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    What better way to kick start your week than with a @friotogo special!? 🙌🏻 come join us today for 15% off any cup size Bubbly Passion for #nationalproseccoday 🥂🥂🥂

    What better way to kick start your week than with a @friotogo special!? 🙌🏻 come join us today for 15% off any cup size Bubbly Passion for #nationalproseccoday 🥂🥂🥂

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Have you entered our brunch competition yet? 🥂 We have teamed up with Brunch hot spot DUO for the ultimate giveaway to celebrate the nations favourite drink. To be in with the chance of winning a space for you & a friend at the Infamous Pancake & Prosecco Bottomless Brunch as well as an outfit each from NGO then enter below 👇🏼⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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#newgirlorder #giveaway #nationalproseccoday #competition #freeshit #brunch #duolondon

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    Have you entered our brunch competition yet? 🥂 We have teamed up with Brunch hot spot DUO for the ultimate giveaway to celebrate the nations favourite drink. To be in with the chance of winning a space for you & a friend at the Infamous Pancake & Prosecco Bottomless Brunch as well as an outfit each from NGO then enter below 👇🏼⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Winner will be chosen at random and announced on our stories on the 20th August at 12pm. You must be 18 years or over to enter this competition⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    295 174 17 August, 2019
    Cocktails of the week:
As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm. 
As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day! 
National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer. 
A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
- Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
- Passionfruit Bellini
- Limoncello Bellini 
These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    Cocktails of the week:
    As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm.
    As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day!
    National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer.
    A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

    Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

    As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

    Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

    Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
    - Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
    - Passionfruit Bellini
    - Limoncello Bellini
    These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    2 0 17 August, 2019
    Cocktails of the week:
As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm. 
As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day! 
National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer. 
A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
- Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
- Passionfruit Bellini
- Limoncello Bellini 
These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    Cocktails of the week:
    As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm.
    As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day!
    National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer.
    A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

    Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

    As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

    Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

    Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
    - Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
    - Passionfruit Bellini
    - Limoncello Bellini
    These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    5 0 17 August, 2019
    Cocktails of the week:
As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm. 
As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day! 
National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer. 
A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
- Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
- Passionfruit Bellini
- Limoncello Bellini 
These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    Cocktails of the week:
    As it’s national Prosecco week this week, we are serving 5 of our cocktails with Prosecco in them at £5 each Friday & Saturday 8-10pm.
    As we use prosecco on a daily basis here at El Toro and go through so many bottles a week, going with our pornstar martinis and our other Prosecco cocktails. We have to celebrate this day!
    National Prosecco Day on August 13 represents a time to raise a toast to the remaining days of the season. As we back in the warmth of the resounding rays of summer.
    A sparkling wine, Prosecco is made from a variety of grapes. One of the oldest is the Glera. However, Prosecco can also be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir. Primarily grown and bottled in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco’s draw is its elegant mousse. In wine-speak, the mousse is the lovely, persistent bubbles. These bubbles give Prosecco the sparkle that makes it so appealing for celebrations.

    Along with that touch of sweetness (usually dry) and light-bodied, refreshing aromas, Prosecco exudes an easygoing sense of fun. Flavors of white spring flowers, citrus fruits, and green apples paired with a wallet-friendly price tag place Prosecco in the right place for any celebration.

    As the most sold sparkler in the U.S. – having surpassed the 4-million case mark, it only fits that this long revered aperitivo of choice for Italians should earn its own ‘National Day’ of recognition. Some say no other beverage defines the Italian philosophy of la dolce vita, or the good life, quite like Prosecco.

    Prosecco’s bubbles come in many forms. Spumante is the bubbliest of the proseccos followed by frizzante. Finally, the calmest is the tranquillo. As summer’s fun lulls into autumn’s social afterglow, National Prosecco Day reminds us of the fruits of our labors with its notes of apple and pear.

    Our cocktails for this weekend are: - Aunt Polly
    - Raspberry Bellini - Strawberry Bellini
    - Passionfruit Bellini
    - Limoncello Bellini
    These are on 8-10pm 5 cocktails @ £5 each! #cocktails #bellini #nationalproseccoday

    3 0 17 August, 2019
    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    7 0 17 August, 2019
    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    10 0 17 August, 2019
    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    We are serving our Prosecco this weekend at £3.50 a glass, to further celebrate National Prosecco day. We like to treat our customers and what better way than with a glass of lovely Prosecco. #nationalproseccoday #prosecco

    8 0 17 August, 2019
    THANK CRUNCHIE IT’S FRIDAY! 🍫
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What a week at Village Portsmouth. We kicked off the week by celebrating National Youth Day. Our very own @star.baristas, Daisy, brought in her National Citizen Service group after a long slog redecorating a flat for a young, homeless man; we wanted to show them how proud we were so dinner was on us! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
We celebrated National Prosecco Day on Tuesday with our amazing hotel guests and gym members with a cheeky glass of fizz! 🥂
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Our Firefighter friends and leisure staff then took to the bike on Thursday to celebrate National Cycle Day, promoting their Everest Climb and serving Starbucks to everyone who cycled a mile. 🥤🚴‍♂️

    THANK CRUNCHIE IT’S FRIDAY! 🍫
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    What a week at Village Portsmouth. We kicked off the week by celebrating National Youth Day. Our very own @star.baristas , Daisy, brought in her National Citizen Service group after a long slog redecorating a flat for a young, homeless man; we wanted to show them how proud we were so dinner was on us! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    We celebrated National Prosecco Day on Tuesday with our amazing hotel guests and gym members with a cheeky glass of fizz! 🥂
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    Our Firefighter friends and leisure staff then took to the bike on Thursday to celebrate National Cycle Day, promoting their Everest Climb and serving Starbucks to everyone who cycled a mile. 🥤🚴‍♂️

    46 3 16 August, 2019
    We are offering our Tradional Afternoon Tea with BOTTOMLESS prosecco… from just £50 for 2 people!

Enjoy our traditional afternoon tea with free flowing Galanti Prosecco or Galanti Spumanti Rose, by the glass.

Did you know...
🇬🇧 Brits drink the most Prosecco in the world. In 2018, Brits consumed over a third of all Prosecco produced – roughly 112 million bottles!

Read more and book: https://www.mercuregloucester.co.uk/offer/bottomless-afternoon-tea/ 
#NationalProseccoDay #ProseccoDay #Prosecco #Gloucester #Cheltenham #Stroud #Cotswolds #Gloucestershire #AfternoonTea #AfternoonTeaWeek

    We are offering our Tradional Afternoon Tea with BOTTOMLESS prosecco… from just £50 for 2 people!

    Enjoy our traditional afternoon tea with free flowing Galanti Prosecco or Galanti Spumanti Rose, by the glass.

    Did you know...
    🇬🇧 Brits drink the most Prosecco in the world. In 2018, Brits consumed over a third of all Prosecco produced – roughly 112 million bottles!

    Read more and book: https://www.mercuregloucester.co.uk/offer/bottomless-afternoon-tea/
    #NationalProseccoDay   #ProseccoDay #Prosecco   #Gloucester   #Cheltenham #Stroud   #Cotswolds   #Gloucestershire #AfternoonTea   #AfternoonTeaWeek

    9 0 16 August, 2019
    It's a double throwback kinda day! A HUGE thank you to @trevorpenick24 and @iamerikestrada from our second favorite boyband 😉, @otownofficial, for coming to hang with us @platformla this week! We had a blast pulling taps for #NationalProseccoDay. Twenty years later, their new album, The O.T.W.N Album, proves that like a fine wine, they just get better with age. Congrats on everything, guys!

    It's a double throwback kinda day! A HUGE thank you to @trevorpenick24 and @iamerikestrada from our second favorite boyband 😉, @otownofficial , for coming to hang with us @platformla this week! We had a blast pulling taps for #NationalProseccoDay . Twenty years later, their new album, The O.T.W.N Album, proves that like a fine wine, they just get better with age. Congrats on everything, guys!

    1,051 3 16 August, 2019
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#nationalproseccoday #prosecco #summertime #summerdays #summerdrinks #summerloving #winelovers

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    7 0 16 August, 2019
    My face when I realize I missed #nationalproseccoday yesterday but I am more than making up for it this weekend 🤩🍾 my best friends are here last minute and we’re hitting Savannah for 24 hours and Hilton Head Island for 48 hours & I can not wait ! Ultimate staycation starts soon 🥂 then back to sessions next week 😍 #kitcarperphotography

    My face when I realize I missed #nationalproseccoday yesterday but I am more than making up for it this weekend 🤩🍾 my best friends are here last minute and we’re hitting Savannah for 24 hours and Hilton Head Island for 48 hours & I can not wait ! Ultimate staycation starts soon 🥂 then back to sessions next week 😍 #kitcarperphotography

    79 6 15 August, 2019

Top #NationalProseccoDay posts

    How to complicate your life less?
For me it is to keep things and face expression simple as often as possible😇
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The other day my friend come over my place with wine. "Do you have a decanter? We need a decanter!" - she was so excited.
"Jeez, what do you have there? Screaming Eagle Cab '92?"
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Nope, that was a Cabernet 2017 from Sonoma. She wanted to decant it because a guy in the liquor store told her so.
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Probably that guy meant to aerate the wine before drinking, because: 
a) there is no need to decant young wines;
b) you use a decanter to separate sediments, which develop in wine while it is aging (at least 5-8 years old, but normally 10+ years) 
c) young wine can be perfectly aerated in a glass.
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Why?
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Young and wild tannic reds would benefit from waiting in the glass at least 10-15 minutes before drinking. Air will slightly soft tannins, so the feeling in the mouth will be smoother. Especially if you have just wine with no food.
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 Usually, young wines with kind of sharp tannins, such as Sangiovese, Aglianico Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux, etc, can be aerated. But actually, there is no mistake to do this to Pinot Noir, Barbera or any other red. Just don't leave it for too long :)
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By the way, aerating in the bottle doesn't help much if we talk about a short period of time. Bottle's neck is too small to provide meaningful aeration. .
Somebody can suggest leaving the wine for longer aeration - an hour, or even three hours (Barolos for example). Probably this is the matter of personal taste. I don't mind to drink any wine upon pouring, because I enjoy feisty tannins.
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What about you?😍🍷
Cheers!

    How to complicate your life less?
    For me it is to keep things and face expression simple as often as possible😇
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    The other day my friend come over my place with wine. "Do you have a decanter? We need a decanter!" - she was so excited.
    "Jeez, what do you have there? Screaming Eagle Cab '92?"
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    Nope, that was a Cabernet 2017 from Sonoma. She wanted to decant it because a guy in the liquor store told her so.
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    Probably that guy meant to aerate the wine before drinking, because:
    a) there is no need to decant young wines;
    b) you use a decanter to separate sediments, which develop in wine while it is aging (at least 5-8 years old, but normally 10+ years)
    c) young wine can be perfectly aerated in a glass.
    .
    Why?
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    Young and wild tannic reds would benefit from waiting in the glass at least 10-15 minutes before drinking. Air will slightly soft tannins, so the feeling in the mouth will be smoother. Especially if you have just wine with no food.
    .
    Usually, young wines with kind of sharp tannins, such as Sangiovese, Aglianico Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux, etc, can be aerated. But actually, there is no mistake to do this to Pinot Noir, Barbera or any other red. Just don't leave it for too long :)
    .
    By the way, aerating in the bottle doesn't help much if we talk about a short period of time. Bottle's neck is too small to provide meaningful aeration. .
    Somebody can suggest leaving the wine for longer aeration - an hour, or even three hours (Barolos for example). Probably this is the matter of personal taste. I don't mind to drink any wine upon pouring, because I enjoy feisty tannins.
    .
    What about you?😍🍷
    Cheers!

    1,819 95 13 August, 2019
    So many boobles, much sparkles 🥂 #NationalProseccoDay ***Don’t worry pawrent police, he didn’t get any

    So many boobles, much sparkles 🥂 #NationalProseccoDay ***Don’t worry pawrent police, he didn’t get any

    6,218 48 13 August, 2019
    These Prosecco Glaze Pink Doughnuts are nothing short of flavourful and fun. Give them a go for #NationalProseccoDay using the recipe below and find the ingredients in store. You ‘do-nut’ want to miss out 🍩.
INGREDIENTS
FOR THE DOUGHNUT:
120g coconut oil, melted, plus extra to grease
200g plain flour
120g caster sugar
1 ½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
65g desiccated coconut
240ml milk with 1 tbsp lemon juice
2 medium eggs
½ tsp vanilla & almond extract
3 tbsp frozen berries
FOR THE PROSECCO GLAZE:
150g icing sugar
70ml prosecco
Pink food colouring
Sprinkles/ sugar balls for decorating 
METHOD:
1. Grease the doughnut pan well with some coconut oil and preheat oven to Gas Mark 4/180C/160C Fan/350F.
2. In a large bowl, sift together the dry ingredients and set aside.
3. In a separate bowl or jug, whisk together the milk and lemon juice mixture and eggs. Stir in the vanilla and melted coconut oil.
4. Add the wet ingredients to the dry and stir very gently until just incorporated. Be careful not to overmix! Add in the frozen berries and stir gently until combined.
5. Pour the mix into a large disposable piping bag and snip off the end (a food bag also works fine). Pipe the mix into the doughnut pan and fill about halfway up.
6. Bake for 10-12 minutes until fully cooked and they spring back when you touch them
7. Allow to cool for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack.
8. Repeat with another batch until all your batter is used up.
9. To make the glaze, whisk together the icing sugar, prosecco and food colouring. It should be thick enough to coat the back of a spoon. If it’s too thin, stir in more icing sugar.
10. Dip one side of each doughnut into the glaze and decorate with sprinkles.
#AldiEverydayAmazing #Baking #Doughnuts #Fun #Donuts #DrinkResponsibly #Prosecco

    These Prosecco Glaze Pink Doughnuts are nothing short of flavourful and fun. Give them a go for #NationalProseccoDay using the recipe below and find the ingredients in store. You ‘do-nut’ want to miss out 🍩.
    INGREDIENTS
    FOR THE DOUGHNUT:
    120g coconut oil, melted, plus extra to grease
    200g plain flour
    120g caster sugar
    1 ½ tsp baking powder
    ½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
    65g desiccated coconut
    240ml milk with 1 tbsp lemon juice
    2 medium eggs
    ½ tsp vanilla & almond extract
    3 tbsp frozen berries
    FOR THE PROSECCO GLAZE:
    150g icing sugar
    70ml prosecco
    Pink food colouring
    Sprinkles/ sugar balls for decorating
    METHOD:
    1. Grease the doughnut pan well with some coconut oil and preheat oven to Gas Mark 4/180C/160C Fan/350F.
    2. In a large bowl, sift together the dry ingredients and set aside.
    3. In a separate bowl or jug, whisk together the milk and lemon juice mixture and eggs. Stir in the vanilla and melted coconut oil.
    4. Add the wet ingredients to the dry and stir very gently until just incorporated. Be careful not to overmix! Add in the frozen berries and stir gently until combined.
    5. Pour the mix into a large disposable piping bag and snip off the end (a food bag also works fine). Pipe the mix into the doughnut pan and fill about halfway up.
    6. Bake for 10-12 minutes until fully cooked and they spring back when you touch them
    7. Allow to cool for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack.
    8. Repeat with another batch until all your batter is used up.
    9. To make the glaze, whisk together the icing sugar, prosecco and food colouring. It should be thick enough to coat the back of a spoon. If it’s too thin, stir in more icing sugar.
    10. Dip one side of each doughnut into the glaze and decorate with sprinkles.
    #AldiEverydayAmazing #Baking #Doughnuts #Fun #Donuts #DrinkResponsibly #Prosecco

    1,307 62 13 August, 2019
    #ad Happy #NationalProseccoDay!! 🥂
I’m partnering with @LaMarcaProsecco to launch their Celebreaks campaign, encouraging people everywhere to take a moment and celebrate the little things.  For me, today is all about making time to grab my favorite slice of pizza in NY #LaMarcaCelebreaks

    #ad Happy #NationalProseccoDay !! 🥂
    I’m partnering with @LaMarcaProsecco to launch their Celebreaks campaign, encouraging people everywhere to take a moment and celebrate the little things. For me, today is all about making time to grab my favorite slice of pizza in NY #LaMarcaCelebreaks

    81,211 519 13 August, 2019
    Happy #NationalProseccoDay! We’re raising a toast with some vegan bubbles today, courtesy of @proudlyveganwines Prosecco 🥂 Not only is this delectable fizz registered with our @vegantrademark, but it’s also an IWSC Bronze 2019 winner!⁠
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Did you know, egg white, gelatine and milk protein can all be used in the wine making process? Labels on wine can often be ambiguous but it’s safe to say you won’t have this dilemma with Proudly Vegan wines which are 100% vegan friendly right down to the ink and glue on the label, which also carries our #VeganTrademark sunflower on the front and back, so all you need to worry about is stocking up on enough sparkle for your celebration ✨⁠
•⁠
Available on @amazon and soon on @ocadouk. They’ve also just launched in the US!⁠
•⁠
#vegan #veganwine #veganprosecco #vegandrinks #whatvegansdrink #vegancelebration⁠

    Happy #NationalProseccoDay ! We’re raising a toast with some vegan bubbles today, courtesy of @proudlyveganwines Prosecco 🥂 Not only is this delectable fizz registered with our @vegantrademark , but it’s also an IWSC Bronze 2019 winner!⁠
    •⁠
    Did you know, egg white, gelatine and milk protein can all be used in the wine making process? Labels on wine can often be ambiguous but it’s safe to say you won’t have this dilemma with Proudly Vegan wines which are 100% vegan friendly right down to the ink and glue on the label, which also carries our #VeganTrademark sunflower on the front and back, so all you need to worry about is stocking up on enough sparkle for your celebration ✨⁠
    •⁠
    Available on @amazon and soon on @ocadouk . They’ve also just launched in the US!⁠
    •⁠
    #vegan #veganwine #veganprosecco #vegandrinks #whatvegansdrink #vegancelebration

    686 15 13 August, 2019
    This prosecco, strawberry and vanilla cupcake recipe is perfect for #NationalProseccoDay – light, fluffy, and fun. Plus, you get to drink the prosecco that’s left from making the frosting – a win-win 😉. INGREDIENTS
FOR THE SPONGE:
200g caster sugar
200g margarine
4 eggs
200g self-raising flower
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
12 fresh strawberries
FOR THE FROSTING:
220g margarine
640g icing sugar
5-6 tbsp prosecco
METHOD:
1. Heat the oven to 190°C / fan 170°C / gas 5. Butter a 12 hole muffin tin.
2. Cream together the butter and sugar with electric whisk 
3. Add the eggs and mix.
4. Add the flour, baking powder, vanilla extract and continue to whisk together until everything is combined.
5. Divide the mixture evenly into the muffin tins and bake for 15-20 minutes.
6. Take out of the oven and transfer to a metal rack. While your cakes are cooling make your prosecco frosting.
FOR THE FROSTING:
1. Cream the margarine on its own for about 5 minutes on a medium speed.
2. Sift the icing sugar into the creamed butter and then mix together on a slow speed. Gradually increase the speed until it forms a thick paste.
3. Add the prosecco and whisk together for one minute. Set aside.
4. Cut a hole out of the centre of each cake and place a fresh strawberry into it. Make sure they are already washed, the green stalks are taken off and the top is sliced off.
5. Spread the frosting equally across the cakes. 
#AldiEverydayAmazing #Cupcakes #Vanilla #Strawberries #Prosecco #ProseccoTime #Bubbly #DrinkResponsibly #ProseccoCupcakes

    This prosecco, strawberry and vanilla cupcake recipe is perfect for #NationalProseccoDay – light, fluffy, and fun. Plus, you get to drink the prosecco that’s left from making the frosting – a win-win 😉. INGREDIENTS
    FOR THE SPONGE:
    200g caster sugar
    200g margarine
    4 eggs
    200g self-raising flower
    1 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    12 fresh strawberries
    FOR THE FROSTING:
    220g margarine
    640g icing sugar
    5-6 tbsp prosecco
    METHOD:
    1. Heat the oven to 190°C / fan 170°C / gas 5. Butter a 12 hole muffin tin.
    2. Cream together the butter and sugar with electric whisk
    3. Add the eggs and mix.
    4. Add the flour, baking powder, vanilla extract and continue to whisk together until everything is combined.
    5. Divide the mixture evenly into the muffin tins and bake for 15-20 minutes.
    6. Take out of the oven and transfer to a metal rack. While your cakes are cooling make your prosecco frosting.
    FOR THE FROSTING:
    1. Cream the margarine on its own for about 5 minutes on a medium speed.
    2. Sift the icing sugar into the creamed butter and then mix together on a slow speed. Gradually increase the speed until it forms a thick paste.
    3. Add the prosecco and whisk together for one minute. Set aside.
    4. Cut a hole out of the centre of each cake and place a fresh strawberry into it. Make sure they are already washed, the green stalks are taken off and the top is sliced off.
    5. Spread the frosting equally across the cakes.
    #AldiEverydayAmazing #Cupcakes #Vanilla #Strawberries #Prosecco #ProseccoTime #Bubbly #DrinkResponsibly #ProseccoCupcakes

    1,688 187 13 August, 2019