Where to buy the cheapest prosecco and sparkling wine for summer

THE sun is shining and it's the perfect time to crack open a bottle of something fizzy.

But with 10 major supermarkets all launching great deals, where can you get the cheapest sparkling wine and rosé?

At The Sun we've done the hard work for you, finding the least expensive bottles online and ranking them according to price.

We looked every from Aldi and Lidl to the Co-op and Waitrose to find who has the best deals at the moment.

Sparkling white wine

First place: Aldi Contevedo Sparkling White – buy it now

  • £4.29
  • ABV 10.5%
  • Germany

Aldi's Contevedo Sparkling White wine was the cheapest we could find online.

It's described as "wonderfully dry" and the tasting notes say it includes aromatic flavours, a gentle acidity and subtle yellow fruit flavours.

Second place: Tesco Bella Cucina Prosecco – buy it now

  • £4.99
  • ABV 10.5%
  • Italy

The second least expensive option was an Italian prosecco from Tesco.

The notes say that this semi sparkling prosecco frizzante is classically refreshing and lively with crisp fruit flavours and floral notes.

Third place: Co-op Willow and Stone Sparkling White – buy it now

  • £5
  • ABV 8.5%
  • UK

In third place for affordability was this Co-op Willow and Stone sparkling white which is made in the UK.

It is described as being bursting with delicious flavours of gooseberry, peach and pear.

How the other supermarkets stacked up

  • Sainsbury's: Mondelli Italian Sparkling – ABV 11% – £4.25 – buy it now
  • Lidl: Arestel Spanish Cava Brut – ABV 11.5% – £5.25 (£5.59 in Scotland and Wales) – buy it now
  • Asda: Priogrigio Italian Sparkling Wine – ABV 11% – £5.49 – buy it now
  • Morrisons: Coppiere Italian Prosecco Frizzante – ABV 10% – buy it now
  • M&S by Ocado: This is Italian Sparkling White Spumante – ABV 11% – buy it now
  • Iceland: Onbrina Italian Prosecco Frizzante – ABV 10.5% – buy it now
  • Waitrose: NV, Glera, Italian, Prosecco – ABV 11% – buy it now

Sparkling rosé wine

First place: Contevedo Sparkling Rosé – buy it now

  • £4.29
  • ABV 10.5%
  • Italy

Aldi's Contevedo Sparkling Rosé wine topped the pink fizz charts in terms of affordability.

It's described as a beautifully clear, sparkling rosé with balanced, subtle flavours. The tasting notes say that delicate fruitiness meets with a pleasant, gentle acidity and aromatic notes.

Second place: Co-op Stormhoek Fairtrade Moscato Rosé – buy it now

  • £5
  • ABV 5.5%
  • South Africa

The second least expensive option was an South African Moscato Rosé from the Co-op, although at just 5.5% it is less alcoholic than most of the other supermarket offerings.

The notes say it is lively and sparkling with strawberry and cherry aromas, delicious served as an aperitif or with fresh strawberries or a fruit tart.

Third place: Sainsbury's Mondelli Sparkling Rosé – buy it now

  • £5.50
  • ABV 7.5%
  • Italy

In third place for affordability was this Sainsbury's pink prosecco, which is produced in Italy.

It is described as soft and fruity with flavours of lusciously ripe strawberries. Serve well-chilled with summer berry desserts.

How the other supermarkets stacked up

  • Asda: Casa Luis Spanish Cava Rosé Extra Dry – ABV 11.5% – £5.75 – buy it now
  • M&S by Ocado: This is Italian Sparkling Rose Spumante – ABV 11% – £6 – buy it now
  • Lidl: Rosé Prosecco D.O.C Extra Dry – ABV not listed – £6.49 – buy it now
  • Tesco: Plaza Pink Italisn Sparkling Brut – ABV 11% – buy it now
  • Morrisons: The Best Italian Prosecco Doc Rose – ABV 11% – buy it now
  • Waitrose: Codorniu Spanish Rosado Brut NV – ABV 11.5% – buy it now
  • Iceland: Iceland didn't have any sparkling pink wine available on its website

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