Spring Fling in Prosecco

8th March 2022

Discovering Spring Fling Prosecco

Spring is in the air, the flowers are blossoming, the bees are buzzing, the butterflies are flying and the days are getting warmer, it’s the perfect time for your to pop open a bottle of Award Winning Spring Fling Sparkling Wine.

Depending on which you follow spring either started on the 1st of March according to the meteorological calendar or it starts on Sunday the 20th of March with the astronomical calendar, either way we need to celebrate Spring in some way or another and instead of putting on a parade, why not just enjoy a bottle of Spring Fling Sparkling Wine.

Spring Fling
‘A floral driven wine that expresses flowers from cherry blossom to rose petals. Imagine yourself walking in to your local florist.’

Let’s enjoy a little Spring Fling in the Prosecco Region, the rolling hills, the historic culture and the Italian people that make it unforgettable.

Prosecco is a place that holds a lot of magic, from the winemaking and winemakers, the history of the houses and cellars, the fruity and floral characters of the Prosecco and the enjoyment that each bottle offers.

!POP! we’ve opened 5 bottles of Awards Winning Spring Fling Proseccos, let’s learn a little about the wineries and find out which one sounds best to you!


Montelvini has been around for 135 years, owned by the Serena family, the current owner, Armando Serena has been President of Montelvini since 1968, located in a small region in Montello in Italy, the Serena family has dedicated themselves to producing wine with skill and passion.

Montelvini – Serenitatis Asolo Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut Millesimato 2020 – Italy

Aroma 👃 “Lovely array of flowers, floral and blossom aromas, chalky, yellow and white floral, with green and yellow fruits and soft citrus on the aroma.”

Flavour 👅 “Yellow and white blossom, chalky notes sprinkled on top, with green pears and green apples on the palate.”

This Prosecco Won a Gold Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

Bisol 1542

Bisol has been around since 1542, 5 centuries and they have had 21 generations working on creating great tasting wine, the only time Bisol was interrupted was during the First World War, the Valdobbiadene territory (where Bisol is located) stood right on the battle lines between the Austrian-Hungarian forces and their opponents, the Italians, but in 1920 they were back on track and once again pushing the boundaries and bringing people’s taste buds forward into the future.

You can find out more about Bisol here: Bisol, from 1542 to the future of Prosecco Superiore or find out what it’s like taking A visit to Bisol Prosecco to see if it’s something you’d like to do, spoiler alert, it will be.

Bisol 1542 – Jeio Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG – Italy

Aroma 👃 “Lovely floral aromas consisting of yellow blossom, white floral, ripe green fruits, honeysuckle and touches of terroir on the aroma.” 

Flavour 👅 “Silky citrus, ripe yellow fruits, green pears, blossom and chalky flavours.”

This Prosecco Won a Silver Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021


The Giusti family’s passion for wine dates back to the 1600s, the journey started when they bought a two-hectare property where Giusti Wine was soon to be established. Giusti Wine came from the original Dal Col vineyard which dated back to 1945, the full name of the company is Società Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl, Giusti Wine planted their first vineyard in 2002 and grow rapidly with them now having approximately 75 hectares.

Giusti Wine – Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry – Italy

Aroma 👃 “Spring Fling in a glass, yellow rose petals, white floral and blossom, ripe yellow and green fruits on the aroma.”

Flavour 👅 “Yellow citrus, yellow stone fruits, yellow floral, yellow blossom, green pear and chalky flavours.”

This Prosecco Won a Silver Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

Casa Gheller

The vineyards of Casa Gheller are located in the Trevisan hills in the classic Valdobbiadene DOC area, which is well known for the production of Prosecco.

Casa Gheller – Prosecco DOC Millesimato 2020 Extra Dry – Italy

Aroma 👃 “A delicate balance of yellow floral, honeysuckle and ripe fruity notes.”

Flavour 👅 “Sweet ripe fruits, floral, hints of sweet citrus, including mango and melon flavours.”

This Prosecco Won a Silver Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021

ThinK Prosecco

ThinK Wine Group is in partnership with an esteemed vineyard nestled in the heart of Treviso, Italy, both their Prosecco and sparkling pink wine are Vegan and organic with reduced sugar and low calories, they use hand-picked Italian grapes to make both their ThinK Prosecco and ThinK Pink from their vegan and certified organic vineyard in Treviso.

Think Prosecco was founded by Katherine Jones when she noticed at a variety of different client and influencer parties that the Prosecco she loved drinking was having a negative effect on her waistline and busy lifestyle and from this, she found out she was not alone, this lead her to embark on an adventure to over 50 vineyards before she found the perfect one.

ThinK – ThinK Prosecco – Italy

Aroma 👃 “Yellow floral with ripe yellow fruits and freshly cut grass on the aroma.”

Flavour 👅 “A lovely balance of dry and sweetness, delivering yellow fruits, yellow floral, subtle honeysuckle and citrus flavours.”

This Prosecco Won a Silver Medal in the Spring Fling Category at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2021


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Oliver Walkey

Champagne and Sparkling Wine Writer, Focused on Bringing the Exciting and Fascinating World of Bubbly to You.