How to turn water into prosecco in time for Christmas

It's a lot easier than it sounds...

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Make your own prosecco in time for Christmas

It's the super-power we all want to have, and now it's a glorious possibility - just in time for Christmas .

If you've ever gazed mournfully at your empty glass of wine or fizz and wished there was more from where it came from, then there is a way, using water.

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Best of all, you don't need to painstakingly crush and ferment grapes, nor do you need to go through the rigmarole of sterilising equipment.

The brains over at Victor's Drinks have created a MySecco kit which comes with all the ingredients you need to make what they describe as a "beautifully fresh and crisp sparkling wine with delicate citrus notes".

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It might still be too early to even think about Christmas, but it's never too early to think about making your own prosecco from the comfort of your own home.

All you need to do, according to the Manchester Evening News, is pour warm water and the included yeast and syrup sachets into the bottle provided then give it a swirl.

14 days later, your sparkling wine will be ready for you to enjoy - and it will taste all the better for knowing you made it yourself.

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You can actually turn water into prosecco this Christmas

The ingenious kit can be bought from Argos or from Firebox and is priced at £19.99.

It's yet another piece of good news for booze lovers.

Earlier this month Aldi announced it was launching an an Advent calendar full of wine.

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