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Dean & Monroe Prosecco – Celebrate in style

With Christmas parties and get-togethers in full swing, there’s never been a better time to try a new Prosecco. It’s hard to miss that eye-catching Dean & Monroe label celebrating the mix and match animal print fashion craze. But, it’s what’s in that dazzling, turquoise bottle that really counts.

Dean & Monroe Prosecco This Magnificent Life

Prosecco is quite simply Australia’s wine of the moment. In 2007, it made up only 1% of sparkling wine consumption here and now in 2019 it’s a jaw-dropping 19%! Lower alcohol makes this cork popping fizz ideal drinking all year round – you don’t even need a special occasion to enjoy it.

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Victoria’s King Valley is the Australian home of Prosecco. Otto Dal Zotto reminisced of his home town of Valdobbiadene (the birthplace of Prosecco) and planted his first Glera vines in 2000. It’s become such a popular drop that there is now a whole tasting experience along the King Valley Prosecco Road.

Dean & Monroe Prosecco This Magnificent Life

Dean & Monroe King Valley Prosecco

Having a few bottles of Dean and Monroe Prosecco chilling in the fridge makes every occasion a party. The subtle, melon and white notes make this Italian style fizz perfectly quaffable with a cheese platter, charcuterie or bowls of Aussie prawns on ice.

Dean & Monroe Prosecco This Magnificent Life

Christmas morning is sorted with a glass of this little Aussie fizz with cherries and fruits mince tarts. Or maybe as December 26 rolls around, could there be anything better to accompany those leftovers while watching the Boxing Day Test? Keep it cold and keep it topped up to keep that all important bubble.

Exclusive to BWS stores, Dean & Monroe Prosecco is available to enjoy now.

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Liz Bond

Liz Bond comes from a PR background and loves fine wine, great food and rewarding travel - all the magnificent things in life. She prides herself in meeting famous celebrities at baggage carousels.

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