It's back! Prosecco Extra Dry 75cl rollback (was £6) Now £5.00 a bottle at Asda
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It's back! Prosecco Extra Dry 75cl rollback (was £6) Now £5.00 a bottle at Asda

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Refreshed 15th May (Posted 1st Mar)
Have to say I do like this Prosecco. At £5 a bottle it's a pretty good price!

"A delicious sparkler with zesty lemon, pear and apple fruit flavours, a hint of sweetness is balanced by a refreshing, crisp acidity. A real treat for any day of the week"

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Sounds yummy, off to ASDA when snow clears. Have some heat.
Great price, £4.50 with my discount card thanks
Wow I'll be there in a Prosecco
Where’s the discount card from
this is very very dry, be warned...

but nice to sip on during supper.

warm.

kind regards.
I'd have taken the Extra Dry on the label as a bit of a clue that it's very very dry...
ukflyboy2 h, 59 m ago

I'd have taken the Extra Dry on the label as a bit of a clue that it's …I'd have taken the Extra Dry on the label as a bit of a clue that it's very very dry...


But according to my wife who went on a Prosecco tasting session Dry refers to the level of sweetness. "Extra Dry" does not mean extra dry. A dry Prosecco is sweet and an extra dry is not as sweet.

Prosecco comes in Brut, Extra Dry and Dry. Brut is the dryest and Dry is the sweetest. So and Extra Dry is somewhere in the middle.
neilcaldwell1 h, 26 m ago

But according to my wife who went on a Prosecco tasting session Dry refers …But according to my wife who went on a Prosecco tasting session Dry refers to the level of sweetness. "Extra Dry" does not mean extra dry. A dry Prosecco is sweet and an extra dry is not as sweet.Prosecco comes in Brut, Extra Dry and Dry. Brut is the dryest and Dry is the sweetest. So and Extra Dry is somewhere in the middle.


That’s true. There’s demi-sec too which is sweeter than dry.
neilcaldwell1 h, 51 m ago

But according to my wife who went on a Prosecco tasting session Dry refers …But according to my wife who went on a Prosecco tasting session Dry refers to the level of sweetness. "Extra Dry" does not mean extra dry. A dry Prosecco is sweet and an extra dry is not as sweet.Prosecco comes in Brut, Extra Dry and Dry. Brut is the dryest and Dry is the sweetest. So and Extra Dry is somewhere in the middle.


This was precisely my point to the Boy!

This is very educational. Thanks for this detailed explanation.

If I could give you some heat, I would.

It's Brut for me then...

Kindest regards.
ukflyboy4 h, 51 m ago

I'd have taken the Extra Dry on the label as a bit of a clue that it's …I'd have taken the Extra Dry on the label as a bit of a clue that it's very very dry...


Mr FlyBoy, you are wrong..

Kind regards.
This is great when mixed with some baileys, a shot of vodka, a shot of Gin, and an expresso shot.
saucymonk2 h, 40 m ago

This is great when mixed with some baileys, a shot of vodka, a shot of …This is great when mixed with some baileys, a shot of vodka, a shot of Gin, and an expresso shot.


We like the liqueur gins from the Edinburgh gin company mixed with this. The pomegranate and rose tastes like Turkish delight!
Bought some Friday was £6 still ok but no heatxxx
Not nice prosecco 😬
This Prosecco is awful. Hubby, please DONT buy me any for Mother’s Day. The one you bought me for Valentine’s Day is wrapped up ready for your mother.
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