Name of varietal: Prosecco

Common synonyms: Glera
Parentage of the grape: thought to have been first grown in Friuli, then brought to the Veneto region of Italy where it became most popular. 
History of the grape: References to a lightly sparkling wine in the Veneto date back to the 1100s, but it was much sweeter than the popular styles today. The reason for this is that the grape reaches full ripeness relatively late in the harvest season. The grapes would be crushed and set to ferment. However cold temperatures that couldn’t be controlled meant the wine would be bottled often before complete fermentation, which means residual sugar that didn’t get a chance to be converted to alcohol is still in the wine. Come spring, carbon dioxide gets trapped in the bottle, and the wine gets fizzy. The Carpene Malvoti winery under the direction of Antonio Carpene is credited with changing that method in 1868. He employed the French Charmat method to give the wine a secondary Read more »

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  • Drusian Prosecco NV


    Delightful body, dry, smooth finish, no fruit-blast afterbite and tones of minerals and salts on the palate. We enjoyed this in Venice apired with a risotto al funghi and a tagliatelle, and look forward to finding it in Toronto. Read More

    Wine review by martin in toronto

  • Vetoraz Valdobbiadene Dry Prosecco DOC 2008


    Interesting wine, especially if tasted with the right wood.Here is a place where I founded such interesting wine and food: Read More

    Wine review by Giorgio

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  • Flor Prosecco NV


    This is a fairly typical Valdobiadene offering with reasonable mousse (for this type of sparkler) and off-dry character common in the sidewalk cafes of Venice. Color is light jasmine tea - again typical - with small bubbles lingering in the glass. Nose is muted with candy-floss, grape phosphate and concord jelly coming to mind. Flavor on entr... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden

  • Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore Brut Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G 2001


    Pears dominate on the nose. There's a little linolium on the tongue, but the fruit and acidity are at the forefront. Nice finish Read More

    Wine review by Philip

  • Oriel 365 Prosecco NV


    Very nice - well priced. Toasted notes, nice and complex with striking notes of pear throughout. Read More

    Wine review by Philip

  • Bele Casel Prosecco NV


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    Wine review by NDM Seattle

  • Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze Dry Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G NV


    nose is filled with lychees, melon, sweet tea and peaches, then there is more citrus notes on the palate, nice acidity and crisp finish. Read More

    Wine review by Nicki Gig

  • Oriel 365 Prosecco NV


    aromas of some sweet peach and melon, and a little floral. crisp acidity on the palate combined with flavors of lychee, roses, and sweet tea. Read More

    Wine review by Nicki Gig

  • Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore Brut Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G 2012


    Tropical fruit nose, a bit of melon and orange flavor. Autolytic finish. Read More

    Wine review by mark

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