Prosecco La Farra

Rated 3.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

From: £10.99

If you like a fruity flute now and again – this is for you.

This prosecco has style! Enjoy ripe fruit flavours of nectarine and peach complemented by refreshing notes of citrus. A very likeable aperitif… unfortunately a bit moreish too!

Bottle size 750ml.

Read our ‘get your beak in’ blog about this prosecco

La Farra winery and familyLa Farra is a vineyard and winery in the heart of the superior Prosecco area; between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, a location particularly prestigious for cultivating grapes. La Farra is owned by the Nardi family, above, outside their winery. The three motifs on the label signify the 3 siblings in charge today, Guido, Innocente and their sister Adamaria.

La Farra achieve the best of both worlds combining the typically floral fragrances of grapes from vines near Valdobbiadene with the fuller, fruitier flavours characteristic of grapes from Conegliano.

  • Blend: 100% Glera grapes.
  • ABV: 11%.
  • Bottle size 750ml.
  • Dosage: 11g/l.
  • DOC quality level.


Bronze medal at International Wine Challenge 2017.

Judges said:

Clean attractive wine with pretty florals and a delicate mousse

3 reviews for Prosecco La Farra

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Sarah Woolnough

    When very cold it had a very dry after taste so was better less chilled. Taste overall very crisp and dry not sweet. Could definitely get fresh apples and a fruity flavour.

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Danielle Morgan

    Lovely Effervescent bubbles with a nice crisp taste, although it was a little dry leaving a bitter after taste. Overall we enjoyed it but thought £8.99 would be a more reasonable price, considering what we have tasted from other brands at similar prices.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Phillip Ritter

    A very bubbly Prosecco, on the dry side, which I found refreshing. A defined fruity flavour with strong notes of pear and apple, which paired well with barbecue fayre (especially burgers.) I agree it may be a little on the expensive side, but an enjoyable drink nonetheless.

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