No virus is in the air and lockdown restrictions are being lifted, which can mean only one thing: it’s time to get out the house! For all your al fresco sipping needs, we’ve rounded up our favourite canned prosecco out there!!
Long gone are the days of glugging a bottle of prosecco in the park or beach! Canned prosecco is just the right size to slip into your handbag for an impromptu gathering or to pack a box of 4 of them along with an inflatable tent for a weekend of fun in the sun.
Cans can be better for the environment, too. They weigh less, they’re always a single-serve option, and they tend to be recycled more than glass. Also, some of these cans are transported in bulk to Britain before being canned here, which saves on energy too!
Whether you’re looking to add a little sparkle to your al fresco dining experience or fizz ready for a trip to the park, you don’t have to waste time looking for alcohol deals online, Quello’s Canned prosecco is available to pick up in-store now as part of the weekly shop.
Which canned prosecco is the best on the market?
Quello is a naturally fermented, gently sparkling canned prosecco produced by blending Italy’s Trebbiano and Pagadebit grapes.
Quello comes in a slim, recyclable single-serve 200ml cans. It is crisp, zesty, and refreshing, and is canned without compromising on quality or taste. With quality, origin, sustainability, and convenience at the heart of our business, our style is much like the wine: fun, crisp and sharp. Bringing bubbles to free-spirited folk in a single-serve can.
Made in the Emilia-Romagna, Quello is the result of a collaboration with one of the best consortia of Italian producers, who have been wine farming and winemaking for over 60 years. The combination of first-class production methods, a deep understanding of grape blending and the latest laboratory research and analysis, ensure that Quello’s taste and quality are exceptional.
Quello’s canned prosecco is produced in 100% recyclable cans, these have set trends, induced giggles raised eyebrows and enchanted free-spirited folk across the UK and beyond.