Add some fizz to your festive season with Da Luca Prosecco


For most of us, it’s one of the most important elements of the season – festive fizz! Whether it’s at drinks with friends or the annual office do, Christmas party season and bottles of fizz go hand in hand.

There’s no arguing that Champagne is the drink of the gods, but it’s not the only fizz worth having. Many other regions have begun producing top-quality sparkling wines that are very similar to Champagne and use the traditional method. These sparklers also tend to be much friendlier on the wallet, which is an added bonus this time of the year.

Light and fresh with an appealing price point, Da Luca Prosecco is a real crowd-pleaser. With two options on the market, your advent calendar can be marked by popping corkamorimcork Add some fizz to your festive season with Da Luca Prosecco by Amorim Corks and clinking glasses!

Da Luca

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Da Luca hails from Treviso, a province of Italy’s Veneto region that is considered one of the finest sources of Prosecco. Beautifully packaged, this delightful wine simply oozes with classical charm. Lightly sparkling, it’s full of fresh, tangy fruit flavours and has that lovely soft fruit weight that sets the better Proseccos apart from the rest. 

Expect to pay: R119

Da Luca Rosé 

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To grow the brand and the sparkling wine category, Accolade Wines recently launched a Da Luca sparkling rose to provide a slightly sweeter sparkling option for drinkers. The wine is a blend of Merlot and Raboso from small growers in the Veneto region in Northern Italy.

Expect to pay: R89

Prosecco’s got everything going for it, it’s lighter, delicate flavour means it pairs well with just about any food from cheeses to spicy curry. Its subtlety is a winner in cocktails and it’s easy on the palate with a light effervescence, appealing to a broader market. One of the biggest draw cards is the pop-for-your-buck, which makes a lot more sense than Champagne.