Another link here for you Cocktail lovers - these also promise to be easy to master - courtesy of the Telegraph.
We all love a Prosecco cocktail - and this article from the BBC Good Food Guide has some real crackers - enjoy!
As a thank you for all of your support, I thought I'd do something a bit different from my usual giveaways.
I really love interacting with you all, and I wanted to offer a prize that gets you involved.
... The Prize -
In exchange for a free bottle of Prosecco for you to sample, all I ask is that you write a review and I will feature it on my website as a guest blog!
I recently wrote a blog review myself on "I heart Prosecco" and it caught their eye - they have offered to sponsor this giveaway, so you will receive your prize directly from them!
How to Enter -
Below THIS post please send me your best Prosecco related photo. The winner will be selected at 8pm on Sunday 12th April.
The Blurb -
Obviously you will need to be over 18 to enter. Your entry confirms you are of legal drinking age. Open to UK residents only. In no way connected or endorsed by Facebook. The end.
I've been itching to try this Prosecco for ages. On my Facebook page I get lots of Prosecco Watchers posting pictures of their tipple for the evening, and quite a few have posted this one, and said it's really tasty.
Whilst driving back from my parents last weekend, we stopped at the garage in their small town in the Midlands to do a quick petrol fill up - and low and behold, there it was, winking at me on the shelf. £9.99 later, and it was in the boot on the journey back home.
Although keen to try it, I left it overnight so it was beautifully chilled, and I saved it for Sunday roast cooking and eating.
Now I think this Prosecco retails lower in the likes of Bargain Booze at £7.99, but obviously varies.
So onto the good stuff..
I Heart Wines come across as a refreshing and straightforward company (no I was not sent freebies, or am being endorsed to say this) - check out the website for yourself and you will see what I mean (www.iheartwines.co.uk).
Basically, they select the best of a selection of wine varieties, and present them in lovely I heart branding.
The write up for the Prosecco states - "True to style bursting with classic acacia flower aromas and delicate apple and peach flavours, this is a light sparkling wine that is perfect for pre-dinner drinks and any celebration. We think you will ♥ it as much as we do!"
I have to agree. This wine increased in flavour once it had been open for half an hour or so - the fruity apple flavours really came to the fore, and the bubbles were not too much. This Prosecco is on the dry side, which I love, and it did go really well with food. We had nibbles of olives whilst cooking, and it went perfectly with roast chicken.
In all honesty, I would recommend this Prosecco (and I do tell you the ones I don't like), and I'm going to order a case from the Tesco website in the near future.
I love Prosecco! I started sharing the love back in 2012 when I started a Facebook page highlighting weekly deals. The page has grown into this website, and a rather large following of Prosecco Watchers! All press/review requests please email me - email@example.com