It is no secret that Prosecco is a cheaper variation of champagne, with mist Brits reaching for a bottle of the Italian fizz when looking to cheers something important.
However, our new-found love for the drink is not going down too well with many high-end Prosecco brands, believing the drink’s name to have cheapest it.
This includes representative from the Col Vetoraz vineyard in Venice; an organisation that has refrained from using the word ‘Prosecco’ due to its new connotations.
Loris Dall’Acqua, a co-founder, the brand’s Co-Founder, said;
”Our image and the perception of our denomination is being damaged by the production of half a billion bottles of Prosecco that have no history and no links to the land.
“The centuries-old history of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene hills got a violent shock in 2009 when a decision inspired by politics and business meant Prosecco was no longer coming from the vines that 800 years ago found their ideal home.”
Prosecco by the keg
At Party Keg Hire, we enjoy nothing more than supplying scrumptious Prosecco to our much-valued customers, being one of the only companies offering Prosecco in kegs.
Perfect for all sorts of events and celebrations, buying Prosecco in bulk has many benefits. From being a cost effective way to purchase large amounts of wine to saving on packaging waste, keg hire is advantageous in many respects.
For more details on our keg hire solutions, contact us now.
And remember, it is not just wine we can offer by the keg. Here at Party Keg Hire, we are the home of keg hire, being a place where people all over the country can purchase lager, ale, cider, stout and wine by the keg.