• 10 of the Best Prosecco Wines Under $20, Tasted and Ranked

    7 days ago - By Vine Pair

    Prosecco's place at the brunch table is undisputed, but notions that Italy's most famous sparkling wine should be confined to “bottomless” deals or diluted Mimosas are wildly misguided.
    Produced using the Glera grape in the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia regions of northeastern Italy, Prosecco wines gain their fizz through the Charmat, or “tank,” method. The process sees a base wine fermented for a second time in stainless steel tanks - rather than in-bottle, as is the case for Champagne and Cava. This leads to refreshing, fruit-driven sparkling wines, which, at their best, serve...
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