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You Can Now Get Paid To Drink Pink Prosecco

You Can Now Get Paid To Drink Pink Prosecco

If your favourite sound on earth is the satisfying 'pop' of a cork leaving a bottle of bubbly, then we have the dream job for you.

You can now get paid to taste test the world's first pink prosecco, with a secondment at an idyllic Italian winery included - and our application is already in the post.

PINK Prosecco is a whopping 140 years in the making. Thanks to a recent change to Italian law which makes production possible, the fizzy pink bevvy will now be one of the first rosé Proseccos ever sold in the UK.

Ideal for any fizz fanatic, the role of Pink Prosecco Tester will see one lucky applicant taste the new pink fizz before it goes on sale to the public next month.

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Are you the fizz fanatic of your friendship group? If so, this could be your dream job! (Credit: Unsplash)
Are you the fizz fanatic of your friendship group? If so, this could be your dream job! (Credit: Unsplash)

Oh, and did we mention that you'll receive a YEAR's supply of PINK prosecco to boot? Honestly, this job description gets better and better!

The chosen candidate will be asked to review the brand-new blush bubbles, and give a short review in exchange for £300.

Early next year, the Taster will jet off for a secondment in the capital of Prosecco country: Treviso, Italy.

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While there, they'll fly over to the Italian vineyard where the PINK Prosecco is currently being made.

Drinking in serene landscapes (and bubbles!) along the way, the chosen candidate will explore the vineyards and winery where the Prosecco is made.

The lucky candidate will get a secondment at an Italian winery and explore the surrounding vineyards (Credit: Unsplash)
The lucky candidate will get a secondment at an Italian winery and explore the surrounding vineyards (Credit: Unsplash)

There's also the chance to pick and press 100% pure Glera & Pinot Noir grapes - and then fourteen weeks later taste the fruits of that labour in pink Prosecco form.

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The blush bubbles are described as having "a fruitier nose than standard Prosecco and hints of summer fruits such as strawberry and blackberry, with fantastic racing bubbles and a light, semi-sweet finish".

Paul Anthony Gidley, CEO of PINK Prosecco says: "Fizz fans have been wanting to try PINK Prosecco for so long and it's almost time for the first reveal.

NGL, we think we're VERY qualified for this role (Credit: Unsplash)
NGL, we think we're VERY qualified for this role (Credit: Unsplash)

"We want to make sure it's pink perfection, and the new PINK Prosecco Tester will not only have the crucial role of tasting the first batch, but will help us to shape the product in the future."

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Reckon you've got what it takes? Those interested can now apply via the PINK Prosecco website here. The deadline for applications is 20th October 2020.

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To enter, you need to be over 18 and are required to submit up to 250 words on why they think they are the best candidate for the role.

To be considered for the PINK Prosecco official taster role applicants must be available to travel with their chosen guest early next year, for three days of indulging in Italy's finest region for sparkling wine production, and want to try the eagerly awaited tipple this year before it officially becomes available to everyone else.

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Retailing at £8.99 in stylishly designed black and pink bottles, PINK Prosecco is available to purchase in cases of six bottles from PINK Prosecco at £53.94.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Wine, Tasty Drink, Prosecco, Food And Drink, Job, Alcohol, Italy

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