You’re probably pouring your prosecco wrong, you silly sausage

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    You're probably pouring your prosecco wrong, you silly sausage
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    Oh, you. You’re so blimmin’ silly, aren’t you?

    When you’re not holding your wine glass wrong or mucking up mashed potato, you’re probably pouring your prosecco wrong.

    Are you using turmeric all wrong? And is it any good for you anyway?

    Ugh, what are you like?

    Don’t stress though, you sweet little fool. The experts are here to fix your bubbly mess.

    As Ed Betts, Asda’s chief wine buyer, told prima.co.uk, it’s all down to the tilt.

    If you’re holding your glass straight up when you pour your Prosecco, you’re doing it wrong. Instead, you need to tilt the glass to a 45 degree angle.

    Better get your protractors out for your next soiree, then.

    You're probably pouring your prosecco wrong, you silly sausage
    Wrong, wrong, wrong. (Picture: Getty)

    Ed explains that the tilt is essential to make sure your glass doesn’t fill up with bubbles too quickly.

    You’ll also need to slow down your pour to make sure you don’t waste any booze.

    ‘Slow and steady wins the race,’ says Ed. ‘Start with a splash, then wait for the bubbles to settle before filling up the glass.

    ‘Remember though, only fill the glass ¾ full to avoid spillage.’

    Very wise.

    Basically, it’s all about care and patience to make sure you’re not left with a glass full of bubbles and prosecco down your top.

    Good to know, but we’re going to forget all about that after the first few glasses.

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