When did the first Prosecco bubbles appear?

A trip to the grocery store is now incomplete without gathering a few bottles of Prosecco.

The joys of life were very different in earlier times when wine production required more care and attention than simple tap water. People would wait for months before enjoying their favorite drink, which they could only get by waiting patiently or on special occasions from winemakers with extensive vineyards nearby.

It’s common knowledge that most wines are typically bottled. Still, few know that this popular beverage, Prosecco, first became available as early as 1800 and is even referenced in ancient Roman times.

At the time, grapes used in production tended to be of local origin because transportation systems weren’t well developed yet, so naturally, there wasn’t an abundance of supply readily at hand.