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What does prosecco taste like?

Prosecco,  a wine made from the Glera grape, often has boisterous aromas of fruit and flowers.

Large tanks age Prosecco sparkling wines. This production method creates less pressure resulting in Prosecco wines that exhibit lighter, frothy bubbles and delightful-smelling aromas ranging from tropical fruits to banana to cream to hazelnut, vanilla, and honeycomb.

Prosecco tasting notes for the sparkling white wine include Green Apple, Honeydew Melon, Pear, Honeysuckle, Fresh Cream, warm toast, baked bread, or biscuit – just like Champagne. 

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