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Can anyone tell me if they sell Prosecco in the bars at Puerto Pollensa and is it available to buy in the Supermarkets.
Also can anyone try a nice dry Cava please?
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You can buy Prosseco at C'an Josep and Joker by the glass or bottle, in Supermarkets it is stocked at the big Eroski by the aeroplane roundabout at a reasonable price, more expensive at Vora Mar at the start of the Pine Walk. Enjoy you holiday and fizz!
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Most cavas are good - it is a superior product to prosecco. Just look for the Brut or Seco for dry not the Extra Brut as this is, oddly, off dry.
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You can buy Prosseco at C'an Josep and Joker by the glass or bottle, in Supermarkets it is stocked at the big Eroski by the aeroplane roundabout at a reasonable price, more expensive at Vora Mar at the start of the Pine Walk. Enjoy you holiday and fizz!
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Most cavas are good - it is a superior product to prosecco. Just look for the Brut or Seco for dry not the Extra Brut as this is, oddly, off dry.
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Most cavas are good - it is a superior product to prosecco. Just look for the Brut or Seco for dry not the Extra Brut as this is, oddly, off dry.

There is some confusion around the dry/sweet rating, I believe the list below to be correct.

Rating *Sugar content(grams per litre)

Brut Nature *03
Extra Brut *06
Brut *012
Extra Dry *1217
Extra Sec *1217
Extra seco *1217
Dry *1732
Sec +1732
Seco *1732
Demi-sec *3250
Semi-seco *3250
Doux *50+
Sweet *50+
Dulce *50+
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Anything over 50 is fine on cornflakes
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Anything over 50 is fine on cornflakes
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There is some confusion around the dry/sweet rating, I believe the list below to be correct.

Rating *Sugar content(grams per litre)

Brut Nature *03
Extra Brut *06
Brut *012
Extra Dry *1217
Extra Sec *1217
Extra seco *1217
Dry *1732
Sec +1732
Seco *1732
Demi-sec *3250
Semi-seco *3250
Doux *50+
Sweet *50+
Dulce *50+
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