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Alitalia inflight bar & drinks

Alitalia have reduced or in many cases axed free drinks on all services in economy shorthaul.

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Business Class Sparkling Wine - Alitalia inflight drinks

Alitalia Sparkling Wine inflight drinks

Maschio Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry

Shorthaul - Great Sparkling Wine
The Maschio Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry is a classic italian sparkling wine full of bright candied fruit flavours with background floral notes.

Made from the Prosecco grape it is grown in the rolling vineyards of Veneto.




Alitalia - Beer Castello Birra Lager

Brewed in San Giorgio di Nogaro, in Italy, Castello Birra Lager is an easy-drinking light coloured lager beer.

A well renown low fermented premium beer, with a well balanced flavour, it distinguishes itself by being, well, just fairly normal drinking beer.

4.8%. 35cl can.


Gin and Tonic

Gordon's Gin with tonic. It could be worse, far worse.

40.0%. 5cl bottle.


Great after a long dinner, before getting some kip at 38,000 feet.

40.0%. 5cl bottle.

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