Make That Thang Go Pop! The 8 Best Prosecco Bottles That’ll Have You Ditching Champagne

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It’s time to celebrate! Yes, even if you have nothing to celebrate. At this point, anything in 2020 is worth at least a little bit of a celebration, so we’re here to say that there’s absolutely never a wrong time to pop open one of the best Prosecco bottles money can buy. Whether you’re toasting to your 10th wedding anniversary, your kid graduating from college or the fact that you woke up this morning to see another day, we’re finding reasons to pop bottles nowadays for just about anything because if there’s a will, there’s a way. Plus there’s been really nothing else to do in the past couple of months other than get drunk, so why not do it the classy way?

Although Prosecco is known as Champagne’s Italian cousin, we’re not here to argue over the Prosecco vs Champagne debate. The two are both delicious for various reasons and we love them both tremendously. But, we will say this: Prosecco is definitely the more versatile of the two and it does have less of a brut, more flavorful taste. You can disagree if you want, but don’t hate on the facts, baby. What’s true is true.

Picking up a bottle of Prosecco can get a tad tricky, though. There are so many at the liquor store to choose from that it seems the majority of us always end up picking whatever’s in the $10 to $20 range. While that’s a great way to shop bubbly products for some, others might want to expand their range and learn which of the best Prosecco bottles are right for their palate. Because if you’re going to get a bubbly buzz, might as well enjoy the taste, right?

Whether you’re a bellini fiend, an Aperol Spritz connoisseur or prefer sipping bub straight from the bottle, here are the best Prosecco bottles you can buy online right now.


1. Cinzano Prosecco

It doesn’t get any tastier than this Prosecco bottle from Cinzano. This high-quality sparkling wine is ideal for everyday enjoyment (because, drinking every day in 2020 is fine, guys) and celebratory reasons alike. If you’re looking to have one last at-home, outside, socially-distanced brunch with your buds before the temperatures become unbearably cold, this is the bottle to do it with. Pair it with your favorite peach puree or fall it up and create an apple cider-based breakfast cocktail to pair with your bacon and eggs. Cinzano is normally less than $15 a bottle depending on where you get it, so don’t be shy, pick up a few and take your boozy brunch to the next level. Just make sure none of your pals are driving. You can never underestimate the power of a Prosecco-packed brunch.

Cinzano Prosecco Courtesy of Cinzano

Cinzano Prosecco from Drizly

Cinzano Prosecco from ReserveBar


2. Terre Di Marca Millesimato Prosecco

She’s short, she’s thick and she’s delicious. Terre Di Marca’s Millesimato Prosecco is a tasty treat that pairs scrumptiously with appetizers and good times. This Prosecco has a super fine, delicate taste that true wine lovers will love. Don’t be deterred from the shape of the bottle — you’re still getting the full 750mL size you would regularly. We just love a fun shape. This Prosecco makes an excellent Aperol Spritz. So, pop open this bottle, slice up some oranges, crack open a seltzer and grab some Aperol and have the perfect pre-dinner drink to end your day.

Terre Di Marca Millesimato Prosecco Courtesy of Drizly

Terre Di Marca Millesimato Prosecco from Drizly


3. Adami Garbèl Brut Prosecco

Seeking a Prosecco brand that has similar characteristics in taste you can get from your go-to Champagne? Look no further than Adami Garbèl’s Brut Prosecco. This pleasantly tart sparkling wine comes from 100% Glera grapes in the hilly vineyards in the Colli Trevigiani area of Italy and offers a bit of a brut bite with a dry taste. It’s made with 13 grams of residual sugar to add to its flavorful dry white finish and crispy tang. We love drinking this Prosecco on its own without any added flavor because the taste really speaks for itself. But, as for food, we recommend pairing with an Italian antipasto salad with extra cured meats. You can normally find this bottle at your local liquor store for just under $20, so it’s totally well-priced for what it is.

Adami Garbèl Brut Prosecco Courtesy of Drizly

Adami Garbèl Brut Prosecco from Drizly


4. Enza Prosecco Rose

Although summer has officially come to a close, we’re taking our favorite summer sipper into the fall and winter whether it wants to join us or not. This Prosecco rose mix from Enza is a mouthwatering bubbly option that marries your go-to pink drink with the fizziest of Proseccos in holy matrimony. This Prosecco is made with a surprising touch of Merlot to get that gorgeous pastel color and fine wine taste. Flavors of strawberry infiltrate the bubbly body to create a taste that’s both well-balanced and crisply acidic to hit the palate just right no matter who’s having a sip. Enza’s definitely on the sweeter side of things, so for those of you that dig a drier rose, you might want to back up a few steps. Nonetheless, for its lovely taste, we’re shocked that it typically can be found online or at your local liquor store for just a little over $10. That’s a deal we can’t beat.

Enza Prosecco Rosé Courtesy of Drizly

Enza Prosecco Rosé from Drizly


5. Bocelli Prosecco

What if we told you that the Andrea Bocelli’s family has been making wine for three whole generations in Italy? You probably wouldn’t believe us. But, be shocked. Bocelli Prosecco is a derivative straight from the Italian tenor’s family using grapes from the Veneto region to create one of the most delectable Proseccos you can buy. Like, come on, it’s synonymous with Bocelli. If that says anything, you’ll know this bubbly is equally as smooth as the man’s knee-weakening voice. This Prosecco’s not as harsh as a lot of alternatives. Instead, the bubbly has more of a soft peachy flavor with a mineral-esque tang to it. It makes a delicious bellini for obvious reasons, but this Prosecco is perfect to sip on its own. Pair it with your favorite outdoor relaxation spot as the sun sets.

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Bocelli Prosecco from Drizly

Bocelli Prosecco from


6. Lady Diva Prosecco

C’mon girls (and guys and everyone in between), we’re getting drunk! As the quintessential brunch bottle, Lady Diva is serving us a fresh, fun flavor that pairs way too well with peach puree, OJ, apple cider, cranberry juice, pineapple juice — you name it. It has a fruity, floral taste to it that resembles the way an Edible Arrangements might taste if it were paired with a few of your favorite bouquets of flowers, if that makes any sense. Though, we have to be honest. This is the kind of Prosecco you want to drink when you’re planning on getting a little messy. It’s all in the name. Lady Diva? We all know you become her when you have a little too many glasses of the bub. So, embrace it.

Lady Diva Prosecco Courtesy of Drizly

Lady Diva Prosecco from Drizly


7. Menage a Trois Prosecco

You know what they say. One’s company, two’s a crowd and three’s a party. Or, a menage a trois, if you will. Pop this bottle with two of your best buds and celebrate the trios in your life. Bacon, egg and cheese, The Powerpuff Girls, drink, drank, drunk. You know, the usual things that come in threes. Using the traditional Charmat method, Menage a Trois Prosecco is made from 100% Glera grapes to produce a high-quality wine you’ll love both for celebratory purposes or on a classic, Tuesday morning. You do you, we won’t tell you when and how to drink. Delicate aromas and lightly crispy flavors burst from the bottle the second the cork pops out. Once your palate hits the bub, you’ll realize that three really is a party.

Ménage à Trois Prosecco Courtesy of Drizly

Ménage à Trois Prosecco from Drizly


8. Josh Cellars Prosecco

If you haven’t yet had the chance to try wine from Josh Cellars, now’s your chance. This brand is known for its delicious yet affordable wines ranging from reds to whites to roses to Prosecco and we truly cannot stop supporting. Named after the creator’s father in 2007, the brand started with a sole cab sav, though has transformed into way more than that today by even including this featured Prosecco. Each bottle of this bubbly is both sparkling and bright in flavor, made to taste refreshing yet a little sweet. Upon popping open the bottle, you’ll get notes of pear, green apple and citrus infiltrating the air around the neck. Each glass is better than the last and has a vibrant texture all bubbly lovers can get behind.

Josh Cellars Prosecco Courtesy of Drizly

Josh Cellars Prosecco from Drizly


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