The Prosecco craze is continuing, this time with pasta. Batchelors have released this limited edition Prosecco and Mushroom flavour Pasta 'n' Sauce. Social Media comments so far are very positive, with many saying Pasta and Prosecco - their two favourite things rolled into one! I've not tried it yet, but you can get it in Asda for 75p!
It's that time of year, Dry January has ended, struggling with diets, rubbish weather.... the list goes on! Well with the launch of Petite Prosecco, a new low sugar Prosecco, you can your favourite drink, guilt free!
Petite Prosecco contains just 59 calories per 100ml glass (less calories than an apple) and just 6 grams of residual sugar. Which is great considering the average glass of Prosecco contains 80 calories.
Lately the only slimming choice when drinking seems to be ‘gin and slim line tonic’, so it's a refreshing change to see another option! The company aim to give Prosecco lovers the same great taste but with less of the calories and sugar content found in a usual, standard bottle.
Petite Prosecco is developed straight from the Italian town Treviso, DOC, home of Prosecco and the best grapes in the business. Petite Prosecco is created with every Prosecco admirer in mind, being the lowest calorie Prosecco on the market. Each 75cl bottle contains an alcohol volume of 10.5%, 7.9 UK units and is completely vegan friendly.
The Petite Prosecco website went live on 2/2/2018, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The website has great offers on when you purchase more than one bottle, so check them out here
Petite Prosecco CEO, Luke Mills, states “We are so excited to be launching this new Prosecco, especially in this day and age where people care a lot more about what they are consuming into their body. It allows us to give Prosecco lovers an option to enjoy themselves whilst drinking without the guilt.”
Buy online at: www.petiteprosecco.com
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