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Italy is famous for its stylish people, its delicious cuisine, and of course its Prosecco. This sparkling wine from the Veneto region is light, refreshing and wonderfully fruity. Mixing Prosecco with orange Aperitif has become one of the most fashionable drinks trends of recent years.
Stock Prosecco, made in the area of Treviso, exemplifies the finest Italian traditions of producing this sparkling wine. Its subtle, fruity aroma, loved all over the world, is the result of the careful combination of selected grape varieties.
Stock Prosecco, served at 6–8 degrees Celsius, is suitable for every occasion. For a casual toast, a drink at a bar, a meeting with friends, or an evening at a night club, prosecco is the fashionable drink for party-goers.
It has become almost impossible to throw a good party without the trendiest, light red liqueur Aperitif that has won fans across Europe. A new addition to Stock’s portfolio, Aperitivo Lionello is a liqueur whose flavour has its roots in a unique blend of herbs with perceptible notes of bitter orange.
The popularity of this drink is growing, thanks to its fresh taste and versatile mixability with other beverages. It is an excellent base for unique cocktails, particularly in the famous Spritzer, with Prosecco and a piece of orange.
Stock also has a ready to drink innovation for fans of this delicious combination, and has introduced handy, 200ml bottles of two types of Spritzer: Aperitivo Spritzer and Aperitivo Raspberry.
The perfect combination of the pleasantly light and sparkling Stock Prosecco wine plus Aperitivo Lionello with its bitter orange flavour, is a great tasting refreshment with an Italian style.
Packaged in an elegant, convenient bottle, an ideal accompaniment to an informal meeting with friends.
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