Prosecco

Prosecco - Variety, popularity and prices in Poland

via Dawid Lipiec

Prosecco is a type of Italian wines sparkling wine that has gained enormous popularity in Poland. In this article, we take a look at the different types of prosecco, its production process and why it is so beloved by Polish consumers.

Prosecco - Type of wine, production process and popularity

Prosecco is a type of Italian sparkling wine that is mainly made from the Glera grape. It is produced using the Charmata method, which involves a second fermentation in closed tanks, which gives it its characteristic bubbles. There are several types of prosecco, differing in their level of sweetness. The most popular are Extra Dry and Brut, which have a pronounced fruity taste and a slight hint of sweetness. Another type is also Prosecco Rosé, which has a pink colour and a more intense flavour.

Prosecco is extremely popular in Poland for its lightness, refreshing taste and affordability. It is the perfect wine to consume on a variety of occasions, from romantic evenings to family gatherings or picnics. Its pleasant pearly texture makes it a perfect match with a variety of dishes, and it can also be served as an aperitif or as an ingredient in cocktails. Whatever the occasion, prosecco always adds a touch of fun and elegance.

Prosecco - Price comparison between shops

Prosecco is one of the most popular sparkling wines in Poland and can be found in many popular shops. Let us now analyse prosecco prices in markets such as Lidl, Ladybird, Żabka, Carrefour, Kaufland and Stokrotka.

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In Lidl, the price of prosecco averages between £29.99 and £99.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. This market offers different types of prosecco, including those at the higher end of the quality and price spectrum.

In Biedronka, prosecco prices range from PLN 29.99 to PLN 33.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. There are currently no higher-priced prosecco wines available.

In Żabka, you can buy a white prosecco dry Martini for £39.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle or smaller 0.2 litre bottles for less than £20.

In Carrefour, prosecco costs an average of £31.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Prosecco wine Mionetto, Grande Conte and Casa Pecunia are also available at the same price.

In Kaufland, prosecco prices are £26.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Both Canti prosecco pink sparkling wine and Stock Prosecco Trevisco are available.

In Stokrotka, prosecco prices range from PLN 27.99 to PLN 29.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. This market offers several types of prosecco, including Martini and Casa Pecunia.

As you can see, the prices of prosecco in popular Polish shops are similar and usually do not exceed PLN 40 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Of course, there are also more expensive options from reputable vineyards in Italy, which cost between 50 and even 100 zlotys per bottle.

Prosecco - Lidl offer

Lidl is a popular market that offers a wide selection of spirits, including prosecco. Their range includes different types of this Italian sparkling wine, which are sure to appeal to lovers of the drink.

Type of prosecco Price per bottle (750 ml)
Treviso Extra Dry PLN 34.99 KUP
Superiore Conegliano Extra Dry PLN 39.99 BUY
Pink Rose Extra Dry Millesimo £29.99 BUY
Prosecco Treviso Brut Millesimato "Il Vino dei Poeti Gold" PLN 99.99 BUY

As you can see, prosecco prices in Lidl are very affordable, starting at £29.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. We can choose from different types, such as Rose Extra Dry Millesimo pink for 29.99, Treviso Extra Dry for 34.99 or Superiore Conegliano Extra Dry for 39.99. For more discerning customers, there is also prosecco Treviso Brut Millesimato "Il Vino dei Poeti Gold" in a distinctive gold bottle, which costs 99.99 zlotys. Whatever your taste preferences, there is something for everyone in the prosecco range available at Lidl.

Prosecco - Biedronka offer

Biedronka, like Lidl, has a variety of prosecco on offer, which is sure to appeal to lovers of this Italian sparkling wine. This market is renowned for its attractive prices and wide selection of spirits, so it is worth checking out what options are available at Biedronka.

Type of prosecco Price per bottle (750 ml)
Prosecco Asolo (semi-dry) £29.99
Mionetto Prosecco Rose PLN 33.99

In Biedronka you can find Prosecco Asolo, which is semi-dry and costs £29.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. This is an excellent option for those who prefer a wine with a balanced taste. Another type available at Biedronka is Mionetto Prosecco Rose, which is characterised by its pink colour and more intense flavour. The price of this wine is PLN 33.99 per bottle. Whatever your taste preference, Biedronka offers different types of prosecco that are sure to satisfy any connoisseur of this Italian drink.

Prosecco - Żabka, Carrefour and Kaufland offer

Prosecco is not only available in Lidl and Biedronka, but also in other popular grocery shops such as Żabka, Carrefour and Kaufland. Let's now check what prosecco options these shops offer and what their prices are.

In Żabka you can find a white prosecco dry Martini for 39.99 PLN for a 750 millilitre bottle. In addition, some outlets offer smaller bottles of this drink with a capacity of 0.2 litres, for which we will pay less than 20 PLN. Żabka therefore has on offer both larger bottles prosecco, ideal for larger occasions, as well as smaller packs that are more practical for individual consumption.

At Carrefour, prosecco costs an average of £31.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Different types of prosecco are available at the same price, such as Mionetto, Grande Conte and Casa Pecunia. Interestingly, at Carrefour you can also find prosecco Trevisco at a lower price of £29.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Carrefour therefore offers a wide selection of prosecco at different prices, allowing you to tailor your choice to your preferences and budget.

In Kaufland, prosecco prices are £26.99 for a 750 millilitre bottle. Both Canti prosecco pink sparkling wine and Stock Prosecco Trevisco are available at this price. Kaufland therefore offers a simple and affordable option for prosecco lovers who are looking for good taste at an attractive price.

Genuine prosecco from Italy - Price and quality

Original prosecco made in Italy is considered a higher quality sparkling wine. It comes mainly from the Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Veneto regions, where the vineyards meet rigorous production standards. The wines are DOC-certified to prove their authenticity and origin. The original prosecco is made from grapes of the Glera grape variety, which give it its characteristic taste and aroma.

Prices of original prosecco from Italy are slightly higher than those available in popular Polish shops. A bottle of such sparkling wine starts at around 50 zlotys, and you can pay up to 100 zlotys for the liquor from renowned vineyards. However, it is worth remembering that the price goes hand in hand with the quality and authentic origin of this Italian drink. For true prosecco lovers, who appreciate the unique taste and tasting experience, investing in original wines from Italy can be truly rewarding.

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