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FRESH FROM THE TAP INTO THE GLASS

Prosecco is a classic in its home country Italy, not just as an aperitif, but also to accompany a meal. Easy to drink with a light sparkle, its popularity has spread steadily, enjoying explosive growth all over Europe. Frizzenti makes sparkling Italian wines available on tap, poured direct from the keg. Fresh, fast and fizzy. To enjoy pure, or as a cocktail.

Our on-tap service of “sparkles by the glass” creates excitement, trial and loyalty at point of sale, rendering a product usually only available by the bottle accessible to a huge by-the-glass audience.

Frizzenti Prosecco is the light sparkling wine produced in Italy’s Veneto region. It is made from the Glera (Prosecco) grape. Vinification takes place in special stainless steel vats using the Charmat method, which preserves the fruit and freshness of the wine. It is recognisable by its light straw colour and delicate fruity aroma and flavour.

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Summer Punch

A summer blend of Vino Frizzante, vodka, fresh lemon juice and mint, served long over ice sweetened with elderflower cordial and summer berry liqueur, garnished with fresh summer berries

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Summer Spritz

A summer blend of Aperol aperitivo, fresh strawberries & rhubarb. Served short over ice topped with Vino Frizzante

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Frizzenti Garden Fizz

A blend of citron vodka, cloudy apple juice & cucumber, sweetened with elderflower cordial. Served long over ice, charged with Vino Frizzante

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FRIZZENTI ON TAP HAS ENORMOUS APPEAL. GROW YOUR BUSINESS AND REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT AT THE SAME TIME. GREAT FOR YOU, GREAT FOR THE PLANET.

Note:In 2009 the name of the Prosecco grape was changed to Glera. “Prosecco” is now a protected designation of origin and can only refer to wines produced in that region. For more information about Prosecco, click hereDownload PDF for information on the 2009 Directives.