Among the most appreciated and pleasant classic Italian sparkling wines, there is certainly prosecco, which is a very pleasant white wine and especially ideal for aperitifs: prosecco is available on the market with three varieties, namely still, sparkling and sparkling wine, with differences that can vary between the brut to the demi-sec, then passing through the drier ones to arrive at the sweet ones, with the result that this straw yellow wine is ideal for any occasion. In principle, prosecco must be composed of glera-type vines, which can also be combined with other vines - to a much lesser extent - especially by selecting one of the following: verdisio, chardonnay, pinot bianco or grigio.

Use in cooking

Prosecco is a particularly versatile and pleasant wine, which lends itself to being used both to enjoy pleasant aperitifs, as well as to give an extra touch of flavor to desserts and first courses of various types.


To preserve your bottles of prosecco in the best possible way, it is very important to store them in a cool, dark place.


The vines that form the basis of the preparation of prosecco-type wines are essentially the Glera vine.

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