The skinny on Skinny Processo

Hi everyone,

Welcome back to the blog. Today I’m talking all about the latest trend in sparkling wine, Skinny Processo. I even have a bottle up for grabs for one lucky reader. All details are below.

I hope you enjoy.

Until next time,

Christine xox

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In a world of Skinny Lattes and Slimline Gin and Tonics, we are a nation obsessed with keeping our calorie count down. And why not? With so many tasty drink options out there it’s good to know you can indulge while still looking after your waistline.

So it’s no surprise that when Skinny Prosecco came on the market it was an instant hit. Despite being dubbed as “the basic bitch drink of the summer” when Thomson & Scott produced this low calorie Prosecco it was the best selling wine on Selfridges website.

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So what’s the big deal? Well while a normal glass of Prosecco has about 80 calories the Thomson and Scott Skinny Prosecco only has 67. It’s the sugar content that’s the most appealing part though with 7g of sugar per bottle, that’s half the amount of regular Prosecco. And the flavour? It tastes just as good. So raise a glass and don’t feel too guilty doing so!

The only retailer of Skinny Prosecco in Ireland is Brown Thomas and I have one bottle to give away. There are two ways to enter below. Over 18s only.

Enter on Instagram: 

https://www.instagram.com/yellowpolkadotbikiniblog/

  • Follow me on Instagram.
  • Like the picture I’ve just posted of Skinny Prosecco.
  • Comment with two friends names.

Enter on Facebook: 

https://www.facebook.com/yellowpolkadotbikiniblog/

  • Follow my page on Facebook.
  • Like and share my post on Skinny Prosecco.
  • Tag two friends.

 

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