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The Queen Has Launched Her Own Prosecco Brand

The Queen Has Launched Her Own Prosecco Brand

Bottoms up!

Queen Elizabeth II has officially launched her very own brand of prosecco just in time for Christmas.

The monarch's own-brand 200ml bottles of vintage prosecco was launched at her Norfolk estate.

Her latest business venture comes following news that she plans to spent the Christmas season at Windsor Castle to avoid the worrying spread of Covid-19.

Queen Elizabeth has launched her own brand of Prosecco.
Queen Elizabeth has launched her own brand of Prosecco.

Sandringham Prosecco has already gone on sale at the shop on her Royal Sandringham estate - though they don't come cheap!

Decorated in a festive label of robins, holly branches, and fir trees, one 200ml bottle of Sandringham Prosecco will set you back by a staggering £15, though royal insiders claim it's already flying off the shelves.

The extra-dry prosecco is made in Italy and has an alcohol content of 11 per cent.

Although it was recently reported that Queen Elizabeth was restricted to only drinking on special occasions for her health, she will enjoy a glass of Sandringham Prosecco this Christmas.

The Queen will enjoy a festive drink at Windsor this Christmas.  (

The Sandringham estate first launched their own alcohol back in 2020, starting with a homemade gin distilled on the estate.

Earlier this year, the Queen also launched her own selection of beers, made from organic Laureate Spring Barley from the Sandringham gardens.

The launch of her prosecco comes just a day after the Queen was forced to cancel the royal family's traditional Christmas at Sandringham.

After a series of health scares in recent months, it was decided that the best course of action was for the royal family to spend the holidays apart this year - though they are expected to visit over the Christmas period with the necessary precautions.

The Queen had hoped to spend the Christmas holidays surrounded by family this year. (

While she had hoped to spend her first Christmas without Prince Philip surrounded by family, it was revealed that Queen Elizabeth had made the "personal" decision to stay at Windsor to avoid catching the highly contagious Omicron variant.

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Topics: Food and Drink, Royal Family, The Queen