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  • British women choose to celebrate with Prosecco
  • British women choose to celebrate with Prosecco
    Jeremy Wong (2017) ©
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British women choose to celebrate with Prosecco

Despite people's shift towards moderation, Britons still like to booze – especially on special occasions...or even just the end of the working week. And British women are celebrating with prosecco; the sparkling wine has become the drink of choice, thanks to its combination of elegance and affordability.

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