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Did You Know?

Prosecco, a sparkling wine from Italy’s Veneto region, is made with Glera grapes. Secondary fermentation in steel tanks creates bubbles.

Delicate, crisp flavor includes citrus, green apple, and white peach notes. It pairs well with salads, seafood, and cheese.

Prosecco serves as a base for famous cocktails like Bellinis and Aperol Spritzes. Affordability and versatility make it popular.

Unlike Champagne, Prosecco’s production process is less labor-intensive, offering accessible pricing.

Refreshing and perfect for celebrations or warm days. Read about Prosecco Ventures and its history here.