Is there any sound more pleasing than the cheerful pop of a Prosecco cork?Whether you’re marking a special occasion or simply raising a well-deserved glass to the weekend, the sparkling Italian wine is one of our favourite tipples to toast the good times.
- More for foodies Try these three quick and easy Prosecco cocktails to add some fizz to your next party. Prosecco French 77 25ml elderflower cordial 25ml lemon juice 25ml gin Ice Prosecco to top up Mint leaves (optional) Put the elderflower
The sparkling Italian wine has enjoyed a resurgence in the UK, with sales up a staggering amount in the last few years. Dr. Mervyn Druian, of the London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry, has warned that the combination of its high sugar content and carbonic acid is leading to sensitive teeth, damaging our enamel and pulling them out of our gums. "Women especially enjoy prosecco but unlike wine, which you often have with a meal, it is very easy to just keep sipping prosecco and have a few glasses without noticing," he said.