A guilty pleasure this Easter weekend was winding down with a good glass of extra dry rose.
I’ve been a bit quiet on the YouTube front recently and that’s because I’ve been secretly been stressed out visiting mechanic after mechanic to diagnose our poorly camper van. It’s a conversion project I’ve been working on since December last year.
It’s really been a jaw dropping expensive ride and a roller coast of emotions. It’s also hasn’t helped that it’s my day to day vehicle.
So please forgive me when I gratefully accepted a selection of elegant looking Proseccos and Rosés by Premier Estates Wines to review while. It gave us a chance to go glamping in Twekesbury with family while we celebrated success over a finally fixed camper van.
And to finish our conversion (we still hadn’t fixed in the kitchen and bed), we had a bit of a work-hard, play-hard ethic, like a quiet gathering on our campsite.
But when it came to Prosecco, I’ve never actually been a fan. I find it’s usually bitter, similarly to a champagne. And these were much easier to drink and somehow, mini bottles are much more appealing and fun.
However, the extra dry rosé was my perfect type bottle. I much preferred it’s delicately light sweetness and find anything sweeter is too overpowering.
It’s very similar to my favourite Pinot Grigio blush. Here’s my niece sharing one with me!
Overall, the prosecco seemed to be the most popular with my family. Maybe they were being polite by not drinking my rosé? I also think it was the mini sized bottles that won them over.
Anyway, here’s to many more fun holidays with a cheeky tipple and some future recipes cooked in my new camper van!
*PR Sample. This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own.