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Pink Prosecco

Can Prosecco be pink? Is it still Prosecco? Yes, and yes. Pink Prosecco is still somewhat niche, but that doesn’t make it any less delicious. Made from the blend of Prosecco’s most dominant grape – glera – and an addition of pinot noir for a touch of red-fruit goodness, it’s a brilliant picnic drink.

If you’re wondering why you’ve never heard of it before, it’s because Prosecco is a protected destination of origin, and every addition to its offering must jump through loads of legal loops before it can flaunt the word ‘Prosecco’ on the label. Pink Prosecco is no exception, and it only became certified in 2020. Before then, pinot noir grapes could officially be used to make Prosecco in small quantities, but not the skins, which give it a pink hue. Expect delicate cherry and other red fruit notes, as well floral undertones when shopping online for Pink Prosecco – you might find a new favourite.