By Jessica Ransom published
If you want to buy your fizz-obsessed friend or family member a thoughtful present that isn’t just a bottle, our pick of the best prosecco gifts will provide you with some useful inspiration.
We’ve got everything from prosecco-flavoured popcorn to party games and bath bombs, so you’re sure to find something your loved one will be thrilled with. For those who prefer champagne, be sure to read our pick of the best champagne for 2020. Or for more general inspiration check out our Christmas drinks ideas. The woman&home best Christmas food guide also features some fantastic food and drink items which are perfect for giving or for treating yourself!
Best prosecco gifts 2020
Mini prosecco ping-pong gift
Let the fun and games begin with this mini prosecco twist on the classic party game – beer pong! The gift box contains six plastic coupe-style glasses, two ping-pong balls and two prosecco tippers if you want to add a little flavour to your fizz.
You can choose from peach bellini or raspberry royale. The set does not include any prosecco.
Joe & Seph’s prosecco gourmet popcorn
Why just drink prosecco when you can eat it too? Joe & Seph’s prosecco gourmet popcorn is made with 5% real Italian prosecco to deliver a true party flavour.
It’s light and refreshing with hints of apple and white blossom, and is made using only the best natural ingredients.
Personalised Please Bring Prosecco socks
When you don't have the energy to ask, let these socks do the talking. These cheeky socks can be personalised with your loved one’s name and are made in Britain.
They are exclusive to Not On The High Street and make a fun gift for anyone who loves the classic Italian fizz. Available in men's and women's sizes, the socks come in a choice of pink, blue, red and black with cool white text.
Fizz scented bath bombs
Do you know someone who loves a bubble bath? With these scented bath bombs, they can bathe in bubbles that smell like actual alcoholic fizz!
The hydrating, bubbly glitter will leave them feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. These luxurious bath treats are made in Britain and contain coconut oil, which is lovely and moisturising.
Morrisons The Best prosecco NV
At the prestigious International Wine Challenge 2020 this bottle of own-brand Prosecco was named one of the Great Value Sparkling under £12. It’s a real steal at only £7 and will no doubt be truly appreciated by any Prosecco-lover.
It’s an affordable option if you are thinking of building a personalised Prosecco-themed hamper for a loved one. Just combine it with a few of the other items in our round-up you could put together a lovely thoughtful gift within a reasonable budget.
Bottega Gold Prosecco
Add a pinch of glamour to your gifts this year with this eye-catching gold bottle of Prosecco. The fizz is made in the heart of Italy’s Prosecco region using handpicked Glera grapes.
You can expect fruity, floral notes and a soft, balanced finish. Whoever is lucky enough to receive this as a gift from you will no doubt be as impressed with what’s inside the bottle as well as the bottle itself!
Selfridges Selection Baked Camembert Prosecco Gift Box
The combination of rich, gooey cheese and a crisp glass of bubbles is truly irresistible, making this thoughtful gift set perfect for the foodie in your life.
The chic package includes an attractive china Camembert baker that can be used over and over again, after the festive season. Also included is a Selfridges Selection Camembert 259g, Selfridges Selection Prosecco 750ml and a large square wooden box.
Winter Wonderland Gift Box
A thoughtful gift for the Prosecco-lover in your life that’s conveniently and beautifully gift-wrapped. This set includes a miniature bottle of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry and an attractive vintage Champagne flute, for sipping in style.
There’s also a miniature Queens Martini cocktail, a box of Bookblock Deli’s handmade cocktail flavoured chocolates and a tin of Daelmans Caramel Stroopwafels.
Oliver Bonas Bubbles Bottle Silver Beaded Christmas Tree Decoration
This novelty festive tree decoration will certainly put a smile on the face of whoever you decide to give it to. We love the silver and gold embroidery as well as the beaded detailing, which is done by hand.
The decoration can be hung from the faux suede string and makes a lovely thoughtful stocking filler or added extra without breaking the bank.
Jessica is a Senior Food Writer at Future and is an enthusiastic, self-taught cook who adores eating out and sharing great food and drink with friends and family. She has completed the Level 1 Associate course at the Academy of Cheese and is continually building on her knowledge of beers, wines and spirits.
Jessica writes food and drink related news stories and features, curates product pages, tests and reviews equipment and also develops recipes which she styles on food shoots. Some career highlights for Jessica include chatting to one of her favourite food writers and chefs Sabrina Ghayour for an interview in Country Homes and Interiors and having the opportunity to meet the legendary Michel Roux Jr. and Raymond Blanc.
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