Prodolce in the making
The Missing Link
The idea and intention behind Prodolce was to introduce a new type of wine to the market that would sit somewhere between a Cava, Prosecco and a Champagne, while catering to those in search of a subtly sweeter wine. Prodolce produces “un gusto dolce e delizioso” (delightful sweet taste), rather than that dry aftertaste on the palate we are all too familiar with!
To achieve this, what better way than to team up with an Italian wine producer with a noble, 500 year-old history of making high-quality, delicious-tasting wines?
For exceptional results, we used two types of well-known Italian grapes: Garganega and Moscato. This thoughtfully selected combination provides a beautifully balanced sparkling wine.
A splendid, Vegan friendly and accredited, drink to can savour at any time of day or night! Enjoy a glass, or several, of our new creation and discover that there is no equal…
There is only ONE Prodolce!
See what our customers say about Prodolce
Best sparkling wine on the market!!
Omg this sparkling wine has to be the most delicious one on the market! As an avid wine drinker I've tried a lot of different wines/proseccos... but this is easily the nicest one I've tasted. It's got such delicate and refreshing flavours, is not overpowering in taste and doesn't have the common sharp and tart finish like other wines out there. Huge bonus that it's vegan too! It's now my go-to ✨
Prodolce Sparkling Wine
Prodolce is a refreshing, delicately-sweet wine with hints of pear, mandarin orange, honeysuckle, honeydew and a splash of citrus laced fruits.
The subtlety of the sweetness provides an ‘amuse- bouche’ for the palate. The bubbles have an immediate impact without taking over the spirit of the wine: a perfect demi-sec to make any moment a perfect occasion!
Enjoy well chilled.
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Villa Piovene is a Palladian villa built in Lugo di Vicenza, province of Vicenza, northern Italy. The building was commissioned in the 16th century for the aristocratic Venetian Piovene family, their architect believed to have been Andrea Palladio. It is part of the World Heritage Site “City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto” since 1996.