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Fabulous sparkling chilled prosecco (though Champagne or Cava are also available). An ideal reception drink for any event. From a wedding to a military ball. Prosecco is the perfect touch of class to please your guests, served from one of our range of mobile prosecco bars. Team it with one of our strawberries and cream carts for a super reception service.
This is an Italian sparkling white wine. Made mainly from Glera grapes, in the Veneto region of Italy, about 15 miles North of Venice.
It is a similar drink to Champagne and Cava. Though differs in that it is made sparkling by being fermented in tanks. Champagne is made using the “traditional method ” . This involves the 2nd fermentation occurring in the bottle.
Offer your guests a fabulous reception drink service. We have prosecco (or champagne) on tap allowing us to serve large numbers of guests quickly and efficiently to cover any size event.
We attend over 500 events each year ranging from small private parties to major corporate event. We can create a custom reception package for you incorporating our prosecco bar along with nibbles and fun desserts. It works especially well when paired with our strawberries and cream carts. You can also add it to our gin and tonic bar to create both a reception drink and provide drinks for your guests through the night, we can even offer prosecco cocktails.
Whatever the event, we can provide a perfectly tailored experience for you.
We offer a range of themed bars for serving your prosecco to add the wow factor and create a real talking point;
For corporate or exhibition use we can design and build a custom bar to fit in with your precise requirements. Hire champagne bars branded to your corporate theme. Please feel free to contact us to produce an offering to your precise requirements.
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Prosecco Fun Facts
It has been drunk since Roman times, though it didn't receive its bubbles until the 19th Century.
The name Prosecco is actually Slovenian, from Prozek, or “ Path through the woods.”
Theres a town called Prosecco.
The main grape variety in traditional Prosecco is called Glera.
There is a Prosecco that has no bubbles, called tranquillo.
The original Bellini recipe used Prosecco not champagne.
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