The cheapest prosecco and champagne Black Friday deals in supermarkets this week with up to 50% off

Stock up on the cheapest prosecco and champagne in the supermarkets without compromising on quality before the end of November to take advantage of this month's low prices during the Black Friday sales

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Shopping for the cheapest prosecco and champagne deals during Black Friday allows for big savings on bubbles, especially if you're planning on entertaining guests for the holidays, as buying in bulk during the Black Friday sales often means even bigger savings.

The price of quality champagne from reputable brands or growers can start at around £30, but it can easily go up to as much as £200 and more. So knowing where to shop for the cheapest prosecco and champagne deals means you don't have to compromise on quality and can enjoy the best champagne and most popular prosecco brands for less. 

A bottle of champagne is also always a well-received wedding anniversary present, wedding gift, and is also a great gift for couples celebrating an engagement or new home. So give a generous gift without going over your budget by shopping for prosecco and champagne while it's on offer for Black Friday. 

We've scoured the top UK supermarkets to find the cheapest prosecco and champagne deals on offer for Black Friday - but be sure to take advantage of the discounts, as they will only be available while stocks last!

Cheapest prosecco and champagne deals for Black Friday

These are the cheapest prosecco and champagne options in UK supermarkets at the moment, plus the standout deal on bubbles from each retailer that's not to be missed this month. 

Best Aldi champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO:

Costellore Prosecco Frizzante | £7.99

Aldi's signature prosecco is a bestseller for a reason. As well as its outstanding value, this classic prosecco boasts a clean dry flavor, full of peach, pear and citrus notes. If you're looking for a dryer option, check out the Costellore Extra Dry prosecco (opens in new tab). This is a slightly more expensive price for this Prosecco than we've seen before, but check out the best deal from Aldi this month below that represents the best value for money. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE: 

Champagne Blanc De Noirs with Gift Tube 75cl | £19.99

This traditional champagne is a failsafe crowd pleaser when you want to serve something special, but without a hefty price tag. With notes of zesty fruits and undercurrents of fruity notes, this champagne is well-balanced, easy to drink, and tastes like it costs triple the price. Plus, this month it comes in a gift tube, perfect for gifting if you're looking ahead to Christmas. 

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BEST DEAL:

2015 Vintage Champagne | £21.99

Aldi don't have the cheapest Champagne deals this month, but they do have a good deal on this Monsigny bottle which usually retails for an average of £67 (opens in new tab). So this represents the best deal on fizz currently available on their site, but it should be noted there's no further discount if you buy in bulk. 

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Best Asda champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO:

Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry | £6.75

One of the most affordable bottles of bubbly on our list, you can actually get the award-winning Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry even cheaper this month when you buy a case of 6. Asda are running a 'buy 6 save 25%' deal at the moment, which would work out at just over £5 per bottle. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE:

Henri Cachet Champagne Brut | £15

This champagne is a crisp, well-balanced and fruity wine. If you haven't bought any Christmas gifts for your friends (opens in new tab) yet this bottle would make a good present, as it won't break the bank but is still something special for them to enjoy. This is the cheapest champagne at Asda at the moment, even though there aren't any multi-buy savings to be had. 

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BEST DEAL: 

Bollinger Champagne | £50 £40

Bollinger Champagne is iconic for numerous reasons, but this most simple is that it's just a really fantastic, classic, Champagne. One of the original and the best. At £10 off this price represents really good value and with the price rolled back on this bottle, you're looking at one of the best value bottles of fizz on this list.

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Best Lidl champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO: 

Allini Prosecco Spumante 75cl | £6.49

Packed with fresh fruit flavors, Lidl's signature prosecco is a steal at just £6.49. Pear aromas and plenty of bubbles make for a satisfying fizz that will pair beautifully with a variety of dishes. For those looking for something a little sweeter, it's also worth noting Lidl's pink fizz offering, the very affordable Rosé Prosecco D.O.C Extra Dry (opens in new tab), which will set you back £6.99.

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE: 

Comte de Senneval Champagne Brut 75cl | £13.99

Even wine experts Decanter approve of this budget bubbly, praising its 'autolytic notes of biscuit and toast,' and fresh, citrus flavors. This very reasonable champagne is well-rounded and dry on the palate for a lovely glass of bubbles. The perfect accompaniment to nibbles and appetizers, or as a special welcome drink for guests. 

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BEST DEAL: 

Prosecco Spumante Conegliano | £7.49

This award-winning bottle was made from a 2017 Veneto grape harvest and offers a crisp and classic prosecco taste if you want to invest in something a little bit more special. At just £7.49, it's great value for money for a Silver winner in The Drinks Masters' The Prosecco Masters taste-test awards. 

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Best Morrisons champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO: 

Menestrello Prosecco Spumante | £7.50

For those who like their prosecco full of fruit flavors, this citrusy and aromatic prosecco comes with an impressive amount of positive reviews. Already good value at £7.50 (and 6% cheaper than the same bottle was at Morrisons last month), a further discount brings this highly commended prosecco to £5.70 when you buy six. Expect bold fruits, with hints of wisteria flowers and Rennet apples and a delicate almond finish. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE:

Jules Mignon Brutreserve Champagne | £16

A great value champagne on this list, this fizz is new to Morrisons and is produced from the three grape varieties in France. A great bottle of bubbles for any celebration, you can save a further 25% if you buy a case of 6 - perfect if you're hosting a Christmas party (opens in new tab) next month. 

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BEST DEAL:

Morrisons The Best Etienne Leclair Brut Champagne | £23 

This classic champagne hails from Épernay in northern France and boasts a robust flavor. This bottle will go down well on any occasion and makes a great toast fizz if you're looking to stock up for a wedding reception. It's currently on offer where if you buy 6 you save 25%.

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Best Ocado champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO: 

Villa Sandi Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry | £15 £7.50

Get 50% off this popular prosecco as part of Ocado's Black Friday sale on fizz. Not only is this the cheapest prosecco available at Ocado right now, it's also the best price for the best quality, as this Italian prosecco normally retails for £15. This means you can spend less without compromising on quality. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE:

M&S Louis Vertay Champagne Brut 75cl | £18

This elegant champagne uses Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir grapes for a classic champagne taste that is full of red apple and brioche aromas. Ocado customers praised the subtle flavors of this champagne, in particular, its fresh fruits and brioche notes.

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BEST DEAL: 

Charles Lafitte Champagne Grande Cuvee Brut NV | £40 £20 (opens in new tab)

Ocado have some of the best Black Friday champagne and prosecco deals we've seen this week, with up to 50% off a whole range of their top shelf bottles of fizz (opens in new tab). This robust Champagne is loved by customers, scoring 4 out of 5 stars and a reputation for being easy to drink and great to gift. Make a further saving on this bottle and get 25% off when you spend £60 on your first order. Just enter code VOU6855304 at checkout. 

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Best Sainsbury's champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO:

Sainsbury's Prosecco Frizzante | £6

The classic Italian sparkling wine is fresh and fruity with golden apple and peach notes. It's fresh in, so stock up now while it sits at just £6. Sainsbury's are also running an additional offer on their cheapest prosecco where if you buy any 6 or more you can save an 25% -  which would make each bottle a very affordable £4.50.

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE:

Pol Guyot Selection Champagne Brut | £14

This gorgeous champagne has honey flavors alongside fruity aromas of peach and apricot. The expensive-looking bottle also means it will undoubtedly make a stylish 40th birthday gift (opens in new tab) or 50th birthday gift (opens in new tab) for those with discerning tastes. 

You can buy 6 or more at the moment and save 25% too. 

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BEST DEAL:

Valdo Prosecco Marca Oro| £9 £7.50

As well as being offered at a discount, this prosecco is subject to further reductions in the Sainsbury's buy 6 save 25% deal that is currently available, bringing the price of this bottle down to just under £7 per bottle when you buy a case.  A bottle of bubbly is always a failsafe 30th birthday gift (opens in new tab) too.

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Best Tesco champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO: 

Bella Cucina Prosecco Frizzante | £5.49

This semi-sparkling prosecco is perfect for laid-back afternoons, with a light and fruity flavor. Consistently the cheapest prosecco at Tesco, you can get even more off this crowd-pleasing fizz when you buy a case of 6. It tastes like fresh green apples, pears, and grapefruit, with delicate floral notes. Tesco also price matches with Aldi, so you know you're getting the best price possible. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE:

Tesco Finest Premier Cru Non Vintage Champagne | £13

At £13 this is one of the cheapest champagnes on our list this month and beats the likes of Aldi, Lidl and Asda in price. You can get an even better deal on this champagne this month when you buy a case of 6, which will secure you a further 25% off the RRP.

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BEST DEAL: 

Tesco Cava Brut Non Vintage | £5.85

Pick up this bottle of Cava for less than £6 and get even more money off when buying at least six bottles of wine or sparkling wine with a Tesco Clubcard. It's the cheapest way to buy a bottle of bubbles from Tesco this month. 

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Best Waitrose champagne and prosecco deals

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CHEAPEST PROSECCO: 

Waitrose NV Glera Italian Prosecco 75cl | £7.99

With a good balance of fresh and fruity thanks to its aromas of wisteria flowers, russet apples, orange blossom, and sweet almonds, this is great on its own or used to make sparkling cocktails. 

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CHEAPEST CHAMPAGNE: 

Waitrose Brut Champagne | £22.99

This refreshing medium-bodied dry champagne is a fantastic budget choice that still looks and tastes luxurious. Made from 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay, this wine is light and crisp but packs in some zest.

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BEST DEAL:

Cave de Lugny Crémant de Bourgogne Blanc de Blancs | £14.99 £10.99

Save £4 when you pick up this bottle of Crémant from Waitrose this month. Making a great housewarming gift (opens in new tab), or if you're throwing a big knees-up for a special event, this is a reliable, moorish bottle of fizz that is generally well rated by customers and represents a considerable saving compared to other bottles on this list. Crémant is known to be very similar to Champagne, it's just not grown in the Champagne region of France, so can't lay claim to the name.

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What makes a good prosecco?

When it comes to finding the best processo, a higher price point doesn't always mean better quality. This is what to look out for when shopping for prosecco:

  • Be wary of added sugar: "Proseccos that are fresh and less sweet (with a lower dosage) tend to be better—a high sugar content is often disguising a lower quality wine," Harry Ballman, co-founder of bottle shop and wine subscription service, Cépage (opens in new tab), and sommelier at London’s prestigious Wiltons in St James, tells us.
  • Look for the DOC or DOCG stamp: "These relate to the quality of a bottle of Prosecco as approved in Italy," Rob Weatherhead, co-owner of Affordable Wines (opens in new tab), tells us. "DOC loosely translates to the designation of controlled origin. And means it is of a quality currently applied to circa 300 wines from Italy. DOCG is the next level up again and currently, there are around 80 wines that have passed the quality certification to warrant this stamp."
  • The Glera grape: "Prosecco is made from the Glera grape, but not always 100%. Check the grape makeup of your chosen wine, if possible," Weatherhead continues.

What makes a good champagne?

We've all heard of the big champagne brands, but are they really the best? The experts explain what makes good champagne and their pointers for selecting the best-quality fizz.

  • Check the vintage: "Whilst a lot of what goes on a bottle itself is purely visual and for shelf stand out, if a bottle of champagne makes a big deal about its vintage it is usually because it is worth shouting about," Weatherhead explains.
  • Check the sugar dosage: "Brut champagnes that have a higher dosage (6-12 g/l) tend to be rich and have a creamy texture, whereas Extra Brut (3-6 g/l) or Brut Nature (3g/l or less) are fresh and zingy," Ballman explains. 
  • Look for award winners: "There are lots of awards in the wine industry which doesn't help define the good from the bad.  But if you find champagne that has been winning Gold medals at awards, it is a good measure of its quality," Weatherhead tells us.
  • Look at the label and neck foil: The team at Louis Roederer Champagne (opens in new tab) recommend checking that the label and neck foil of your chosen bottle is 'in perfect condition' before purchasing, "as it will indicate that the bottle has been stored correctly" which in turn will mean its a much nicer bottle of fizz. 

How to store prosecco and champagne

If you've taken advantage of the cheapest prosecco and champagne deals in this guide and stocked up now while the prices are good for future use, it's important that you store your newly purchased bargain bottles correctly. Otherwise, when you come round to drinking the fizz, it won't be at its best and the money you saved on finding a good deal will have been wasted. 

Louis Roederer Champagne, partners of the Spirit of Christmas Fair (opens in new tab), explained to woman&home that the key to keeping your champagne in its best condition is both where as well as how you store it: "When storing at home, you want to remember to keep your bottle away from bright light and try to store in a cool place where the temperature won’t fluctuate. 

"Where possible, if storing your wine for a short period or time - one month or less - then standing your bottle upright is preferred but is not a must.

"If your Champagne is stored incorrectly, you won’t get the full flavour of the Champagne."