Bandini Prosecco, from Veneto in Northern Italy, is now available in Australia in both an Extra Dry NV and Rosé Brut 2020.

The winemaking adheres to the DOC requirements of the region and the wine is now being poured at a number of venues including Bennelong at the Sydney Opera House, King and Godfree in Carlton, Mr Percival’s at Brisbane’s Howard Smith Wharves and Cable Beach Club Resort in Broome.

Bandini Brand Manager Kate Lawton sais: “Bandini Prosecco proudly represents the quality and authenticity of Northern Italy’s winemaking region and we’re delighted to be able to share Bandini with even more prosecco lovers around Australia.

“Bandini Prosecco Extra Dry DOC NV and Bandini Prosecco Rosé Brut DOC 2020 are two perfect accompaniments to any celebration and occasion, or quite simply to make the everyday just a little more fabulous.”

The Bandini Prosecco Extra Dry NV is described as a “delicate and complex with fruity notes of peach and green apple and secondary notes of citrus and wisteria at 11.5 per cent ABV, while Bandini Prosecco Rosé Brut 2020 is “a more limited release, boasting white peach, delicate red berry fruit with lifted pear and lively citrus notes to perfectly balance the blend also at 11.5 per cent ABV”.

Both wines are available now, with the Extra Dry NV carrying a $24 RRP and the Rosé Brut is $26 RRP.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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