The grape used to make Prosecco is called Glera. In 2009, the Glera grape became synonymous with Prosecco to protect the origin of the wine and prevent counterfeiting. The wine produced in the Conegliano Valdobbiadene zone is now a DOCG wine, or Wine of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin.
What type of grape is used to make Prosecco?
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