What is the American equivalent of Prosecco?

There is no direct American equivalent to Prosecco, as Prosecco is a wine specific to the Veneto region of northeastern Italy.

However, many sparkling wines produced in the United States share similar characteristics to Prosecco.

Some popular examples include California sparkling wines made from grapes such as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and wines made from hybrid grape varietals such as Vidal Blanc and Seyval Blanc.

These wines are often made using the Charmat method, similar to Prosecco, and offer a range of styles from dry to sweet.