Prosecco Experience Package
Our Prosecco Experience at The George is perfect to mark an anniversary, birthday, special occasion or to simply enjoy a unique break away!
Perfect for Prosecco lovers everywhere, our package includes:
- An overnight stay for 2 in a standard double room
- A Prosecco themed gift in your room
- A glass of Prosecco each in the Lounge Bar
- A 2 course dinner in Darwin’s restaurant (3 course carvery dinner on Sundays)
- Full English breakfast
1 night Prosecco Experience Stay for 2 from £129
Sunday – From £129
Thursdays & Fridays – From £139
Saturday – From £159
The rates quoted are for 2 people on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, (subject to availability, excluding Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s).Upgrade to a superior room for £15 per room per night.
Dinner in Darwin’s is from the 2 course fixed price menu (all drinks will be charged as taken). The Prosecco Experience Stay must be pre-paid and is non-amendable and non-refundable.
Please call 01543 414822 or click here to book your Prosecco break and use the promotional code of PROSECCO
The Wonderful World of Prosecco
You may be surprised to learn that Prosecco has been around since the Roman times and thought to of originated in the Italian village of Prosecco near Trieste. In 2009, the Prosecco grape changed its name to Glera. Prosecco now refers to the protected area where the grapes are grown.
Prosecco is available from two protected regions stretching across Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia in Northern Italy. The two areas are classified as Prosecco DOC and Prosecco Superiore DOCG. Prosecco DOC produces a range of quality levels, where as Prosecco Superiore DOCG is the higher quality, luxury style.
The most popular style in the UK is Extra Dry followed by Brut. Confusingly, Extra Dry is sweeter than Brut and is a classification on the International Sparkling Wine scale.
Prosecco is available in 3 different levels of fizz, with ‘Spumante’ meaning fully sparkling, ‘Frizzante’ being semi-sparkling and there is even a still Prosecco called ‘Tranquillo’.
Today, Prosecco is the most popular sparkling wine in the UK and has seen its popularity rise since 2008, the time of the credit crunch. A more affordable luxury compared to Champagne, Prosecco is loved typically for its light, fruity and easy to drink qualities.