Yes, Prosecco is a sparkling wine that is made from grapes. The primary grape variety used to produce Prosecco is Glera, which is grown in the Prosecco region of northeastern Italy. Other grape varietals can be used to make sparkling wine, but only wine produced using Glera grapes grown in the Prosecco region can be labeled as Prosecco.
Is Prosecco made from grapes?
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