If you love a nice chilled glass, or two, of Prosecco , then you will definitely be raising a glass to this special day as Sunday (August 13) is officially National Prosecco Day.

That's right. Forget about the gardening and the household chores, now is the time to pop a bottle of Prosecco in the fridge and get your glasses ready and relax.

We decided there was no better day to let you know about the many ways you can enjoy the popular tipple than now, so here's a few ways you can indulge in Prosecco in our capital.

Endless Prosecco... on a beach

Dine on long feasting tables under a canopy of flowers
Enjoy a selection of endless Prosecco, cider or cocktails

London's only Thameside beach venue has launched an alfresco bottomless brunch.

Nestled in the heart of Fulham , Neverland London hosts two sittings every Sunday at 12pm to 2pm or 3pm to 5pm.

Foodies can dine on long feasting tables underneath a covered pergola and enjoy a selection of endless Prosecco, cider or cocktails.

Book for bottomless Prosecco afternoon tea


If you're looking for a special place for afternoon tea , this has to be one of London's most unique hidden treasures.

Set inside a tropical oasis in the heart of the city, diners can indulge in a delectable selection of handmade cakes and savouries among 2,000 species of exotic plants and trees at the Barbican.

The extraordinary service is available on Sundays, from 12pm to 4.30pm, inside the Conservatory of the performing arts centre in central London.

What's more, for an extra £10 per person you can enjoy unlimited Prosecco with your scones.

Create your own Prosecco and gin cocktails

Making pink gin cocktails

Try something new by combining two of the nation's most popular drinks.

That's right bubble and juniper lovers, you can now buy a sweet pink gin and the makers say it mixes perfectly with Prosecco.

The limited edition pink gin has just gone on sale in the UK and is available at Tesco for just £13.

Challenge your mates to a game of Prosecco Pong

Party-ware company Talking Tables has produced a boxed game which has certainly got tongues wagging
Prosecco Pong

Prosecco Pong will make all your dreams come true for summer 2017.

We suppose you can also play Progrigio Pong, or Champagne Pong if you're feeling flush.

Talking Tables has produced a boxed game, which has certainly got tongues wagging.

The kit includes 12 plastic wide-necked Prosecco glasses (you would have a difficult job landing a ball in a flute) and plastic pink balls, and is available to order online .

Try a £1.99 alternative to Prosecco

Perasecco is £1.99 at Home Bargains

If your bank balance is taking a hit, due to your love of Prosecco, then a cheaper alternative might be the answer to your problems.

And thanks to Home Bargains' £1.99 offering we might just have found the solution.

Called Perasecco it is made from fermented pears, and has a lower alcohol content than prosecco, with an ABV of just 5.5%.

So, not only is it cheaper than Prosecco - thanks to its low alcohol content - you can drink more of it.

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