousse.
Pale lemon yellow with a fine, shimmering mouse. Clean, dry and elegant on the tongue.
Fresh strawberry flavours abound in this delicate rose Champagne before flowing into a finish of cream and brioche.
A light and fruity Champagne with fine discreet bubbles and subtle overtones of apples and pears. Has undergone 4 years cellar ageing.
Pommery launched the first commercial successful Brut Champagne in 1874. The Brut Royal follows in that tradition with lively, fresh and vivacious flavours of citrus and apple with floral notes.
This wine from a favourite majestic producer, La Gioiosa, comes from the premier area for Prosecco production; the hilly area between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
Pale straw yellow with a fine and persistent mousse. Aromas are lightly floral and fruity.
A pale, lightly aromatic and easy-drinking sparkling wine, with a soft mousse and an off-dry feel. Gentle flavours of pear, clementine and white apple are lifted by soft acidity.
A pale straw colour with a fine mousse and typical fruit characters of apples and pineapples. Ideal as an apéritif or to accompany a light lunch.