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Did You Know?
What is Prosecco is a popular sparkling wine that originates from the Veneto region of Italy. It’s made using the Glera grape variety and undergoes secondary fermentation in stainless steel tanks to create its signature bubbles.
The wine has a delicate and crisp flavor profile with citrus, green apple, and white peach notes. Prosecco is typically enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with light, summery foods like salads, seafood, and cheese plates.
Prosecco is versatile and can be used as a base for tasty cocktails like Bellinis and Aperol Spritzes. Its affordability and approachability have made it popular among wine enthusiasts and casual drinkers.
Unlike Champagne, which is produced using traditional methods, Prosecco undergoes a less labor-intensive production process, which helps keep its price point accessible.
Prosecco is a refreshing and enjoyable wine perfect for celebrations, social events, or simply enjoying a warm summer day. You can read all about Prosecco Ventures and the history of Prosecco here.