s I’m sure some of you will have noticed over the last two weeks Mionetto’s
wonderful prosecco brut has been out of sight but not out of mind, as many of you have been asking for it. The good news is the Mionetto Prosecco Brut
is back and it appears to have brought some warm Italian Sunshine with it. Now we can all enjoy a relaxing glass of our favourite sparkling wine in the lazy sunny evenings. Also look out for the fantastic Mionetto Sergio Prosecco
. The Sergio
is the top of the line when it comes to Mionetto’s
prosecco and is well worth a try if you love their Prosecco Brut. The Sergio
is made to a 100 year old family formula and is superbly dry with fantastic granny smith flavour and a touch of Asian pear.
As well as the return of Mionetto’s great prosecco, the stunning new vintage of Il Poggione’s Rosso di Montalcino has arrived. This great wine is the little brother Il Poggione’s Brunello di Montalcino( Brunellos are some of Italy’s most famous and sought after wines). It has great aromas of wild red berrys and a palate that is velvety and rich, leading to a long lingering finish!