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As one of the newest and exciting new contenders to the world of quality prosecco, this Valentine’s Day, Della Vite Prosecco is challenging lovers to trade the traditional flowers and champagne ritual for it’s far fresher and more sustainable alternative - Prosecco & Plants. In collaboration with Patch Plants, award-winning Della Vite is ripping up the Valentine’s Day rule book, encouraging couples to change up their gifting and demonstrate longer-lasting love by gifting plants rather than cut flowers. On Monday 7th February, to mark the collaboration, Della Vite will be offering customers who purchase a bottle of Della Vite Superiore a £30 voucher for Patch Plants.

Launched in 2020, Della Vite is a range of high-quality Proseccos, on a mission to put the sparkle back into the category with an exceptional tasting liquid. Produced in the heart of the Valdobbiadene valley, Della Vite combines the very best of Italian wine-making, with the creativity and flair of its founders – Chloe, Poppy and Cara Delevingne. The Della Vite Prosecco Superiore DOCG is made exclusively from hand-picked Glera grapes, resulting in a rich and extra dry liquid, with aromas of citrus blossom, olive, crostini and chamomile.

Not only does Della Vite offer a great-tasting, fresher alternative to champagne, its environmental standpoint means it’s certified 100% vegan and sustainably sourced, with a donation from each bottle purchased going to My Trees. In light of Della Vite’s environmental credentials, the Patch Plants partnership aims to encourage couples to gift more sustainably this Valentine’s Day, opting for plants, which have a longer lifespan than the traditional bouquet of flowers - what better way to demonstrate long-lasting love?

Those looking to trade the traditional this Valentine’s Day should head to on Monday 7th February, where the first 100 people to purchase a bottle of Della Vite Prosecco Superiore DOCG, will be given a complimentary £30 voucher to spend with Patch Plants. Simply enter PROSECCO+PLANTS at the checkout on!

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