June 16, 2021
Sea Change – Ethically sourced eco-friendly wines
Sea Change Wine, the eco-conscious wine brand’s Prosecco Rosé hails from the picturesque Veneto region of North-Eastern Italy. Perfect for summer celebrations, it is just ideal paired with light pasta dishes and seafood due to its red fruit vibrancy and refined flavour.
Sea Change Wine Prosecco Rosé is available from Sea Change Wine at £12.99 RRP
The Sea Change Wine Prosecco Rosé is also part of a special ‘Only Rosé’ pack made up of the Provence Rosé, Prosecco Rosé and the Château Canet Rosé. The pack is £37.97 RRP.
With Summer approaching, a renewal of hope is on the horizon with warmer days and new beginnings!
Sea Change, the eco-conscious wine brand, has the perfect fizz for summer celebrations with The Prosecco. This multi-award winning crisp fizz is suitable for vegans, and from the romantic Veneto region of North-Eastern Italy. Deliciously fruity and soft, this Prosecco is the ideal fizz to toast summer with, and the fine bubbles are a perfect match with delicious desserts and for those that aren’t vegan, it is ideal served with seafood starters.
Sea Change Wine Prosecco is available from Sea Change Wine at £12.99 RRP
Whether you’re pairing with meals in the garden, celebrating the dawn of summer or simply looking for a delightful wine to enjoy, Sea Change wines are known for their easy to drink nature, with a bottle for everyone.
Proving we can all make a difference with our small choices, Sea Change Wine makes a donation to marine conservation charities to fight plastic pollution with every bottle sold. This year, with the increased need for single use plastics like masks, gloves and hand sanitiser it’s never been more important to tackle plastic waste.
In addition, the bottles have minimal packaging and the unnecessary plastic covering removed so you’ll feel like you’re making a difference with every glass!
About Sea Change Wine:
*Sea Change Wine launched in 2018, has been supporting marine conservation and the fight against plastic pollution through its partnerships with charities such as Plastic Oceans UK (now Ocean Generation), Sea Changers and the Olive Ridley Project.
The donations support many different types of projects: from driving environmental awareness with governments and industry to setting up sanctuaries and small local beach cleans. For more information on the charities Sea Change work with visit the website