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What is the Prosecco capital of the world?

The Prosecco capital of the world is Valdobbiadene, a small town located in the heart of the Prosecco hills in northeastern Italy’s Veneto region. Valdobbiadene is one of the two main towns in the Prosecco region, along with Conegliano, and it is home to many wineries and vineyards that produce high-quality Prosecco. The town’s beautiful landscape, rich history, and cultural heritage have made it a popular destination for wine enthusiasts and tourists worldwide. Valdobbiadene is also known for its annual Prosecco festival, which celebrates wine and the local culture.

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