Prosecco Blind Taste Test: Could You Tell Cheap Plonk From The Expensive Stuff?

We compared a range of bottles from £6.49 to £25.

When it comes to buying wine and prosecco, most of us pretend to know what we’re talking about – when actually we have no idea at all. Standing in the booze aisle can leave us crippled by choice, with most just grabbing the one on offer to look fancier than we actually are.

With this in mind, we challenged some prosecco-loving members of the HuffPost UK team to a blind taste test.

We lined up three glasses of prosecco with three very different price tags: one cost close to a fiver, while the most expensive was worth £25.

Could they tell the cheap plonk from the more expensive stuff? Watch the video above to find out more.

The following Prosecco was featured in the HuffPost UK taste test:

Ca’di Pietra Prosecco, Aldi, £6.49

Follador Prosecco Superiore Torri di Credazzo, Waitrose, £14.99

Bottega Gold Prosecco, Selfridges, £24.99

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