Winding down with Premier Estates wine | Review

Review - Premier Estates Wine

I never really used to be a wine drinker; always more of a cider or lager girl. That was, until the boys came along and I started to enjoy a glass of wine or two, to wind down in the evening. My go to choice would be a sweet rosé or a white, but I’ve become more accustomed to a glass of red nowadays. I do find it lasts longer, which is a good thing with me, as I’m a bit of a lightweight when it comes to wine. Ahem. Anyway, the lovely people at Premier Estates Wine sent me a few bottles of their bubbles to try earlier in the year.

Our range includes award winning Italian varietals and a selection of premium, multi-award-winning New World wines from Australia, California, Chile and South Africa. For those who like a little fizz in their life, we also have a range of multi-award-winning sparkling wines including our treble-award-winning Prosecco, Cava and Grand Rosé.

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Right from the outset of the company, Premier Estates Wine has aimed to deliver award-winning-wines at everyday prices, and that’s exactly what we will continue to do. 


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My thoughts

Who doesn’t like Prosecco? Me, I love the stuff. My eyes really lit up when I saw I had been sent some of their multi award winning Prosecco DOC; a big bottle, and a couple of the mini bottles. The mini bottles are just perfect for one glass, so no need to share your wine – who am I kidding, why would you anyway? 😉 Though, The Husband & I did share the big bottle for our wedding anniversary. This prosecco is quite fruity with a subtle sweetness. We both found it really enjoyable to drink and savour; that’s saying something for TH as he’s not a big wine drinker, only on a special occasion.

Premier Estates Prosecco DOC

The other bottle I was sent was the Grand Rosé – alternatively known at Premier Estates as ‘pink prosecco’. Due to my long term love of rosé, this one appealed to me greatly. It looked so pretty in the bottle too! With hints of ripe strawberries, raspberries, and cherries, you may be surprised to hear that it wasn’t overly sweet. It had more of a dry aftertaste to it than the Prosecco DOC, and I drank this bottle all to myself. There was no special occasion for this, though it would be great for a celebration with guests.

Premier Estates Grand Rose

RRP – £4.99 per mini bottle, £7.99 per 75cl bottle when bought in a case of 6

Our rating – 5/5

I was sent this product free of charge to review. All thoughts and opinions are honest & my own.

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