We started with a light and fruity sparkler, so it seems fitting to end with one that is just a little more winey, yet just as refreshing. Prosecco wines tend to be just off-dry, meaning you can barely make out a bit of sweetness, and the alcohol levels tend to be right around 10% to 12%.
I prefer my Prosecco to be frizzante, or lightly bubbly, as opposed to the more common Spumante. In either case, Prosecco offers up light flavors of pear and peach with pretty perfumes of fruit. It’s a great sipping wine and one that matches well with a cheese board or other light fare!
Check out: Bortolotti Prosecco
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