Skinny Prosecco Comes to Galway

In association with Caprice Café

Roisin Nolan from Catwalk Models, Vicky Casey, Caprice Cafe owner and Niye  Adeolokun, Connacht Rugby attending the West of Ireland Launch of Skinny Prosecco at Caprice Cafe.  Photo: Paul Fennell

Roisin Nolan from Catwalk Models, Vicky Casey, Caprice Cafe owner and Niye Adeolokun, Connacht Rugby attending the West of Ireland Launch of Skinny Prosecco at Caprice Cafe. Photo: Paul Fennell

Skinny Prosecco is now available at Caprice Cafe, Galway. Hailing from Soligo in Italy's Treviso province, Skinny Prosecco also has less than half the sugar content of a standard glass of normal Prosecco, with the added benefits of being organic and vegan-friendly.

The new beverage, created by Amanda Thomson of the UK-based company Thomson & Scott, has just 67 calories per 100ml, less than a banana and just 7g of sugar a litre. “We’re all obsessed with the new war on sugar. I was raised on a sugar-free diet by my mother and now 40 years later, it’s finally being recognised. I'm delighted Skinny Prosecco is now available in Galway at Caprice Cafe and I’m looking forwards to working with Vicky and her team. ” Ms Thomson said.

To learn more about Skinny Prosecco and find out how you can get your hands on a bottle, contact Caprice Cafe, Galway. Call 091 564781 or email: [email protected]

Vicky Casey (right ) owner of Caprice Cafe with Pat Lam, Connacht Rugby & his wife Steph attending the West of Ireland Launch of Skinny Prosecco at Caprice Cafe.  Photo: Paul Fennell

Vicky Casey (right ) owner of Caprice Cafe with Pat Lam, Connacht Rugby & his wife Steph attending the West of Ireland Launch of Skinny Prosecco at Caprice Cafe. Photo: Paul Fennell

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