ThirstyThursdays: To Prosecco or Not to Prosecco…

Prosecco is easily Italy’s most popular sparkling wine. Light, deliciously bubbly and reasonably priced it’s no wonder its a huge part of any special event for the Italians. From luncheons with the girls to weddings, birthdays and everything else in between. It’s no surprise this delicious drink has spread across the world, forging a well earned spot at the table of many countries top celebrations.

And who are we to forget one of the most popular cocktails; the delicious Belini, made from Prosecco and a touch of peach pureé – so delicious, it’s almost acceptable at breakfast! So you can imagine our excitement when we were introduced to Sensi’s fabulous 18K range of Processo. Just look at those bottles – gorgeous!


Prosecco 18K Gold

 Sensi Prosecco 18K Gold

Wonderfully fruity and pleasantly dry, Prosecco 18K wins you over with its perfectly balanced body that combines a delicate acidity with a lively creamy foam which satisfies and involves your palate. It was even awarded the title “Best Prosecco in Italy” last December by the famous wine expert Luca Maroni in his annual report on the best Italian wines of 2016, with a score of 90 points!


Pinot Noir Rosé 18K


Sensi Prosecco 18K pinot noir rose


Made from Pinot Noir grapes of Veneto, Pinot Noir Rosé 18K is distinguished by its bright and vibrant pink colour and by the elegant notes of flowers and berries. Through its fresh and delicate taste, Pinot Noir Rosé 18K captivates you with its irresistible pink bubbles. Perfect for having a girls get together.


Win some bubbles!

Fancy winning a bottle of Sensi’s 18K Gold and Pinot Rosé Prosecco?! Of course you do! Simply pop over to our Facebook page here to enter our Valentines Competition! Winner will be announced on Monday with the bottles delivered in time for Valentines weekend.

Where to buy

You can find Sensi’s 18K range of prosecco stocked in the following off licences and Supermarkets:
  • No 21 Group; Listowel, Ballincollig, Blarney, Charleville, Carrick on Suir, The Glen (Waterford), Lismore Park (Waterford), Middleton and Coburg Street (Cork City)
  • Ivan’s Barkery Deli, Ennis Rd, Limerick
  • Cosmo Off Licence, Tuam
  • Shannon Knights off licence, Shannon town Centre
  • Walsh’s Spar, Dungarvan
  • Matson Wine Store, Cork
And in the following restaurants and bars:
  • The Abbey Tavern, Tuam
  • The Oranmore Lodge
  • 56 Central, Galway
  • Lord Bellamy’s Bar, Athlone